The market takes place on the third Sunday of every month. Twenty three vendors offered an eclectic range of items - from antiques to vintage and salvaged items, art, hand-crafted designs and clothing.
Aside from the patio furniture store options detailed here, there is always the ever-joyous Canadian Tire, Ikea, Home Depot, Target and Urban Barn chains to name a few of the omissions. For those in the vicinity of Richmond Hill, I'd also recommend checking out General Products which bills its store as having the largest selection of quality patio furniture in the country.
Here is a list of the best stores for patio and outdoor furniture in Toronto.
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This Week in Fashion: Hudson's Bay unveils new shoe department, Frische Magazine, Gladstone Pop-Up Shop
Last week, Hudson's Bay Queen Street (176 Yonge St) unveiled its new department: a 50,000 square foot space on the ground floor dedicated solely to women's shoes (pardon the pun), making it the largest in Canada of its kind. Both the store's mid-range and luxury shoes can now be found in the shiny, massive room though they were previously separated. I know it's already a lot to take in, but Hudson's Bay has more brands and more sub-boutiques planned for the near future - brace yourselves!