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This bright, modern downtown shopping complex is located at the corner of McGill College Avenue and Rue Ste-Catherine, and is connected to the Underground City. Many huge fashion outlets (Niketown, Tristan & Iseut, America, Supermonde des Athlètes) have outlets here. Indigo is one of two enormous bookstores in the downtown area. The Eaton Centre is directly east, along with many other shopping opportunities on Rue Ste-Catherine.
Souris Mini is a famous chain of specialty stores selling a wonderful collection of apparel for kids aged between 0 and10. Its merchandise spans across various categories like snowsuits, nightwear and party outfits. Known for their durability and comfort, Mini's stock also features an array of choices for color-matching ensembles tailored to perfection. Look out for some vibrant prints, lively colors and in-trend patterns for your little one at this Souris Mini outlet found at Place Montréal Trust shopping center.
Shop for the best runway designs at Winners, an upscale departmental store in the heart of Montreal's busy downtown area. Part of a renowned chain of departmental stores with a strong presence in Quebec, this Winners outlet finds itself at a bustling location at the Place Montréal Trust shopping complex. Shop for a wide array of apparel brands catering to children, men and women. The store sells its merchandise at rebated prices as opposed to other specialty boutiques in the neighborhood. Shoppers also get to grab some amazing home decor items, accessories and trendy shoes at great prices here.
Indigo offers you the best books and periodicals from around the world. Its collection of books will not disappoint book - lovers as they browse through the titles. It also stores music CDs and toys. Indigo has a chain of such stores throughout Canada. The shop also has a small eatery where you can relish a few bites. The cafe and the bookstore together complete the reading experience that any book - worm would crave.
This venerable department store has been a favorite among shoppers in Quebec City since 1840 and is now in Montréal. With 27,500 square meters (90,000 square feet) of retail space over three stories, Simons has a reputation of offering good value at moderate prices: it maintains buying offices in Paris, London and Hong Kong. Shoppers will find the latest fashions from around the world. It's worth a trip just to look a the three-story atrium and the seven-meter (24-foot) mobile by local artist Guido Molinari.
The Word Bookstore, a legendary, used bookstore specializes in the classics and the humanities, and also has a large drama and poetry selection. Thanks to its location, close to McGill University, it stocks up on used text books at the beginning of the school year. The store also sells new editions of local writers, and its poetry collection is one of the best in the city.