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Junction Flea moves out of the Junction

Toronto's bargain hounds, vintage seekers and craft lovers will have a new hunting ground this summer: the Junction Flea has found a new home on Sterling Road, just south of Perth, in the Junction Triangle. The new location, which appears to be an empty lot nestled among industrial buildings, is a quick walk up from Dundas West, down from Bloor, or just off the Railpath.

The market's original location, in a lot at Dundas and Keele, became unavailable at the end of last year's market season, with construction finally set to start on the Duke condo development.

The owners say they'll continue to alternate the new destination with their east-end market at the Evergreen Brick Works (and no, they will not take any sass about the Junction Flea no longer being located in the Junction). The first market of the season will be held May 18 at the Brick Works, with the new location making its debut June 8; check out their full summer schedule here.

Photo by Jesse Milns


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