Located at the entrance
of False Bay

Fair trade organic coffee, meals to go, groceries and more!​

Our Store Hours:​​

Monday 9 am – 5 pm

Tuesday 10 am – 5 pm

Wednesday 10 am – 5 pm

Thursday 9 am – 5 pm

Friday 9 am – 5 pm

Saturday 9 am – 5 pm

Sunday 12 noon – 4 pm

Phone: (250) 333- 8558​


False Bay Provisions Celebrates 7 Years of Serving the Island! Hi everyone, this May marks our seventh year since we opened our doors to you and your families. A huge thank you is in order to the community for giving us the opportunity to make the General Store, Bakery and Café a place where everyone is welcome to gather to eat, shop, share art, events and act as a second community hall you can enjoy year-round.

Tribute To Ukraine Take Out Dinner: On Tuesday, May 17th, we are going to host a special Ukrainian themed dinner for the island. All the details and menu are going to be announced in the week prior. Keep your eyes peeled and prepare to be treated to a comfort dinner honouring Eastern European cuisine.


Lasqueti Lifeline Food Security Project Update: Over the winter and beginning of Spring we have put a tremendous amount of time, funds and care into offering food security through the Lifeline project, including food given through the Provide Food Box in False Bay, our dinners as well as helping individuals who were and are experiencing challenges with having enough food. If you have extra nonperishable food or funds you would like to contribute to keep these volunteer projects going, please contact us to find out how you can help. You are also encouraged to contact us if you know someone who could use assistance with obtaining enough food. We have a plan in the works to launch a new fundraising campaign at the beginning of July, until then we are fully relying on donations from those of you who are in a position to allow us to carry on giving what we can to continue with these services. Thank you so much to all the residents who live on island as well as those who live abroad for believing in our mission to offer food security support on island. We are all very grateful for the chance to do what we can to help in any way possible when needed.


Food For Thought: Throughout the winter and spring, we have been contributing a column called Food For Thought each month to the Local detailing new recipes that focus on local ingredients. Thank you to those of you who have been following it, this part of the newsletter is going to be taking a break until October. Watch for it to return in the Fall with more new ideas on how to cook and bake with what we harvest from the island!


Wishing you all a magnificent May, looking forward to serving you soon, False Bay Provisions


False Bay Provisions