Eye Etiquette Optical Boutique250.474.1941

Carolin Roussel

Carolin Roussel, a licensed optician, started Eye Etiquette Optical Boutique in June 2007 in the West Shore’s Millstream village. Born and raised in Halifax, N.S. Carolin studied at Bishop’s University where she met her husband Frederick. Carolin graduated with Honours (majoring in History, minor in Biology) and moved to Victoria where Frederick was stationed. After being an optician for 12 years, Carolin felt it was time to have downtown frame selection available in the West Shore – along with the highest quality of care and respect!

Carolin and her staff are continuously expanding their knowledge to provide customers with lifelong eyewear and vision needs. They enjoy helping their customers select the proper frame and lens combination suited for their prescription and personal style and are continuously expanding their knowledge to provide customers with lifelong eyewear and vision needs. What has created such an enthusiastic support from customers? Carolin feels that, quite simply, it’s striving not just to meet customers’ expectations but to exceed them.

The boutique setting and diversity of product means taking care of your eyes will always be a fresh and interesting experience. Sports glasses, popular with motorcyclists and athletes are a specialty, as is Eye Etiquette’s family focus with a children’s play area, tot-friendly testing and glasses designed for the younger set. In every way, Carolin Roussel has created an environment where visitors can feel relaxed and at home when the time comes to take a serious look at their eye health or select new eyewear. Carolin believes that all customers deserve the highest quality of care and respect.

“I am very enthusiastic to be able to dedicate my service to you and your future eyewear needs.”

Dr. Gurpreet Leekha

Don DEscoteau/News Gazette staff Oct. 8, 2015 -- Dr. Gurpreet Leekha, left, and staff members Lindsay Percival and Kelsey Impett of Eye Etiquette in Millstream Village show some of the used eyeglasses donated for use in countries without adequate vision care facilities. Thursday was World Sight Day and the store was matching donations from the public toward the Optomertry Giving Sight program.

Dr. Leekha received his Doctor of Optometry degree from the State University of New York in Manhattan in 2001. He continued his optometric training through externships in Bronx, New York and Miami, Florida. During this time Dr. Leekha developed special interests in psychology and eye care as well as developmental and pediatric vision. He has undergraduate degrees in Chemistry and Film Studies from Queens University, making him well rounded in his training and very approachable.

Dr. Leekha has worked in several eye care settings, including an ophthalmology office and a LASIK centre in New York City, and most recently a private practice in Coquitlam, BC. He has volunteered in Mexico in 2001 with Volunteer Optometric Services to Humanity, Chile in 2007 and in Mexico in 2008 with the Gift of Sight Foundation. On these trips Dr. Leekha was a part of providing free eye exams and eyewear to the underprivileged in those countries.

In 2015 Dr. Leehka was voted president of BC Doctors of Optometry! Dr. Leekha is able to conduct eye examinations in English, Spanish and Punjabi.