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Canada 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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  • Downtown

    Montreal Shopping

    As made obvious from the store's name, they sell linens. But they also sell small appliances, kitchen stuff, and decor. It's more high-end than departments stores like La Baie so it's a lot pricier, but all their stuff is good quality. Similar to a department store, but not big enough to be one, and most of what they sell is related to linens...

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  • Robson Street

    Vancouver Shopping

    While I am generally not an advocate of chain stores, and most especially MEGA chainstores, I mention the Virgin Megastore in Vancouver because of it's cool and eclectic selection of books. While they did not have as many books as a bookstore might the ones they did have were great, ranging in subject from all types of music to obscure and cultish...

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  • Shopping in Vieux Quebec

    Quebec Shopping

    The day we visited the Chateau Frontenac we were told there were 1000 students on a visit to the city and wherever we went there were crods of students. We thought we might be safe in the Chateau's shopping arcade, however it was worse as the the hotel was 100 years old and reflected the style of that period, narrow corridors and small shops. For...

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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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  • Shopping Centres

    Victoria Shopping

    The Bay Company left its traces everywhere in Canada, but in Victoria there are many historical roots of the company. The nowadays Shopping Mall does not resemble the trading company that once started here. A list of the shops in the year 2012 in the Mall: A&B Tailor A&W Aerosoles Aldo Ann-Louise Jewellers Athletes World The Bay Bayshore Dental BC...

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  • Music

    Halifax Shopping

    Halifax Folklore Center started at 1971. The shop is owned by Tom and Marla Dorward. Tom is a graduated at the Dalhousie University and started teaching math, but that only lasted a year, because of his love for music. Both Tom and Marla are musicians and they care about the instruments and the people who play them. Business hours: Mo-We: 11AM -...

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  • Mall Shopping

    Winnipeg Shopping

    Malls are not big unlike in the Philippines that is why at first I am not really into shopping the first time I arrived here. But now I am getting used to it. Kildonan Place is the nearest mall to our place. What I like about Kildonan place is that there are many other shop, stores and restaurants around the area like Sports check, wallmart,...

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  • 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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  • Novelty /Souvenir Store.

    Banff Shopping

    You will see what looks like First Nation artifacts, beadwork etc look carefully, not all of these are made by local craftsmen, The easy way to tell- the more expensive stuff is more likely to be handmade, and possibly local. Some of the rest of the stuff might even be made in China.

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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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  • Old Montreal

    Montreal Shopping

    The Bonsecours Market is a must-see on any Montreal visit, because it combines insights into the fascinating city's past, present and future. Designed by prominent architects George Browne and William Footner, and opened in 1849, the market's shops and stalls feature a wide range of furniture, crafts, and clothing, as well as a range of cafes and...

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  • Granville Island Shopping

    Vancouver Shopping

    I sort of ran into this store right at the start of Granville Island. It's almost impossible not to notice it really, its in a caboose! All painted up lively. They offer all sort of things for pets, from your standard dog treats to stuff for the truly spoiled pet. If your pet is like mine, he probably isn't going to be too picky when it comes to...

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  • Quartier Petit Champlain

    Quebec Shopping

    Quartier Petit Champlain is without a doubt one of the best shopping districts I have found and really enjoyed walking about. For all the details I just provided their web site but the ambiance of the place is amazing especially during the Carnaval when all the merchants share in the celebration with their own ice sculptures in front of their...

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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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  • Markets

    Victoria Shopping

    The Root Cellar in Victoria is a great place to visit for a sunny weekend outing. Their recent expansion makes this 'green grocer' a market all on its own! It reminded me somewhat of a mini version of the Granville Island Market in Vancouver, and definitely has the potential for a theme like the Pikes Place Market in Seattle. The decor and ambiance...

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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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  • Specialty Stores

    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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  • 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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  • Quartier Latin

    Montreal Shopping

    Last weekend I went to shopping on St-Denis street and I went into a shop name Montana. It is a jewellery shop specialise in stones and fresh water pearl. When I entered the store, there are 2 sides of necklaces, one side is stones and the other side is fresh water pearl. And all the necklaces and bracelets are design by the owner. They are so...

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  • Pacific Centre

    Vancouver Shopping

    So Pacific Center has undergone a MAJOR facelift this summer. The Holt Renfrew store (high-end designer goods) has tripled in size and contrary to other reviews is extremely welcoming and friendly – the clerks are pretty used to the fact that most people are there to browse/ogle and tend to leave you alone unless you have a question. I have never...

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  • Rue Saint-Jean

    Quebec Shopping

    So you found the Plains of Abraham and are dying to have a picnic there? You'll find everything you need (and more!) at J.A. Moisan, the oldest grocery store in North America. Established in 1871 as a "fine epicerie", J.A. Moisan has always been the place to go to find fine imported products that are impossible to find elsewhere. Nothing much has...

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  • Food/Beverages

    Victoria Shopping

    The cutest store ever on the very fashionable Johnson Street. Three floors of outstanding goodies from all over the world. My partner is German and found perhaps too many items to take home. There was an entire rack of haribo products which are completely my weakness. This is a small store and we still managed to stay for about half an hour there...

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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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  • Granville Street (downtown)

    Vancouver Shopping

    They claim to be the largest used CD store in Canada. They certainly do have a lot of stock. The store is spacious and bright and the stock is arranged thoughtfully. For example, for rock there are alphibetical sections. The top shelf at eye level are stacks of miscellaneous artists, end-on so you can look through them quickly. More popular artists...

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  • Rue du Trésor

    Quebec Shopping

    Back in the 1960s, two arts students decided to hang some of their paintings on the little Rue du Trésor, which sort of connects the Notre-Dame Basilica Cathedral to the Chateau Frontenac. Within a few years, over 20 artists had also set up their little stand on the street to sell their paintings. Today, the Rue du Tresor is where people go to take...

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  • Arts/Crafts

    Victoria Shopping

    Another thing Victoris shares with its counterpart Halifax is a Christmas shop. The one here in Victoria is called Christmas Village. Christmas items.

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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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  • Downtown Vancouver

    Vancouver Shopping

    I have been coming to Scratch for longer than I could probably remember. Scratch is the place to go for albums and artists you would not find at the bigger music stores, but be prepared to pay because they don't exactly run cheap. I love buying tickets to various shows at Scratch because there exists a $1 service charge and turns out much cheaper...

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  • La Boutique de Noel de Quebec

    Quebec Shopping

    We had finished lunch in Rue Du Tresor and decided to continue along the Rue looking at the art on display in the stalls lining the path. Entering the next street we decided to window shop on our way back to our hotel and very soon came to the Christmas Shop. An ideal place to amuse yourself for 20 minutes this 2 level shop was crammed with...

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  • Clothing

    Victoria Shopping

    Fashionistas visiting Victoria must make a point of checking out the cute stores along Johnson Street, between Government Street and the ocean. This is Victoria's trendiest street, with lots of locally-owned boutiques selling everything from top-of-the-line vintage to fresh, one-off, custom-made designs. Check out Addiction for great sweaters and...

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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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  • Gastown

    Vancouver Shopping

    This small specialty store has some really awesome finds.. I like that everything here is made from something else, things you would not expect to see.. like a belt made from pop can tabs, etc. Original jewelery made from old watch parts, belt buckles made from skateboards - prices were fair, so I was tempted to empty my bank account on a lot of...

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  • Laurier Quebec

    Quebec Shopping

    The Sainte-Foy area is home to three big shopping centers all located next to one another: Place Laurier, Place de la Cite and Place Sainte-Foy. Place Laurier is the biggest of the three, with over 350 stores located on three levels, including Old Navy, H&M, Freedom Central, HMV, Toys R' Us and Renaud-Bray. Place de la Cite is the smallest one and...

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  • Books

    Victoria Shopping

    Renaissance Books call themsleves an eclectic bookshop. They are in business for over 30 years. They sell Art & Illustrated Books, Literature, Modern First editions, Poetry, Books on Books, Ist Nations, BC History,Children's Books and much more. All and all there are 30.000 books for sale. Books. Low prices.

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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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  • Metrotown

    Vancouver Shopping

    Metrotown - 500 Places to Shop & Play - BC's Largest Shopping and Entertainment Complex. The latest fashions plus 17 movie theatres, 3 game centres and over 92 eateries. Shop at Metrotown Centre, Metropolis at Metrotown & Station Square.

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  • La Maison Simons

    Quebec Shopping

    La Maison Simons is one of the most popular stores in the city and it is 100% Quebecois! The Simons family first opened a small boutique on rue Saint-Jean in 1840 and in 1870, they moved to their present location near the Notre-Dame Cathedral Basilica. There are now three Simons store in Quebec City and four more in the Montreal and Eastern...

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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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  • Chinatown

    Vancouver Shopping

    There are so many choices of tea that you can buy in Chinatown in Vancouver, Canada. If you are a tea drinker like me, the best place to buy the best kind of tea is in Chinatown. There are so many stores there that sells imported tea from China. You will find the Jasmine tea, green tea and other medicinal tea. Most of the tin cans of these tea are...

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  • Au Royaume du Pere Noel

    Quebec Shopping

    This shop is huge., yes HUGE. Its floor to wall to floor to ceiling of Christmas Decorations and you name it they have it. Easy to spend a mint here and easy to spend an hour deciding what to spend the mint on. Christmas Decorations.

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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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  • City Square

    Vancouver Shopping

    City Square is a fairly exclusive mall situated in the center of Vancouver. It has a variety of shops and is a nice place to stop in for a coffee and dessert. They offer free wireless Internet: WiFi SSID = "CITYSQUARE" It has a special significance for me because the mall now sits where I went to Kindergarten. And rather than just knocking down...

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  • Marche du Vieux Port

    Quebec Shopping

    The old port's market is mainly a fresh produce market and by all accounts in the spring, summer and autumn abounds with colourful displays of locally-grown fruit and vegetables. Unfortunately I was here in the winter and so not many of the stalls were in use. What there was though was worth the visit as I sampled a couple of Quebec wines, nibbled...

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