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Shopping in Toronto

Eaton Centre
Located on Yonge Street in the heart of downtown, Eaton Centre features three levels and more than 250 stores, a 12-screen movie theater, and an attached Marriott Hotel. The shopping complex, the city’s most popular tourist attraction, is also connected to Toronto’s subway system and downtown pedestrian network.

Bloor-Yorkville Neighborhood
Located north of downtown, near the University of Toronto, the Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood is known for its Victorian and brownstone houses, its art galleries, ethnic restaurants, and unique, one-of-a-kind stores.

Kensington Market
Located adjacent to the Bloor-Yorkville neighborhood, Kensington is one of Toronto’s oldest districts. Here, you’ll find an eclectic mixture of coffee houses, vintage clothing shops, organic grocers, and stores selling imported goods. What you won’t find is a Starbuck’s or a chain department store.

Hudson’s Bay Company
This is the company that helped settled most of Canada and parts of America in the late 17th and early 18th centuries. It’s the oldest corporation in North America, founded in 1670, and it’s still going strong. HBC operates several retail chains, including “The Bay” stores; know for their Hudson’s Bay Blanket, an item they have sold for more than 200 years.

Yonge & Dundas Square
This is where people are shopping when they say they have gone Downtown Toronto. This shopping neighborhood stretches a few blocks along Yonge between just south of Queen and just north of Dundas. It is home to the famous Toronto Eaton Center but has plenty of street level stores as well such as Urban Outfitters, Homesense, Levis and Forever 21. If you are looking for fashion forward boutiques you should shop elsewhere in Toronto because this tourist favorite neighborhood is all about mall stores and national chains.

Queen West
Once the place to find independent boutiques and new trends before they were trendy, Queen West has gone commercial in recent years. While most of the independent boutiques and local designers have moved further west and east or just somewhere with cheaper rents, Queen West is still a hot spot for Toronto shopping. Look for Mendocino, Aritzia, Rudsak as well as more commercial favorites like the Gap, Roots and Zara.

Shops at Don Mills
A new addition to Toronto's shopping malls, the Shops at Don Mills are also a new concept for mall shopping in Ontario. The stores are set up more like a planned community and are all outside instead of inside a big mall building. The other draw is all the one of a kind shopping. Canada's first Anthropologie is here along with McNally Robinson Booksellers, McEwan and coming soon Murale. Look for the Shops at Don Mills at Don Mills and Lawrence.