Canadian Bookstores part 2

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16. Book Bazaar (Ottawa, ON)

  

“The aisles are just stacks of books. Amazing selection of new and old books for the new reader all the way to collector. Books you’ll never find anywhere else, I could spend hours there!”

17. The Bookshelf (Guelph, ON)

  It has been our city’s only independent bookstore for over 42 years and is a hotbed of culture and activity year round. They support local and Canadian authors, always have in the best new books, have a great LGBTQ+ section, and super supportive owners. It’s also a plus that it’s not *just* an independent bookstore but also an indie cinema and bar and bistro!

18. Mables Fables (Toronto, ON)

 “It’s a children’s bookstore that is so much fun to walk around in and has so much selection and whimsy, it’s an adventure while looking for your next literary treasure.” 

19. Doug Miller Books (Toronto, ON)

It boasts a phenomenal fantasy and sci-fi section, as well as loads of graphic novels
20. Glad Day (Toronto, ON)

It’s the oldest surviving queer bookstore in North America, and is amazing place to find one of kind books for members of the community and allies alike.
21. Juniper Books (Windsor, ON)

 It’s a house that has books in every room on every floor. I think it’s cute because there are cooking books in the oven. The books are lovely and well priced
22. Words Worth Books (Waterloo, ON)

 Great book sellers and a long history as a staple in the community. Not to be missed
23. Mac’s Fireweed Books (Whitehorse, YT)

They’re a locally owned business that I’ve been spending far too much time in since I could read
24. Owl’s Nest Bookstore (Fredericton, NB)

 The three stories are full of nooks and crannies, lots of different areas of explore, couches to read on and piles of books everywhere. They also have an awesome buy back program that lets you earn money toward more books
25. Westminster Books (Fredericton, NB)

 Westminster is a lot smaller than Owl’s Nest but they carry a wide selection and a lot of stuff I could never find at Chapters/Indigo
26. Tidewater Books (Sackville, NB)

 What’s not in stock, they track it down for you. Friendly, knowledgeable and great displays.
27. The Bookman (Charlottetown, PE)

 
It’s pretty much the best bookstore I’ve ever been in. It’s stacked with books up to the ceiling, and has the cutest store dog named Jerry
28. NovelTea Bookstore Cafe (Truro, NS)

This store has been a huge success in our little town. Great food, coffee and most importantly… books
29. Woozles (Halifax, NS)

 It’s Canada’s oldest children’s bookstore and is full of great books and toys for kids of all ages
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