Province of Ontario Shopping

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Province of Ontario Shopping

  • Eaton Centre

    Toronto Shopping

    Opened in 1977 the Eaton centre shopping complex is situated in the heart of downtown Toronto,it is the largest shopping mall in eastern Canada and 3rd largest in the country.There are 230 stores and services operating on 5 floors than occupy 1,722,000 sq ft.It recieves over 1 million visitors every week.The architect was Eberhand Zeider. Opening...

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  • Byward Market

    Ottawa Shopping

    Looking for Cheese?! International Cheese, Inc. has a wide variety of cheeses from around the world: Canadian cheeses, French cheeses, chocolates, coffees, crackers, olives, cooking products, and a deli department. I love all types of cheeses, so when I'm out of town, I try to find local cheeses to try that I can't get at home. I also like to try...

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  • Pacific Mall

    Toronto Shopping

    We went there to unlock my cell phone today. A guy in the store (maybe the owner) told my husband that he'll come back in 2 mint. then took away my cell before my husband could stop him. We didn't know where he went. This guy didn't come back until we asked his colleague to call him. Because I don't feel good that he took my cell away without...

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  • Rideau Centre

    Ottawa Shopping

    Rideau Centre is the place to shop in Ottawa - all under one roof. I had been several times to Ottawa before I noticed that this was a mall there right in the very city centre. One cannot really see it from the outside that this is a mall. There are 180 stores at the mall. It is big and one can spend hours in there. One can also cross the street...

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  • Tax rebate

    Toronto Shopping

    If you are visiting Toronto (or any other part of Canada) save the receipts for purchases over $50 Canadian (before tax). You can get a refund of the GST (Goods and Services Tax) if you spend at least $200 on goods and/or accommodation. The GST amounts to 7 percent of your bill. You will see it at the bottom of the sales slip, along with the 8...

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  • Clothing Stores

    Toronto Shopping

    Visit and shop in Heidi*HO2. The shop has a welcoming vibe with wood and metal work throughout. It's tranquil and soothing to the senses. The clothing - t-shirts, tunics, dresses and jewellery, are all tastefully and artfully arranged. The staff is friendly, helpful and professional. Shopping there was a pleasure. They also have another location....

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  • Music stores

    Toronto Shopping

    Canada's largest music/video/DVD store. Huge selection of pre-recorded VHS, DVD films, and all types of music. Extensive classical and jazz sections. A great place to get "hard-to-find" items. They will also special-order items for you, and may even send them to you (for a fee). ***UPDATE: Sam the Record Man now has a cafe'! Sam's Cafe' serves...

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  • Honest Ed's

    Toronto Shopping

    For bargain hunters, Honest Ed's is the answer to your craving. The 'one location only' shopping centre is located in midtown Toronto in the culturally diverse, safe and vibrant neighbourhood. Honest Ed's store is called as the Mirvish Village, a unique shopping area featuring boutiques, book stores, artists studios, antique shops, cafes, bars and...

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  • Book / magazine stores

    Toronto Shopping

    This shop sells nothing but books on tape or CD. It is a veritable emporium of audiobooks, carrying titles on virtually any subject. There's all kinds of fiction and comedy titles, plus more obscure ones on all sorts of subjects. Why not stop in and pick up something for the trip home? Closed Sundays.

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  • Kensington Market

    Toronto Shopping

    Lots of tiny shops and fruit/vegetable stands are hidden in this maze of tiny streets just west of Chinatown. Kensington Market is bordered by College Street (north) and Dundas Street (south) A huge variety of excellent produce and meat shops are found along the hidden tiny streets. The market is famous for having a cheese shop. It sells only...

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  • St. Lawrence Market

    Toronto Shopping

    St.Lawrence Market is popular with locals and sightseers alike. Two of the best representatives of unique local food that I found in the south building would be the peameal bacon and the Canadian mustard. I first went into the south building, which houses various stalls selling mainly food (raw, semi-processed, processed or even ready-to-eat) such...

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  • Scarborough Town Center

    Toronto Shopping

    The Scarborough Town Centre is a shopping mall in Scarborough. At this mall, there are stores for clothing, shoes, beauty products, accessories, etc. I could have spent a whole day browsing and shopping but unfortunately I only had a few hours. I bought a pair of winter boots at Transit, a button-down shirt and sweater at Limited, a black lace...

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  • Yonge Street

    Toronto Shopping

    Just short before my 2007 Toronto trip I was alarmed by this CdnJane misc. forum entry: Closing of an institution Posted: Thu May 31, 2007 03:56 AM CEST One of the landmark music shops/stores of Toronto is closing at the end of June. Sam the Record Man has been around for 70 years, but the Internet downloads of music has put them out of...

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  • Square One Mississauga

    Toronto Shopping

    Huge variety of shoes and other leather products. Graet variety of women shoes, my wife and daughter ended up buying several pairs. They have factory prices and great quality merchandise 50% off retail.

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  • Fairview Mall

    Toronto Shopping

    Fairview Mall is a huge shopping mall in the Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue intersection at almost one million square feet. I frequently visit the shopping centre not only to shop but it is also a good meeting place for friends and business associates. There are too many to mention the coffee shops and food stalls lined up all around the...

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  • Hudson's Bay Company (The Bay)

    Toronto Shopping

    The Bay, as it is widely known, has everything you need when shopping. It is situated in the heart of Downtown Toronto in the intersection of Yonge & Queen Streets. The store focus on apparel, men & women accessories, children & infants, and home goods. So if you are into fashion and you want to define your beauty today...go shop at The Bay! It is...

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  • Yorkville

    Toronto Shopping

    The most expensive shopping street in Toronto, and among the most expensive in the world. You can find many gorgeous brands here including Tiffany & Co, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Prada, Harry Rosen, etc... Take a virtual tour of Bloor St W at grandstreets.com. They have panoramic views of the whole street so you can browse all the shops at a...

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  • Super Surplus

    Toronto Shopping

    It´s an amazing place for war collectors and lovers. A lot of used uniforms, helmets, knifes, ammo, masks, etc. You can buy from used boots from the second World War to polar army uniforms from USSR. About CAN$ 100,00

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  • Holt Renfrew

    Toronto Shopping

    With the largest concentration of high end designer fashions in Canada, Yorkdale has become the premiere shopping destination for Torontonians. It is a mega shopping centre anchored by two department stores, The Bay & Sears, though they serve less purpose here than in other malls. The mall is single level, but has over four sections to amuse the...

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  • Arts on King

    Toronto Shopping

    Carries a fantastic selection of crafts by local artists. A little pricey, but you get what you pay for because it is all very good quality, one of a kind stuff. Update: Sadly, last time I checked this shop appeared to have closed down. Will try to confirm next time I'm in the area. The jewellery and picture frames there are always nice. Lots of...

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  • Cowboy Shops in Ontario

    Ontario Cowboy Shops could be one of your sources for all the latest in trendy western fashion. - Handmade cowboy boots and western boots- Western clothing - Cowboy hats - Straw, Felt/Wool- Tack, saddles- Belt Buckles- Oilskin Jackets Depend: Cowboy Boots from CAD 149.00, Cowboy Hats from CAD 20.00

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  • Have fun !

    Wednesday to Sunday, 10am – 5pm. From rustic to refined. Antiques. Collectibles. Handcrafted solid oak & pine furniture. Depend

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  • Collector Car Store

    "Silvester Collector Car Store was the dream of Ernie Silvester. His love for automobiles dates back to when he was a child. As the owner of Specialty Body Works, his interest in antique and muscle cars grew, and the idea of a car store for special interest automobiles was born". Antiques cars 22500 - 55000 CAD

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  • Ottawa

    There are more than 80 specialty shops, boutiques, dress shops, footwear stores, jewellery shops, book stores, news kiosks and much more.The Byward Market really is an all-day destination. Artistic works, crafts of all kinds, souvenirs, flowers, vegetables. Depend

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  • Antiques

    L & K Antiques, Antique Shop in Tilbury, Ontario. Open seven days a week. China, Pottery, Jewellery, Furniture, Paintings, Art Works, Coins, Gold & Silver, Crystal, Collectibles, etc.

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  • Local souvenirs

    Pretty sure nobody returne from Canada without Maple sirop!there is an old tradition to gather maple juice in spring. The tradition of gathering maple juicr came to present citizens of Canada from Indians, who mentioned excellent qualities of juice many years ago and trough several generations worked out approved receipts of its processing into...

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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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  • Visit one of the malls

    During our visits to Ontario we couldn’t resist visiting and shopping in some of the huge shopping malls in Toronto (Eaton Centre) and Ottawa (Rideau Centre). Travelling around we saw more of these malls (Mississauga and Newmarket) and I suppose there will be others also in the larger cities. I still think it is a ‘must do’ when visiting Canada. It...

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  • Colio Liquor store

    Wine Stemware Wine accessories Gifts Gift baskets Private label service Event planning Ice wine! regular - about 50CAD

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  • Local souvenir

    Pretty sure nobody returne from Canada without Maple sirop! there is an old tradition to gather maple juice in spring. The tradition of gathering maple juicr came to present citizens of Canada from Indians, who mentioned excellent qualities of juice many years ago and trough several generations worked out approved receipts of its processing into...

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  • Tax rebates

    If you are a visitor from outside Canada, you may be eligible for tax rebates. You can claim a refund of 7% federal GST (Goods and Services Tax) on your purchases. The total amount has to be a minimum of $200 and each separate receipt is at least $50 in goods before tax. The goods have to be taken out of Canada within 60 days of purchase. Forms...

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  • Antique shopping

    If you love antique shopping, Kensington Market in Toronto is the place to be. "Kensington Market" is a neighbourhood of Toronto with a lot of atmosphere and bohemian feel. The antique shops add to this feel and you can see quite a few of them around. Hahaha, in this picture you can see a store with stuff from the 70's, hahaha, so much fun to see...

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  • Magazines

    Sometimes it's hard to find the exact magazine your looking for but this is a great place to find it. It's Presse Internationale on College Street in Toronto. I am always looking for a British magazine that I love to read called 'Practical Photography'. It's hard to find, but I could find it here! For me this was the best shop as I couldn't find...

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  • Shop till you drop

    If you do love shopping, this is the place to be: The Eaton Centre in Toronto. This is a picture of the decorations at the Eaton Centre during christmas. There are christmas decorations everywhere you look, a real display! Eaton Centre is the third largest mall in Canada and it is one of the most popular tourist attractions of Toronto. The Centre...

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  • Tomatoes :-)

    Another picture of the same fruitstand. This fruitstand is located between Dunedin and Collingwood and is called 'Redpath's Fruit Market'. Mmmm, I love tomatoes, don't they look delicious! You can find similar fruitstands all over Ontario, just keep your eyes open and you'll be certain to spot some of them.

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  • Fruit stands

    I know I am a bit of an exception, hahaha, but I really don't like shopping! I try to stay away from them as much as I can. So you won't find a lot of shopping tips on any of my pages. But there is one thing I did like a lot in Ontario and that is the fruitstands. There is a lot of fruit and vegetables grown in the area, and there are fruitstands...

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  • Church/Community Centre Bazaars Great...

    One of the special things to find, particularly in smaller communities, are the church bazaars. There are a few Christmas Bazaars and Tea Rooms perhaps to be found, but I think most are over for the season - but keep your eyes open for notices for opportunities. There are often other bazaars throughout the year, but the Christmas Bazaar & Tea Rooms...

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  • The Dutch Store

    Of course this is my favourite store in Collingwood : The Dutch Store. Mmmmmm, they have all the Dutch goodies I "think" I can't live without, hahaha. Like "Oliebollen" for new years eve, and "chocolate letter" for Sinteklaas (The Dutch Santa), mmm and of course the distinct but oh so addictive taste of pepernoten! And all sort of other Dutch and...

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