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St. Lawrence Market

Classé parmi les 25 meilleurs marchés au monde par le magazine « Food & Wine », le St. Lawrence Market est le lieu idéal en ville pour acheter des fruits, des légumes, de la viande et du poisson frais, sans oublier des produits exotiques venus du monde entier. Ce quartier historique abrite également plus de 50 marchands proposant des épiceries et restaurants faisant partie des meilleurs de la ville, avec un large choix de spécialités, de viande, poissons et fruits de mer frais, de produits de boulangerie, ainsi que des thés et cafés de qualité supérieure. Les horaires d’ouverture varient pour le marché fermier et le marché Sud.

Kensington Market

Known in the 1930s as the Jewish Market, Kensington today is an awesome display of the city's multi-ethnicity. Here you will find shops packed with products from Europe, Middle East, South America, the Caribbean, Africa and Asia and you will hear dozens of languages spoken. A visit to this neighborhood is like taking a trip around the world! With more than 100 shops in all selling everything from second-hand clothing to fresh produce, from exotic pastries to art objects and furniture, you won't go away empty-handed.

Eaton Centre

Eaton Centre is a must visit place in Toronto. Even if you have no desire to shop, make sure to at least look around this six million square foot glass-roofed arcade. Located between Dundas and Queen on Yonge Street, it is as exquisite as it is vast. With five levels, over 320 stores and restaurants, you will need more than a day to make your way through this shopping wonderland. The center is conveniently sandwiched between two subway stations and is steps away from many of Toronto's hottest attractions.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre

At 1.6 million square feet (148,645 square metres), Yorkdale Shopping Centre is one among the largest shopping centers in Canada. Shopaholics will be thrilled to find more than 250 of Toronto's most fashionable stores at their disposal to hunt for some of the best apparel and accessories. Its year round customer service programs include gift wrapping, free strollers and wheelchairs, faxing service, valet parking and car cleaning, external security patrols and a lost and found service.

Fairview Mall

The Fairview Mall, in the North York area of Toronto, truly lives up to the one-stop shop tag most shopping centers are given. It is sprawled over a grand area of 80,000 square meters (861,113 square feet). Apart from the usual designer stores like Aldo, Calvin Klein, HMV and Sephora, it houses stores selling electronic equipment, gifting items and firms offering services such as a dentist's office. Shop for jewelry at Swarovski or Glitz Jewellery, then stop for a quick snack at Taco Bell or Mac's Sushi. Visitors can also watch a movie at the cinema within the premises. So for those magical bags of goodies, give those credit cards a rub at the Fairview Mall.

Scooter Girl Toys

Don't let the name fool you. Scooter Girl Toys boasts of toys for girls as well as boys, ensuring the high quality, safety, educational and entertainment value of their merchandise. Typical items include furry hand puppets, pom-pom and painting kits, block and strategy games, puzzles, working models and scientific toys. One can also shop for scooters in colorful hues, car and horse models, train sets replete with tunnels and doll houses. Kids can celebrate various festivals with friendship charms for Friendship Day, Christmas mice and books, Halloween cards and even ghost stickers to play pranks with friends.

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