Gifts & Souvenirs in Toronto

Craft Ontario Shop

Craft Ontario has been promoting artisans for over 70 years. Ceramics, jewelry, glasswork, prints and carvings make up most of the displays at this new Queen St W location, but you could also catch a special exhibit…
Clothing in Toronto

Courage My Love

Vintage clothing stores have been around Kensington Market for decades, but Courage My Love amazes fashion mavens with its secondhand slip dresses, retro pants and white dress-shirts in a cornucopia of styles. The b…
Gifts & Souvenirs in Toronto

Bay of Spirits Gallery

The works of Norval Morrisseau – the first indigenous artist to have a solo exhibit at the National Gallery of Canada – are proudly on display in this atmospheric space, which carries aboriginal art from across Cana…
Books in Toronto


Need a comic book fix? The Beguiling is the kind of crowded, mixed-up place that Robert Crumb would drop by (in fact, he once did). Be mesmerized by original ’zines, indie comics, pop culture books, limited edition …
Adult in Toronto

Come as You Are

Catering to all genders and orientations, Canada’s pioneering co-op sex shop (the only one of its kind in the world) sells it all. Grab some vegan condoms and sign up for a workshop on erotic photography or Bondage …
Mall in Toronto

Eaton Centre

Sandwiched between two subway stations and opposite Yonge & Dundas Sq, downtown Toronto's largest shopping mall has branches of almost every large retailer in North America, and some not so well-known local stor…
Tattoos in Toronto

New Tribe

Body art is almost mainstream in Toronto – you'd run out of body parts before running through the city's tattoo and piercing shops. This one, in the heart of Queen St W, is a favorite. Top tatts, plus standard and c…
Books in Toronto


The biggest (and most popular) used bookstore in Toronto.
Books in Toronto


The biggest (and most popular) secondhand bookstore in Toronto, with a second outlet on Bloor St.
Fashion & Accessories in Toronto

Te Koop

This backpack and luggage store champions Canadian brands such as Herschel, as well as hip, boutique international labels. The bags aren't cheap but you're unlikely to find lower-priced elsewhere in Toronto.