11 results, sorted alphabetically
This flagship carries everything in audio and video entertainment and offers the occasional deal.
333 Yonge Street
The upmarket twin of Chapters, Indigo is the better looking of the two huge book outlets, with a clean colour scheme and snazzy design. Still, rummaging...
55 Bloor Street W
Renowned for its outdoor gear (tents, sleeping bags) and hiking wear (fleeces galore). A co-op (you must pay a small joining fee), it has a motivated staff...
400 King Street W
A sea-blue monstrosity in an industrial area on Toronto's northern fringes, the Pacific Mall is North America's largest shopping centre selling Asian goods....
4300 Steeles Avenue E
Squeeze past shelves of video tack to the vinyl haven at the back, where DJs and hooded club kids spin rare editions and the latest releases in hip hop,...
357A Yonge Street
Though the staff have attitude, there is an abundance of good indie vinyl here. The CD selection is also good, though prices are higher than average, even...
620 Queen Street W
It keeps a veritable library of Japanese mags and weird-looking videos, but you're more likely to leave Sanko with a jar of miso soup or a wad of seaweed....
730 Queen Street W
This massive secondhand CD emporium does not echo with the sound of music, but of plastic jewel cases being flipped madly. There are 20,000 CDs spanning...
512 Bloor Street W
The speciality here is good music, pure and simple. A former accountant and passionate listener, Greg Davis started this venture to promote new local talent...
572 College Street
One of Toronto's top tourist destinations is, ahem, a shopping mall. Long frequented by bargain-hungry Americans spending their super-charged bucks, the...
220 Yonge Street
The first mall in North America, this sprawling neon structure has been expanding since it opened in 1964, leaving no retailer (local or foreign) uninvited....
3401 Dufferin Street