good neighbour toronto

Leslieville now has a one stop shop for clothes and gifts

Arty, fashion-forward general stores - the kind that pair designer denim with hand-printed greeting cards - are a dime a dozen in Toronto. But head past the Don into the east end, and the pickings start to get mighty slim. Spying a void that needed filling, Aziz Alam took over a former production house for Degrassi (yep, Degrassi) in Leslieville and converted it into a cheerful, two-floor spot that offers shoppers everything from made-in-Toronto button-downs and grooming products to novelty tees and goofy glassware hand-picked from the Drake General Store.

Read my profile of Good Neighbour in the fashion section.


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