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Travel to Canada’s Exciting Shopping Malls

Travel to Canada’s Exciting Shopping Malls

Canada is a huge, diverse country with so many beautiful and historic sites to see. Its massive land is full of forests, lakes, oceans, and animals. You can find everything from sandy beaches and luscious forests to arctic tundra and rocky, seafaring coasts.

It’s also a country that is equally rich in urban dwellings. When you visit Canada, make sure to stop by some of the best retail centres out there and to check out Shopping-Canada to find the greatest deals!  It’s your online shopping directory for Canadian shopping centres, stores, and shopping areas.

The site is updated daily, so don’t start your shopping trip without consulting the site first! There are detailed reviews, information about shopping centre hours and maps, lists of speciality markets all over Canada, as well as daily and weekly flyers that can help you save money.

Come to Canada for its picturesque scenery, but don’t forget to also visit its beautiful cities and incredible shopping centres! Take a look at our guide on where to go for the best shopping in the country.

Toronto’s Cadillac Fairview Eaton Centre

If you find yourself in Canada’s busiest city, Toronto, then definitely stop by the Cadillac Fairview

Eaton Centre, right in the heart of the downtown core.

This mall typically opens at 10 am on weekdays and closes at 9:30 pm except on Sundays, when it closes at 7 pm.

You’ll find everything from NORDSTORM to Canadian brands such as Aritzia and Oak and Fort. The mall also has one of the largest food courts in the country called the Urban Eatery that holds delicious dining experiences of all sorts.  

The mall is located right at Yonge-Dundas Square — Toronto’s version of New York’s Times Square. It’s definitely hard to miss and absolutely worth checking out.

Quebec City’s Les Galeries de la Capitale 

If it’s a French vacation you’re looking for, and you’re headed to la belle province, be sure to stop by Les Galeries de la Capitale in Quebec City.

This landmark holds 280 stores and services as well as 20 restaurants. It’s definitely the place to go if you have a family as it holds the second-largest indoor amusement park in North America, Méga Parc. It also has a Cinemax IMAX theatre with the biggest screen in the country!

Vancouver’s Metropolis at Metrotown

Perhaps you’re headed to Canada’s west coast. Surrounded by forest and the Pacific Ocean, Vancouver, British Columbia is one of Canada’s most unique and breathtaking places to visit.

When you’re not taking in the natural beauty of the place, take a day to visit the largest shopping and entertainment complex in British Columbia, situated in the Greater Vancouver Area, Metropolis at Metrotown. 

Not only is the mall extremely busy and has a stellar list of retailers to check out, but it is also one of the tastiest retail experiences — it won a second-place Golden Plate Award this year for Best Food Court!

Canada’s wilderness is top-notch and it’s not to be missed. However, be sure to check out your online shopping directory so that you can take a few days and visit the best shopping centres to bring back some great white north souvenirs!

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