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If you are fond of the good things in life - delicious foodstuff, fine wines and whiskies, exquisite handcrafted articles, aesthetic paintings and sculptures, magnificent textiles - Canada is the place to head to. Shop to your hearts' content here - you will definitely be spoiled for choice. The province of British Columbia is great for smoked and fresh salmon, Quebec for maple syrup and maple sugar and Niagara for wines. And yes! Don’t forget to pick up a bottle or two of Canada's great Rye Whiskey. Pick up some great Canadian products from across the country -

  • Hudson's Bay blankets
  • British Columbian jade products
  • prints by Canadian artists in Quebec 
  • rugs handmade in Nova Scotia
  • Native arts and crafts. 

  • West Edmonton Mall

Once the world’s largest mall (and still in the Top 10), this sprawling complex—which includes several amusement parks, an ice palace, a miniature golf course, a number of themed areas (Bourbon Street, Chinatown, Europa Boulevard), a waterpark, and a hotel—puts up some staggering numbers.

 

 

 

 

  • Rideau Centre

Located within easy walking distance of the Parliament Buildings, this mall in our nation’s capital offers about 180 stores and services, as well as a movie theatre, a hotel and a cool rooftop garden, which fills with an amazing array of colourful tulips during the city’s annual Tulip Festival. It’s also right next door to the ByWard Market, one of Canada’s finest and largest open-air markets—taken together, mall and market, these could provide enough shopping for days and days.

 

 

 

 

  • Pacific Centre

Located in central Vancouver, this urban mall’s 1.3 million square feet of commercial space hold some of the busiest cash registers in the nation—a recent study found that the 100-plus stores here (which include Holt Renfrew, fashionable Miss Sixty, and the province’s first Apple Store) produce more sales per square foot than any other mall in Canada.

 

 

 

 

  • Polo Park

The largest shopping mall located between Toronto and Edmonton, Winnipeg’s massive mall serves up more than 200 retail outlets. One of the first covered malls in Canada, it takes its name from the (now closed) racetrack that used to sit next door, and sits across from the home stadium of the Winnipeg Blue Bombers. It’s also a major media centre, hosting three of the city’s largest radio stations in a state-of-the-art facility that’s part 

 

 

 

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