Marketing Zine out now!

What is marketing, and how can you develop a marketing strategy for your small business? Our newest zine goes through 6 steps to create your marketing strategy, wether you an online or brick-and-mortar shop.

Learn about what strategies you could consider using our zine full of helpful tips and tricks, as well as case studies to follow along and understand the objectives.

You can download the digital version for free, however we ask that you also make a donation to one of the organizations we've listed. We also have print copies that you can get straight to your door for a small shipping fee!

Check out all the details on our shop page!

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The Bread & Butter Club is based in Calgary, AB.

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We want to acknowledge that the Bread & Butter Club exists and operates on Moh'kinsstis and the traditional Treaty 7 territory and the Blackfoot Confederacy: Siksika, Kainai, Piikani, as well as the Îyâxe Nakoda and Tsuut'ina Nations. We acknowledge that this territory is the home to Métis Nation of Alberta, Region 3 within the historical northwest Métis homeland.


We also want to be accountable for our passive participation of the colonial practices that have been exercised both historically and contemporarily. We are guests on this land, and accept our title as unwelcome settlers.

We hope that we can get to a point with the Club where we are able to make consistent and meaningful financial reparations back to nations in Treaty 7, we want to prioritize indigenous sovereignty and power, and understand that as settlers we hinder and prevent this. 

We are not just acknowledging our living on this land, but our role as colonialist and destroyers in the story of the indigenous nations of treaty 7 and indigenous communities over Turtle Island as a whole. 

- Shanley & Molly, co-leaders at the Bread & Butter Club