About Cheryl's Trading Post

A Family Business



-At Cheryl's Trading Post, we are passionate about sharing the beauty and significance of Native American art and culture.

-Founded with a commitment to supporting local artisans and preserving indigenous traditions, our mission is to provide a platform for these talented individuals.

-Every piece in our collection is carefully curated, representing the rich tapestry of Native artistry and heritage.

-Join us in celebrating the diversity and creativity of indigenous communities through our extensive range of authentic artworks.


Cheryl’s Trading Post is an independent Native family owned business selling authentic handmade Native art.  We focus primarily on local Northwest Coast Native Art.  We also have products from across Canada and the United States, as well as Mexico, and Central and South America.  

We had a store in Semiahmoo territory (White Rock) for many years.  We closed the store and now do our business online.  We also put on art exhibitions / sales, do vending at cultural events and conferences, and supply gift shops at wholesale.  And we’re expanding into other marketing styes.  We emphasize authenticity and quality.


Cheryl (Morgan) Gregory is a Gitxsan woman born on the Skeena River.  She grew up living a traditional lifestyle of hunting, fishing and gathering on her traditional territory.  She is member of the Killer Whale Clan, and of the House of Woosimlaxha.  Her family on both sides is of the line of Hereditary Chiefs.  Her mom holds the name Woosimlaxha.  The name has been passed down through her family matrilineally since time immemorial.

Cheryl earned an Associate of Arts in Indigenous Government Studies, a Native Family and Community Counseling certificate, a Business Administration diploma, and a Master of Neurolinguistic Programming.  She has worked in various administrative positions in the Native and Women's Communities.

Cheryl is a dedicated mother, wife, and stepmother.  She is also active supporting her larger family and community.

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