Top 10 Canadian Malls

If you still have holiday shopping to do, then check out these great one-stop locales.

Jennifer Coxby Jennifer Cox

Carrefour Laval

Just on the outskirts of Montreal, this fashion-centric mall features 1.3 million square feet of shopping space, with more than 300 stores to choose from.


Toronto shoppers and beyond go to this internationally-recognized mall, with an array of the world's highest end labels (like Prada, Holt Renfrew, and the like) and has been compared to other iconic shopping areas like Rodeo Drive and Fifth Avenue in the Big Apple.

West Edmonton Mall

Not only can you shop at this centre, which is the largest in the country (and the continent, and the 10th largest in the world), but you can ride roller coasters, visit the waterslides or the indoor lake, practice your golf swing, bowl, and so much more.

Metropolis at Metrotown

Located in Burnaby, BC, this shopping centre, the biggest in the province, has 400 stores and services, making finishing up that holiday to-do list a breeze.

Chinook Centre

Calgary's go-to shopping paradise, the Chinook has department stores, flagship stores, and exclusive boutiques all under one roof.

Polo Park

Winnipeg's largest mall boasts 200 of the finest shops and services and has a spacious 14-outlet food gallery with two adjoining restaurants, two home fashion stores, and a SilverCity Cinema on the perimeter of the 5,600 vehicle parking lot.

Halifax Shopping Centre

The most massive in all of Atlantic Canada, this Nova Scotia hotspot is where everyone goes for shopping throughout the year, not just for the holidays.

The Pen Centre

A shopping mall with over 170 shops, services and restaurants, this mall is Niagara's largest destination for shopping at one million square feet. You'll find all the brands including Aeropostale, American Eagle, the Bay, H&M, HomeSense, Old Navy, Sears, SportChek, and Winners.

Rideau Centre

Those living in the capital region make all their purchases at Rideau Centre. Located in the heart of downtown Ottawa just one block away from Parliament Hill, they have the biggest names in fashion, beauty, accessories, electronics, entertainment, and more.

Guildford Town Centre

If you're in the Surrey, BC area then you've likely been to Guildford, with a vast array of 200 stores to meet all your shopping needs.