Really Great place with good choise of presents!
I like the Chinese Checkers. That old game has its origins in the late 19th century. The objective of the game - get your pieces into the opposite corner as quickly as possible. Our Chinese Checkers game is great for the whole family - up to six people can play! The board is finished in mahogany and features cherry and walnut inlays. Different colored glass marbles are included in a felt bag. This set makes a great gift!
What to buy: Furniture ,
Accessories (Baskets, Candles & Fragrances ,Clocks , Decorative Items , Games ,Jewellery Boxes , Memorabilia Storage , Pens , Bowls/Platters , Candle)
What to pay: from 19 cad + 15% taxes
Galerie D'Art Royale is housed in the restored Barclay Building which was Walkerville' historic former post office and town hall.
What to buy: Original oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolours, limited and open edition prints and serigraphs, wildlife and native sculptures, collector clocks from Holland as well as custom framing services.
mon-wed 8a.m.- 8 p.m.
thu-fri 8 a.m.- 9 p.m.
sat 8 a.m.- 7 p.m.
sunday 10 a.m.- 5 p.m.
What to buy: Wide selection of european groceries, fresh deli, homemade bread, pastries, cakes, meals to go...
You can find here some not usial for CA groceries - lard, grape's leaf, adjika etc. from Poland, Russia, Germany
What to pay: average level of prices
Candles & Candleholders
Kitchen & Dining
Storage & Organization
Toys & Games
Walls, Floors & Windows
What to buy: Candles & Fragrances , wine glases, photo fraimes, XMas ornaments, lights, vases etc.
Cinnamon Sugar Infused Candles
Scent the air with our holiday-inspired Cinnamon Sugar Infused Candles. There's nothing else like their spiced mix of cinnamon, clove, buttered sugar, anise, and sweet vanilla. A Pier 1 exclusive. (2 x 3", 3 x 4", 3 x 6"; 4 x 6")
What to pay: from 2 CAD
On September 15, 1922, two brothers John W. and Alfred J. Billes bought Hamilton Tire & Garage in Toronto's east end. The brothers had in stock a small range of repair parts, tires and batteries for most popular car makes of the day.
In 1927 CANDIAN TIRE CORPORATIONofficially incorporated. From across the country, people were looking for automotive parts that were hard to find in more isolated areas . So in 1928 the brothers produced their first catalogue featuring tire values on one side and a handy road map of Ontario on the back. Today, Canadian Tire's annual catalogue is distributed annually to almost 9 million households.
I love shopping at Canadian Tire. I probably go there at least once a week. They have great weekly specials. They carry sporting goods, hardware, electronics, housewares, garden & patio, auto accessories, pet food and accessories, swimming pool supplies and much more.
Canadian Tire also has their own mechanic's garage and gas bar.
I just love SHOPPERS DRUG MART. It has such a huge variety of items to choose from. It started out as the neighbourhood drug store but has grown into Windsor's largest drug store chain with 13 stores in Windsor and many more in the surrounding areas. I have given the address of the store I usually deal with. For the Shoppers Drug Mart near you check their website.
What to buy: Toiletry items - shampoo, deodorant, make-up
Health remedies - aspirin, cough syrup, vitamins
Food items - grocery section, milk, bread, eggs, pop, snacks
some stores have a full-service post office
some stores have an "Easy Pix" section to have your pictures developed and also may have Kodak picture center to make pics or CD's from you digital camera. I get mine done here for .29 cents per pic.
All have a full service prescription counter to get your prescriptions filled or ask any health-related questions.
What to pay: I always check out their weekly flyer to see what specials were being offered for the week.
My son-in-law was so excited when the brand new GOLF TOWN opened up. He is a real golf enthusiast and he's pretty good too.
Golf Town is a huge store carrying everything the golfer may need, such as golf bags, golf clubs including irons, putters, woods and drivers, golf balls, head covers and towels, golf shirts and shoes, etc.
They carry brand names like Calloway Golf, Founders Club and Wilson and offer some great sales on golf club sets often including the bag.
Windsor Crossing has the best selection of merchandise for the entire family, with World Famous Labels at the best values around!
What to buy: Experience the finest outlet shopping in Canada, at Windsor Crossing Premium Outlets. Grab your list and cross over to Windsor Crossing Premium Outlets. It's not just an ordinary mall, Windsor Crossing features leading premium brand names like Tommy Hilfiger, Guess, Hugo Boss, and many more, all at the greatest savings; 40% - 70% off regular retail every day. For your shopping convenience, park at the doorstep of your favourite store at this beautiful lifestyle shopping centre and load up your trunk with fashionable, top quality, designer labeled gifts for the entire family.
Here are a list of stores available at Windsor Crossing
Adidas retail outlet
Apple bees your neighbourhood Grill and bar
Ara Shoes Outlet Store
Bricks and blocks outlet "exclusively" Lego
Danier Leather - Leather factory outlet
George Richards Big and Tall menswear
Guess factory outlet
Hugo Boss outlet store
Hugo boss women's
Jones New York factory finale
Kodiak factory outlet
LaSenza/ LaSenza girl
Liz Claiborne apparel depot
Monsieur Dupont menswear
Nike factory outlet
Nine west shoe studio
Reebok factory outlet
Rockport / Greg Norman factory outlet
Roots 73 Outlet store
Samsonite company sotre
Tab international Outlet store
The Body Shop depot
The Children's place outlet
Tommy Hillfigar outlet
Tootsies factory shoe
Hours of Operations
Monday - Friday 10-9
What to buy: A big selection of outlet stores where you can find pretty much anything you are looking for!
What to pay: Outlet store prices, discounted up to 75% on some selections
STOKES is a Montreal-based privately held company with 92 stores across Canada.
The name Stokes is derived from the city Stoke-On-Trent located in England.
What to buy: Stokes is Canada's specializing in tabletop and giftware products and its stores are located mostly in Canada's best enclosed malls.
Art Expressions is a hidden gem, it is on Drouillard Rd by Seminole and it own by a couple name Terry and Laurie, they were so welcoming and helpful, friends recommend that I visit the store and they sure were right, I will make a stop on my next visit to Windsor and every-time :) If you are looking for that WOW factor this is the place!
What to buy: They have some Canadian Artist which consist of beautiful hand painted glassware, nice pieces of mouth blown glass, awesome metal art, so much to choose from I was over whelmed, great Contemporary Art, the largest selection of exceptional wall decor, each piece was different and unique nothing like I have ever seen, if you are ever in Windsor you have to make the time to visit this store :)
What to pay: I thought the prices were affordable. They have items from $9 which one of the item I bought was a nice set of 4 hand painted glass coaster and even Original Paintings were less than I'd expected them to be.
I visited quite a few shops, both in the main part of the city and the outlet malls. I do not remember the names or exact locations, so cannot give specific advice. I will mention that I found excellent value for money. Often we go to smaller cities and our expectations are that because the place is smaller, prices are better. When we do the actual count, that is not so. We just assumed it would be. In Windsor, however, I found prices defenitely much better value than Toronto. Next time I visit Windsor, I will treat it as an opportunity to shop. For some reason, I thought there was a high ratio of empty stores. There were, however, plenty open stores to shop from.
For a used bookstore, this is an unusually well organised place. They carry tons of past bestselling paperbacks, all priced cheaply. Bookmark Book Exchange also has large sections for romance and science fiction. If the book you're looking for was once reasonably popular, you'll probably find it here!
What to pay: Between $2 to $5 CDN for a used paperback.
dealer of Chrysler
What to buy: check price, check payments for warranty, check what's covered - better don't pay for it at all
Dawn sales associate
What to buy: Pots and pans
What to pay: the percolator from Italy some reason cost twice cheaper than in Moscow :)