Townsite Public Market is the newly renovated Powell Stores building that first opened in 1941. Much of the original character has been preserved and today it houses a lively variety of shops, artisan vendors and a climbing gym.

With over 17 shops and several artisan tables in the public areas, this indoor market promises to delight visitors with its outstanding assortment of products and services. Back to basics, quality and value are the tenets of the market family of small businesses that include a Métis owned children’s store featuring locally handcrafted items, a local fine art gallery, a bakery specializing in high-hydration sourdough breads and pastries, a coffee shop and roastery, a treat shop featuring raw, vegan, gluten free and sugar free goodies, a fibre studio and gallery, an herbal tea and curiosity shop, a reimagined furniture and décor showroom, an aesthetician specializing in eyebrow threading and non-invasive anti-aging rejuvenation, a shop offering ethically made natural fibre clothing and accessories, a quality yarn and knitting supplies store, a boardgame café and a grocery committed to fresh, locally sourced produce and plant-based foods.