Inclusive Airdrie Businesses

The COVID-19 crisis is taking an unfortunate toll on a large number of businesses in our City.  This year, Airdrie Pride is not looking for sponsor donations but instead, we pledge to support and promote Airdrie businesses that focus on inclusivity.  Airdrie Pride will be sharing stories of inclusive Airdrie businesses throughout the year and ask that you celebrate by giving them your patronage.

We are looking for LGBTQ2S+ friendly businesses in Airdrie!

As part of this year’s goal of Friendraising instead of Fundraising, we want to shine a rainbow light on all our partners throughout the year. Please reach out to us if you’d like to be highlighted as a safe space for our community to enjoy so we can make sure our local businesses continue to thrive. Send us a quick email if you are interested at rhianne@AirdriePride.ca


Here’s a list of Airdrie’s LGBTQ2S+ inclusive businesses

Homegrown House and Pantry is a local store that provides Airdrie with easy access to Alberta’s best artisan foods and handmade household goods. They can be found at 354 1st Avenue NW, Airdrie. Check them out online at https://homegrowninab.ca/ and learn more from the owner Lindsey Cybulskie why it was important for her to be inclusive in our interview here.

Airdrie Family Eye Doctors offer high-quality vision care for the whole family. They can be found at 705 Main St S Suite 150, Airdrie. Check them out online at https://airdriefamilyeyedoctors.com/ and learn more from the owner Dr. Heather Cowie why it was important for her to be inclusive in our interview on our YouTube Channel here.


If you love soft and I mean the softest leggings – these are the ones you must have. Find Tonya’s store online at https://sweetlegsairdriewithtonyasl273.square.site At SweetLegs they truly believe that beauty is not a one-size-fits-all equation; every body is beautiful! Learn more about Tonya and why inclusion matters to her here.