883 Queen St. W., TorontoCharming neighbourhood shop offers a colourful assortment of books by Canadian authors and an extensive magazine section that features independent
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427 Spadina Rd., TorontoCharming neighbourhood shop offers a colourful assortment of books by Canadian authors and an extensive magazine section that features independent
73 Harbord St., TorontoSupport this non-profit women’s bookstore, open for more than 30 years. Offerings include anti-oppressive political and feminist material. Find books
11 St. Thomas St., TorontoA Yorkville gem just off the main retail drag, this lovely two-storey bookstore is dedicated to books on theatre, set
1374 Queen St. E. , TorontoLeslieville-area café serves single-origin brews from Sam James’s Cut Coffee. It’s also a comic-book store selling the latest issues plus
656 Eglinton Ave. E., TorontoNew and old books in a cozy space. Lots of readily-available beach reads, such as Danielle Steel and Harlequin romances.
2964 Bloor St. W., TorontoToronto’s oldest independent bookstore – open for more than 40 years! Find an array of fiction and non-fiction with keen
601 Markham St., TorontoThis Mirvish Village shop is crammed to the rafters with comics, graphic novels, art and other comics-related paraphernalia. Hugely knowledgeable
401 Richmond St. W., TorontoBooks on advertising, graphic and industrial design and related subjects. Also furniture and home decor items designed by Georg Jensen,
907 Millwood Road., TorontoA true find for mystery fans. This 25-year-old store has one of the world’s most comprehensive selections of Canadian, British
350 Bay St., TorontoBoasting the most comprehensive selection of audio and CD format books in the city. Browse thousands of audio titles from
128 Cumberland St.This narrow shop is worth a visit if you can get past the crammed tables and shelves that are filled
548 Danforth Ave., TorontoPeruse more than 15,000 works of non-fiction and fiction in this popular used bookstore on the Danforth. Find music, DVDs,
622 College St., TorontoA Little Italy shop with a wide selection of magazines and newspapers from around the world. Open daily.
201 Harbord St., TorontoBooks, DVDs, videos, tapes and CD-ROMs on a variety of parenting topics, including breastfeeding, post-partum care, disciplining, dealing with bullies,
776 College St., TorontoCanada’s first outpost of this international urban lifestyle brand known for its mix of culture, politics, technology and style. Retail
1229 Dundas St. W., TorontoGet lost in an interesting array of uncommon, secondhand, scholarly and out-of-print books, biological specimens, images and artifacts. Also manual
662 Mount Pleasant Rd., TorontoThis is a treasure trove of books for kids, with all volumes arranged in age departments from infant to young
742 Bathurst St., TorontoFrom the owners of The Beguiling—one of Toronto’s finest shops for comics and graphic novels—comes this sister store geared toward
99 Yorkville Ave., TorontoCarries French books, CDs, DVDs, international newspapers and an extensive selection of hard-to-find magazines from around the world. Open daily.