Baby Gear: What You Might Need

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Welcoming a baby into this world starts with making sure they are healthy after being born. But once the baby is ready to come home, it’s important to be prepared with all of the necessary gear to take care of your baby during these early months. Buying brand new baby wares can be costly, and since they grow so fast it’s not necessarily the best investment of your money. Renting baby equipment is a great way to save, while also reducing your eco-footprint. For international intended parents, using rental equipment while you transition back to your country is a convenient way to get your baby safely home. We’ve prepared a list of resources by region so you can still plan for baby without breaking the bank.

British Columbia

Vancouver and Victoria: Wee Travel

Okanagan Valley, Kelowna, Vernon, Penticton, Big White: Tiny Tourist

Whistler: Baby’s on the Go  &  Babysitting Whistler

Okanagan Valley, West Kelowna, Kelowna, Summerland, Penticton, Vernon, Lake Country, Big White, Silver Star, Apex: Okanagan Baby Rentals


Edmonton, Calgary, Banff: One Tiny Suitcase

Calgary: Little Traveller


Saskatoon: Ready Set Baby


Winnipeg & Surrounding Areas: Moxley’s Rentals

Nova Scotia

Halifax and Surrounding Areas: Tiny Travellers


Pearson Airport & GTA: Baby Getaway

Ottawa: Little Travellers

Toronto: Wee Travel


Montreal: Travel-Buggy