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What stores will be open tomorrow?

Any at all? If so which ones?
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lil_c09 wrote:Any at all? If so which ones?
Some shopping centres in designated tourist areas - like parts of the Yonge St. strip - are allowed to open on this day if they choose. Expect the Eaton Centre to be open.
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rookie wrote:Some shopping centres in designated tourist areas - like parts of the Yonge St. strip - are allowed to open on this day if they choose. Expect the Eaton Centre to be open.
you have eaton in toronto as well :-0
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chinese malls
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Actually most of retail stores and malls are open this new year. I guessing in couples years there won't be any new year holiday...
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pacific mall...open 365 days
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Eaton Centre is open, but are of the stores actually open??

and if so, anyone know till what time
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Spiderpal93 wrote:chinese malls

They never close. No need to state the obvious :D

I have no grocery. I hope No Frills is open.
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I remember when Sunday shopping was illegal in Toronto. You had to be secretly let into boutiques with watchful doormen on the lookout. That was 1993 I remember.

Out in B.C., where I worked at Eatons, I remember that Boxing Day was a hold-out for T.Eaton until 1994. Otherwise, it was Sodom and Gamorrah in Lotusland since I think stores are only closed on Christmas Day and New Years Day in B.C. (except for the New Year's Day sale at Mark James.

In the Maritimes, they still ban holiday shopping now... that's really backwards.
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Emancipated wrote:They never close. No need to state the obvious :D

I have no grocery. I hope No Frills is open.
Sorry to be redundant.. But go to a chinese groccery. If your not asian, then you could still get some veggies and meat to make some food. But these days... big Up town toronto super markets have a good selection of NOrth American and South Asian groccery... lil things like cereal, spices, and flour.
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