Province of Alberta Shopping

  • A Bit of Banff
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  • A Bit of Banff
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Province of Alberta Shopping

  • West Edmonton Mall

    Edmonton Shopping

    West Edmonton Mall was the largest shopping mall in North America from 1981 until 2004. The mall is 3 avenues wide and 8 streets long and 2 stories. Inside the mall there are many attractions - World Waterpark, Galaxyland Amusement Park, Marine Life, the Ice

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  • The Christmas Shop

    Banff National Park Shopping

    Every thing you could possibly want for Christmas Decorations - this shop was packed full of Christmas ornaments - trees - lights you name it - they had it. An ornament with a Rocky Mountain theme for your tree at home as a lasting reminder of your trip From 2 dollars up

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  • Chinook Center

    Calgary Shopping

    Chinook Center is the largest mall in Calgary and has over 250 stores, with 3 major department stores. There are some stores in the Chinook Center that are exclusively located here. If you're tired of shopping, head to the food court and sit down and watch the merry-go-round, or check out the plane and train that are flying around the ceiling. If...

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  • Banff Avenue

    Banff Shopping

    This is the main street in town that's lined with various restaurants and shops. You'll see your normal stand-by's, such as Starbucks, Gap, McDonald's, but there are also many quaint local shops. There's also a lot of tourist gift shops-keychains, shirts, refrigerator magnets and the like.

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  • Eidelwiess Gift Shop

    Jasper Shopping

    One of the many souvenir and gift shops was the EDELWEISS GIFT SHOP. It carried your typical Jasper souvenirs, T-shirts, knick-knacks, Jasper information books, etc. It was a lovely little shop and I had fun browsing through it.

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  • Old Strathcona Farmers Market

    Edmonton Shopping

    The Old Strathcona Farmers Market is open Saturdays from 9:00 am to 3:00 pm, all year long. There is free parking is available during the market hours. There are over 130 vendors in this market, the general list is : Arts & Crafts Baking & Sweets BC Fruit Bodycare Clothes Home Decor Jewelry Meat, Fish, Dairy Prep Foods Seasonal and Wine, Coffee...

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  • Lake Louise Village

    Banff National Park Shopping

    Loved the shops at Lake Louise Village - especially enjoyed people watching here...........So many tourists coming & going Gifts - Food - Flowers - Liquor Store & lots more Use a Credit Card & worry about the price latter............

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  • Eau Claire Market Mall

    Calgary Shopping

    The Eau Claire Market was originally billed as being the location for a Farmers market. Unfortunately, the idea didn’t last long, but what survived is a building with a diverse range of restaurants, craft stores and movie theatres (regular and IMAX). The market is one of the few buildings downtown that is not connected to the +15 network, but with...

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  • A Bit of Banff

    Banff Shopping

    Never have difficulty to find a souvenir shop in Banff town, this town is pretty small and there is only one street where everything to find. We were looking for some gifts and it didn't take long before we found a shop. This shop sells clothing, jewelry and etc., the shop is quite deep inside looks small from the outside Searching for a gift...

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  • Candy Bear Lair

    Jasper Shopping

    I never leave Jasper without stopping at this store! They have 23 varieties of fudge that they make right in the store. My favorites are Maple-Walnut, Turtle and Butter Pecan. They have chocolates made there also - bear claws, buffalo chunks and beaver damns. I like the bear claws the best. And of course dozens of teddy bears, teddy puzzles,...

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  • Candies & Sweets

    Edmonton Shopping

    Owners Grant and Carol Logan have been making sweets for 30 years, including special treats from the past, such as Grant's original marshmallow and crunchy peanut brittle. They want only the best for their customers. All chocolates and fudges are produced in their factory, using original recipes. If the smell of chocolate doesn't lure you in, all...

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  • Deerfoot Mall

    Calgary Shopping

    Every time I travel to Calgary I always stop at the Deerfoot Outlet Mall. You can get some pretty good deals in this mall. They have over 80 retailers - Walmart, Winners, MEXX, Bluenotes, Urban Planet, EB Games - to name a few. There is a food court - they actually have a place that serves fried clams, it's my favorite place in the food court....

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  • Cows

    Banff Shopping

    Cows is an ice cream/souvenier shop on Banff Avenue. As soon as you walk in the door there is a giant smiling cow looking back at you. The ice creeam is on one side of the store and the souveniers mostly on the other, but pretty much mixed in all around. They have delicious ice cream at a reasonable price in quite a few flavors. A one scoop cone is...

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  • Tattoo & Piercings

    Edmonton Shopping

    Some people like to get a tattoo when they are traveling, or perhaps just live here and want one. Super Dougies Ink is a great little tattoo shop. Doug Lang is the owner of the shop and has very reasonable prices. He charges by the drawing, so you need to have your drawing in hand so you can get your quote. Usually getting a quote and then the...

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  • 17th Ave SW

    Calgary Shopping

    This has been nicknamed "The Red Mile" from the Calgary Flames' NHL playoff series - google it to see the very cool pictures! However, year-round this is a trendy spot to shop and eat some lunch or go out for a coffee meet with friends. The avenue is alive at all hours of the day, espically on fridays and saturdays when the pubs and clubs are open...

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  • Banff Candy Shop Ltd

    Banff Shopping

    Banff avenue is a long street where you found all kinds of shops, when we roam around I've notice there were a few fudge and some other sweets stuff in the same street, as we walk a little bit further this candy shop was taken my attention it was not only nice for picture taking, also very tempting by just looked at it, to see from the windows...

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  • Footwear

    Edmonton Shopping

    If you love shoes (and what girl doesn't?) you have to check this store out! This is one of the best shoe stores in Canada - it's been written up in fashion mags as such! They have branches in Calgary and Vancouver, B.C. as well. Truly the best selection of designer shoes and this is the best of the three since it also has clothing. Check out the...

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  • Riley & McCormick

    Calgary Shopping

    All things western can be had here - you sure can get yourself suited & booted in Calgary.. All western clothing including Jeans - Boots - Shirts - Hats - even saw cowboy T shirts complete with Bible Text INTERESTING STUFF Any thing from 3 canadian dollars to lots of canadian dollars

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  • Jacques Cartier Clothiers Inc

    Banff Shopping

    A Qiviuk or Alpaca Sweather. Qiviuk...a Canadian fibre...finer than cashmere. Qiviuk is the Inuvialuit word for down: the fine, inner, insulating down of the Canadian Arctic Muskox. Qiviuk is the softest, warmest and most luxurious natural fibre in the world. The Jacques Cartier Clothier store is a great place. You will enjoy all your time on...

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  • Women's Clothing

    Edmonton Shopping

    red ribbon gifts is a cute boutique in the trendy shopping district of High Street, just off of 124 Street. The space is bright and well laid out with lots of space to walk around. Everything is organized nicely so you don't feel cramped and have no trouble finding things. red ribbon is locally owned and has been growing! They carry lines by unique...

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  • IKEA

    Calgary Shopping

    IKEA is a Swedish company with stores all over the world. We have seen them across Canada and Europe as well. IKEA builds home furnishings all around the world, and after your puchase, you normally have to put the final product together with an allen wrench. I am always amazed at their instructions which are 99% drawings or photos - so that you...

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  • The Bear and the Butterfly - Closed

    Banff Shopping

    This is a wonderful little shop.... On the opposite side of banff Avenue to most of the other shops. Is a store which is part of the friends of Banff national park charitable organization. These are committed to increasing the awareness and appreciation of Banff National Park, which I think is a worth place to go spend my money over many of the...

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  • Unique Clothing

    Edmonton Shopping

    I call it the "goth" store. HAHAHHA. It's a trip to see what they have in that place. For those who are curious, feel free to pop on it. Great for those "everyday Halloween" type occasions. HEHEHEHE Anything from skull candles, leather accessories, sculptures, anything black or for the "darker" crowd.

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  • Real Canadian Superstore

    Calgary Shopping

    This store is a grocery store which i find to be one of the cheapest in the city. It also contains millions of other things that a department store would carry. It is hudge and will take a little time to go through. So if time is an issue don't go here. A lot is sold in bulk but you can get really good prices on small things too. Almost anything...

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  • Long Distance Phone Cards

    Banff Shopping

    It is essential that any international traveller purchase a phone card whilst in Canada. We purchased a $10 card and it had 240 minutes talk time to Australia, you cannot get much further away than that. If you ring a mobile the available time drops by approximately 80% which gives you 50 minutes talk time, very good for $10. You can purchase...

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  • Londonderry Mall

    Edmonton Shopping

    I have to admit this is my favourite mall as it has everything you need without being too big and redundant like West Ed. Londonderry Mall was renovated in 1992 and is easy to navigate through whereas before things were a tad maze like..it houses stores such as the BAY, Winners, Army and Navy, Sport Chek, Save On Foods etc

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  • Sunridge Mall

    Calgary Shopping

    Big mall with differents kinds of shops...clothes, electronic, shoes... And a great variety of little fast food resto from every corner of the planet. I ate the an exotic chicken suriaki - price around 6 $ in a japanese shop. New Yorker, one of the resto sells special natural French Fries (with the potatoes skin on it)...for the French Fries lovers...

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  • Furniture

    Edmonton Shopping

    I think it's something along the line of Pottery Barn (US) but it's not as big (chain wise). Think it's based in Vancouver but you can find anything from bed sheets to that funky looking leopard print chair. Trinkets ranging from $2-$5 to some cool and comfy leather chair for $1500.

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  • Italian Shops

    Edmonton Shopping

    The Italian Centre Shop is a grocery store/deli located in Little Italy. They are owned and operated by the Spinelli family, and have been in business at their central location for 50 years, and have just opened another store on the south side. All of the cashiers are very friendly, and a lot of them speak Italian as well as English. They have...

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  • Edmonton City Center

    Edmonton Shopping

    Edmonton City Centre Mall is a shopping centre that connects to three buildings via pedway starting with the original Edmonton Centre, the old Eaton Centre and Manulife Place. It has been remodelled but the changes aren't too drastic. The Bay is now situated in the old Eatons and other interesting stores are Home Outfitters, Winners, Urban Planet,...

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  • Mediterranean Shops

    Edmonton Shopping

    Elsafadi's Super Market is a Mediterranean grocery store. If your looking for imported Mediterranean food this is the place to go. It has been open for 24 years as a neighborhood family style grocery store. It is quite a nice store with a lot of produce, deli meats and fresh halal meats. The prices are fair & the owner is very nice. You can get a...

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  • Book Stores

    Edmonton Shopping

    I was given a faster route back to Edmonton, AFTER I was already on the road :) So I got to the airport area about 4 hours early ... that's when I decided to wander about for a few hours ...... I took Hwy2 into Edmonton ..... and decided to wander into a shopping district ..... it was getting al ittle late, and I didn't really want to shop, I just...

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  • Music - DVD

    Edmonton Shopping

    Whoever had the idea to put a record store beside an arts school was a smart man! I used to spend a lot of time here instead of in class when I was in junior high, buying records and pins. I go here for the punk selection. You can also expect to find some rare goodies here as well. They also sell magazines, tapes, shirts, and have lots of oldies on...

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  • Vistor Rebate Program

    All visitors may claim a refund of the goods and services tax (GST) and/or, the harmonized sales tax (HST) which they paid on eligible goods, must provide proof that they exported their goods from Canada. This is referred to as Proof of Export.Proof of Export began at Canada's nine major international airports. Non-resident visitors departing...

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  • Mountie Memorabilia

    If you are a cop, or know someone who is in law enforcement, this place is for you. There are a lot of Mountie memorabilia sold here. Everything from pins to hats. There are other Canadian related items sold here too. You won't want to miss it.

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  • Farmer's Markets

    On saturdays thourghout the province during the summer and fall you can find farmer's markets. They are excellent places to get fresh fruit and vegetables, homemade jams and jellys, various types of meat products, homemade items and the list goes on. Someplaces have them inside while others are outdoor. Usually you can find hot food to have a quick...

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  • For Your Vinyl Needs

    A store I spent way too much time in wasting my money over the last many years. If you are a vinyl addict this is the place to come, I come here for the punk rock selection. There are literally thousands of records categorized into whatever type of music. This is also a good place to buy tickets to local music events. If you are looking for a...

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  • A Leather Touch For Alcoholism

    An interesting souvenir to but in Alberta are leather wrapped alcohol bottles. They come in just about all the standard brands of liqour (the one in the picture is Southern Comfort). These can be bought at select alcohol stores. Don't expect to find these at your average corner liquor stores. Chateau Louis (Edmonton) has them. These are a bit...

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