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Malls & Shopping Centres

Looking for one-stop shopping in and around Toronto? Here are the malls and large shopping centres that host a variety of stores to meet your needs.

Extended Holiday Mall Hours
Although all of them are closed on December 25, Toronto's major shopping malls offer extended hours for much of November and December.

Dufferin Mall
Anchored by Wal-Mart, Winners, Toys R Us and No Frills, the revitalized Dufferin Mall is just a short walk south of the Dufferin Subway Station.

Eaton Centre
Toronto's most famous mall offers convenient shopping right in the heart of the downtown core, seven days a week.

Fairview Mall
Sears, The Bay, Athlete's World and Urban Planet are among the stores you'll find inside Fairview. Located just west of the 404 above Sheppard Avenue, the mall is connected to the Don Mills Subway Station.

Gerrard Square
Gerrard Square is a recently renovated two-floor shopping mall in Toronto's Riverdale neighborhood. Head to the corner of Pape and Gerrard Street East to find a Zellers, Home Depot, Staples and more.

Kipling-Queensway Mall
The Kipling-Queensway Mall is a small local mall in South Etobicoke that's anchored by a Zellers, a Sobey's, a Winners and several restaurants.

Scarborough Town Centre
Located just south of the 401 between Brimley and McCowan, the Scarborough Town Centre is also easily accessed by TTC. Shop at the Bay, Sears, Walmart and many other shops before you take in a movie at the Famous Players Coliseum.

Sherway Gardens
This Etobicoke mall is anchored by Sears, The Bay, Holt Renfrew and Sporting Life.

Square One in Mississauga
Anchored by Zellers, Sears, The Bay, and a Wal-mart that - according to the Square One website - is the world's largest, this Mississauga mall is so large they offer special gifts to tourists who want to visit as part of a bus tour. After your epic shop, choose from one of two megaplexes nearby to take in a film.

Vaughan Mills
With a bowling alley, NASCAR Speedpark and an outdoor gear shop that houses both a giant aquarium and in-store target practice, Vaughan Mills is more than just a place to buy your next pair of pants - although they have plenty of pants, too.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre
Connected to the Yorkdale Subway Station, Yorkdale Mall has a focus on fashion, but has plenty of room for other stores as well. It's located just south of the 401 between Dufferin and the Allen Road.

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