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West Edmonton Mall  
West Edmonton Mall (WEM), located in Edmonton, Alberta, Canada is the largest shopping mall in North America and the fourth largest in the world. It was the world's largest mall for a 23-year period from 1981 until 2004.

Metrotown or Metro as an abbreviation) is a shopping mall complex in Burnaby, British Columbia. With over 470 shops and services, it is the largest mall in British Columbia, and the second largest in Canada. The mall is connected by a skyway to the Metrotown Station on the Skytrain system. Two office buildings are part of the complex, with a third set to break ground in mid 2008.

Toronto Eaton Centre  
The Toronto Eaton Centre is a large shopping mall and office complex in downtown Toronto, Ontario Canada, named after the now-defunct Eaton's department store chain that once anchored it. In terms of the number of visitors, the shopping mall is Toronto's top tourist attraction.[2] It is also the largest shopping mall in Eastern Canada and third-largest in Canada as a whole.

Square One Shopping Centre  
Square One Shopping Centre is a shopping mall located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada. It is one of the largest shopping malls in Canada, with over 1.6 million square feet (150,000 m²) of retail space and more than 360 stores and services. On average, the mall serves over 21 million customers each year.

Yorkdale Shopping Centre  
Yorkdale Shopping Centre is an upscale shopping mall in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has over 240 stores. It is located in the community of Downsview in the former City of North York, a former suburb of Toronto. It is the fifth largest shopping mall in Canada. Yorkdale also enjoys the highest sales per square foot of any mall in Canada, with current merchandise sales levels at approximately $1000(CAD)/square foot. The centre draws in approximately 400,000 customers a week.

Scarborough Town Centre  
Canadian department stores, Simpson's and Eaton's. Miracle Food Mart, a supermarket was also located in the mall. It was designed to serve as part of the civic and commercial centre of what was then the Borough of Scarborough. Scarborough Town Centre opened with 130 stores adjacent to the borough's administration buildings. It provided a central landmark in an otherwise newer suburban area of Toronto.

Pacific Centre  
Pacific Centre is a shopping mall located in Vancouver, British Columbia. Based on the number of stores, many of which are underground, it is the largest mall in Downtown Vancouver with over 250 stores and services. Anchor stores include Sears and Holt Renfrew, Sport Chek and Coast Mountain Sports among numerous other shops.

Laurier Québec  
Laurier Québec is one of Canada's largest shopping malls. It is located in Quebec City .Laurier Québec has more than 350 stores, is built on 3 levels, has an underground parking, a multilevel parking, and an outdoor parking. Major tenants include The Bay, Future Shop, Zellers, Sears and Sports Experts. Other shops include jewelry stores, giftshops, shoe stores, bookstores, shops selling glasses, music store, toy stores, electronics stores, clothing stores, a hardware store, petshops, hair and beauty salons.

Carrefour Laval  
Carrefour Laval is a super regional mall located in Laval, Quebec, Canada at the intersection of the Laurentian Autoroute (A-15) and Laval Freeway (A-440). It is the second largest mall in the province of Quebec, at 115 478 m². It includes outdoor and a multi-level indoor parking.


Bramalea City Centre  
The Bramalea City Centre is an indoor shopping mall located in the city of Brampton, Ontario, Canada. With over a million square feet of retail space and more than 280 outlets, it is one of Canada's largest shopping malls.

Polo Park  
Polo Park is Winnipeg's largest retail and entertainment district. Largest mall out of the eight malls (counting itself) in the city. Situated on the former Polo Park Racetrack, the Polo Park Mall was one of the first enclosed shopping malls in Canada. The mall of Polo Park has over 200 stores including Zellers, The Bay, Sears and the SilverCity movie theatres. It is the largest shopping centre in Canada between Toronto and Edmonton.

Vaughan Mills  
Vaughan Mills is a large shopping centre in Canada located at the southeast corner of Highway 400 and Rutherford Road, in Vaughan, Ontario about 32 km north of downtown Toronto. The mall is located adjacent to Canada's Wonderland.

Chinook Centre  
Chinook Centre is the largest enclosed shopping mall (by area) in Calgary, Alberta (1,175,000 square feet / 109,161 m²). It is also the most visited. It is located near the geographic centre of the city on Macleod Trail, just north of Glenmore Trail about 5 km (3 miles) south of downtown, and three blocks west of the Chinook C-Train station.

Promenades Saint-Bruno  
Les Promenades Saint-Bruno is a shopping mall built in St-Bruno, Quebec in 1978, making it the youngest of the four "Fashion centres" owned by Cadillac Fairview. As of 2007, its major tenants are The Bay, Sears, Simons and Zellers.

Halifax Shopping Centre  
Halifax Shopping Centre is a Canadian shopping mall located in Halifax, Nova Scotia. The Mall is owned by 20 VIC Management Inc., headquartered in Toronto, Ontario. With two floors and an annex, there are over 170 stores making it the largest shopping centre in Atlantic Canada.

Devonshire Mall  
Devonshire Mall is a shopping center located in Windsor, Ontario, Canada. The mall boasts a Zellers, The Bay, Sears, Electronics Boutique, Sport Check, and many other stores, totalling over 200. The mall currently occupies over 1 million square feet (90,000 m²) in retail space, and it dominates the retail landscape in Windsor and the lower southern expanse of Ontario. Devonshire Mall is a leading performer in the Canadian retail scene. It is the largest mall between Detroit, Michigan and London, Ontario.

Oshawa Centre  
Oshawa Centre is a two story shopping mall located in the City of Oshawa, Ontario. It is the largest mall in Durham Region. The Oshawa Centre is owned and managed by Ivanhoe Cambridge.

Fairview Pointe-Claire  
Fairview Pointe-Claire also called Centre Fairview (or Fairview Centre in English) is one of the largest, super regional shopping malls in the Island of Montreal with about 1 million square feet (92,900 m²) and over 200 stores.

Galeries d'Anjou  
Galeries d'Anjou is a shopping mall located in the Anjou borough of Montreal , Quebec, Canada. Current major tenants include The Bay, Sears, Zellers, Sports Experts/Atmosphere and The Brick furniture store. It is roughly 1 million square feet (90,000 m²).

The Pen Centre  
The Pen Centre is the largest mall in the Niagara Region, located in St. Catharines, Ontario. At one point, The Pen was the fourth largest mall in Canada[1], with over one million square feet of floor space. Located next to the Highway 406, it features over 160 brand-name stores, three major department stores, a supermarket, four restaurants, an 8-screen movieplex, a ladies-only health club, and more recently, five big-box format stores. It also features the region's only H&M store.

Park Royal Shopping Centre  
Park Royal Shopping Centre, opened in 1950, is a shopping mall located in West Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada. Park Royal is officially Canada's first covered shopping mall.[1][2] Park Royal currently markets itself as five star shopping and has undergone significant changes to attain this.

Markville Shopping Centre  
Markville Shopping Centre is a shopping mall located at 5000 Highway 7 East (at McCowan Road) in Markham, Ontario, Canada. The mall is owned by Cadillac Fairview, and was likely named for its proximity to both the historical villages of Markham and Unionville (now both incorporated in the town of Markham). With a gross leasable area of 981,000 square feet, Markville is the 22nd-largest mall in Canada and the second-largest in York Region after Vaughan Mills.

Sherway Gardens  
Sherway Gardens is a major shopping mall located in Toronto, Ontario with over 200 stores. It is located on the south-east intersection of The Queensway and The West Mall in the west end of the city. It is owned and operated by Cadillac Fairview and features Sears, The Bay, and Holt Renfrew stores as its main anchors.

St. Laurent Shopping Centre  
St. Laurent Shopping Centre (also known as St. Laurent Centre) is a major shopping centre located in Ottawa, Ontario, owned and operated by Morguard REIT. The shopping mall is located just north of Highway 417 at the corner of St. Laurent Boulevard and Coventry Road. It opened its doors in 1967.

Kingsway Garden Mall  
Kingsway Garden Mall is a shopping centre located in central Edmonton, Alberta. It contains over 200 stores and services including Sears Canada, The Bay, Zellers, Sport Chek and The Gap.[1] It is the second largest mall in Edmonton, only topped by the West Edmonton Mall.

Southcentre Mall  
Southcentre Mall is one of the largest (by area) and most upscale malls in Calgary, Alberta, 85,334.9 m² (918,537.2 sq ft). It is located in the City's southeast quadrant at the intersection of Macleod Trail and Anderson Road, and across the street from the Anderson C-Train Station, in the neighborhood of Willow Park. The mall is owned and operated by Ivanhoe Cambridge.

Coquitlam Centre  
Coquitlam Centre is a shopping mall in Coquitlam, British Columbia. It is located in downtown Coquitlam, near Coquitlam Central Station of the West Coast Express. It is also in close proximity of other shopping areas and the city hall.

Market Mall  
Market Mall is one of the largest malls (by area) in Calgary, Alberta (900,490 square feet / 83,658.3 m²). It is located in Varsity, a suburban neighborhood in the City's northwest quadrant on Shaganappi Trail.

Pickering Town Centre  
Pickering Town Centre is a large regional shopping mall located in Pickering, Ontario. The mall was opened in 1972 as the Sheridan Mall, and opened with 80 stores. Now the PTC has more than 200 stores. The PTC has undergone 3 separate two in the 1800's and recently in 1998. It is anchored/majored by The Bay, Sears, Zellers, a Famous Players cinema, Sports Check, and H&M.

Fairview Mall  
Fairview Mall is a major shopping centre in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. Just under 1 million ft2, it is on the northeast corner of Don Mills Road and Sheppard Avenue. It is jointly owned by Cadillac Fairview (50% ownership) and Ivanhoe Cambridge (50% ownership). Both owners are two of Canada's largest real estate property managers and developers. The mall is currently undergoing a major renovation.

Les Promenades de l'Outaouais  
Les Promenades de l'Outaouais is a major shopping centre located in Canada's National Capital Region. It is located in the city of Gatineau near the intersection of Greber and Maloney Boulevards, one of the city's busiest intersections and just off Autoroute 50.

Place Vertu  
Place Vertu is a Canadian shopping centre in the Montreal borough of Saint-Laurent in Quebec. It is located on Côte Vertu boulevard, corner of Thimens boulevard.

Upper Canada Mall  
Upper Canada Mall is a shopping mall located in Newmarket, Ontario, Canada, at the intersection of Davis Drive and Yonge Street. The mall is owned and operated by Ivanhoe Cambridge, one of the largest shopping centre development companies in Canada.

Southgate Centre  
Southgate Centre is a shopping centre located in south Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It contains 130 retailers including Sears, The Bay, Safeway, HMV, Coles, and many other small/chain stores. The mall tends to be more upscale than others and is currently undergoing a major expansion.

Champlain Place  
Champlain Place also known as Champlain Mall, is a shopping centre located in Dieppe, New Brunswick, Canada. It is the largest shopping centre in New Brunswick and the second largest mall in Atlantic Canada. Champlain Place is owned and operated by Cadillac Fairview.

Lime Ridge Mall  
Lime Ridge Mall, is an indoor shopping mall in the Upper City of Hamilton, Ontario, Canada, on Upper Wentworth Street. It is the largest Mall complex in the city, a dominant 826,000 square foot super regional shopping centre with over 200 stores including The Bay, Sears, Home Outfitters, Old Navy, and Sport Chek. [1] The mall, which also includes an office building, is managed by The Cadillac Fairview Corporation Limited and features four floors of office space.

Erin Mills Town Centre  
The Erin Mills Town Centre is a shopping mall located in the Erin Mills portion of Mississauga, Ontario Canada, at the corner of Erin Mills Parkway and Eglinton Avenue West. The mall is owned and managed by Cadillac Fairview. It opened in 1990.

Shoppers World Brampton  
Over 30 years old, Shoppers World Brampton was at one point in the 1970s Canada's top selling mall, per square foot. Currently it is host to over 190 stores, including Canadian Tire, Sears Outlet, Winners, Zellers and Staples/Business Depot. It is located at 499 Main Street South in Brampton, Ontario.

Sunridge Mall  
Sunridge Mall is a major enclosed shopping mall in Calgary, Alberta containing 758,626 square feet / 70,478.7 m² of retail space.[1] It is the leading shopping centre in the city's northeast quadrant, located at the corner of 36th Street NE and 26th Avenue NE. It is adjacent to the Rundle LRT station.

Fairview Park Mall  
Fairview Park Mall, situated at 2960 Kingsway Drive, is the largest shopping mall in Kitchener, Ontario, Canada with 730,000 square feet of Gross leasable area[1] and 120 stores.[2] It is owned and operated by Cadillac Fairview.

Rideau Centre  
Rideau Centre is a three-level shopping centre on Rideau Street in downtown Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. It borders on Rideau Street (and the Byward Market), the Rideau Canal, the Mackenzie King Bridge, and Nicholas Street.

Londonderry Mall  
Londonderry Mall is a shopping centre located in the north Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. It contains 150 stores and services including The Bay, Save-On-Foods, Winners, Sport Chek, Army & Navy, and Shoppers Drug Mart Having undergone a $140 million expansion and renovation in 1992, Londonderry Mall has a spacious interior, comfortable decor and warm, friendly atmosphere.

Bayshore Shopping Centre  
Bayshore Shopping Centre is a major shopping mall located in Ottawa, Ontario, Canada. This mall is one of the busiest in the National Capital Region as it attracts about 7 million visitors per year[3] from all of the city as well as from outside Ottawa.

Mail Champlain  
Mail Champlain (also known as Champlain Mall, in English) is a shopping mall located in Brossard, Quebec at the intersection of Taschereau Boulevard and Lapinière Boulevard. Mail Champlain is named in honour of Samuel de Champlain but references the Champlain Bridge that was built 13 years prior to the mall's opening.

Cambridge Centre  
Cambridge Centre is a major shopping mall in Cambridge, Ontario, located at 355 Hespeler Road. Hespeler Road, or Highway 24, is a major traffic artery in Cambridge, Ontario.

Centre Laval  
The Centre Laval is a shopping mall located in Laval, QC Canada corner St. Martin blvd. and Le Corbusier blvd. (near the Montmorency metro station).

Avalon Mall  
The Avalon Mall is the largest shopping centre in St. John's, Newfoundland and Labrador, Canada. It offers over 140 stores and services, movie theatres, a children's play area, and the largest food court in Atlantic Canada. The mall opened in 1967 and is owned by Crombie REIT, a real estate investment trust controlled by the Sobey family. The mall had major extensions in 1977, 1987 and 1999.

Mic Mac Mall  
Mic Mac Mall is a Canadian shopping mall located in Nova Scotia's Halifax Regional Municipality, in the community of Dartmouth.

Station Mall  
The Station Mall in Sault Ste. Marie, Ontario is the largest shopping mall in Northern Ontario, with 120 stores and 555,000 square feet (51,600 m²) of retail space [1]. Built in 1973, the mall has since undergone two major expansions. Its major tenants include Sears, Zellers and a 12-screen Galaxy Entertainment movie theatre complex.

Conestoga Mall  
Conestoga Mall is a major shopping mall situated at 550 King Street North in Waterloo, Ontario, Canada. Located at King Street's interchange with Highway 85 (Conestoga Parkway), it is the largest shopping centre in Waterloo, and third-largest in Waterloo Region.

Stone Road Mall  
Stone Road Mall, situated at Stone Road and Edinburgh, is the largest shopping mall in Guelph, Ontario, Canada with approximately 520,000 square feet (50,000 m²) of Gross leasable area and 130 stores. It is operated by Oxford Properties.

Park Place Mall  
Park Place Mall or Park Place Shopping Centre, built in 1988, is the largest mall in Lethbridge, Alberta, Canada. The 42,735 m² (460,000 sq ft)[1] mall covers four city blocks downtown and includes over 100 stores, including one anchor store, Sears, and key tenants Chapters, Galaxy Cinemas, Michaels, Staples, and Winners.

Intercity Shopping Centre  
Intercity Shopping Centre is a shopping mall in Thunder Bay, Ontario. It was one of the first shopping malls in Thunder Bay and is the largest of its kind in Northwestern Ontario, with 456,430 square feet (42,404 m²) of retail space. The mall was initially constructed in the 1950s on land that bordered the two former cities of Port Arthur and Fort William.