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Woodbine Centre

Took a friend for a tour of the place about four weeks ago. He hadn't been back to the area in over 15 years. Supper depressing. He kept rushing from place top place expecting certain stores to be there only to be sorely disappointed.
 
Took a friend for a tour of the place about four weeks ago. He hadn't been back to the area in over 15 years. Supper depressing. He kept rushing from place top place expecting certain stores to be there only to be sorely disappointed.
By some total miracle, the Bay is still there, perhaps anchoring the place.
 
New trailers, or are they just being moved over?

These trailers will never be opened again. All going to be trashed I can guarantee
hard to tell if its new ones or old ones being moved, woodbine property still full of trailers like before, but i didn't view around the whole property
 
Legend has it that The Bay was built on a Native Indian burial ground. A once sacred land that was inhabited by the Kahlou'S'auw't Kehihnge
descendants. A lineage that can be traced back several generations through the extensive findings of local historian Jonathan Julias "JJ"
Muggs. As a common misconception, the icon of the horse which adorns the Woodbine Fantasy Fair logo is actually based on the bareback
riders that protected these hunting grounds from the influence of liquidated omens.

Out of respect for the Kahlou'S'auwt people and their culture, The Bay at the Woodbine Centre is more than just a longstanding anchor;
historically speaking, the land encompassing Woodbine's formative years was deemed a heritage site by the city of (Urban) Toronto back in
1985.

For more information on the subject, I'm also available for lectures on College and University campuses. Cash only.
 
Legend has it that The Bay was built on a Native Indian burial ground. A once sacred land that was inhabited by the Kahlou'S'auw't Kehihnge
descendants. A lineage that can be traced back several generations through the extensive findings of local historian Jonathan Julias "JJ"
Muggs. As a common misconception, the icon of the horse which adorns the Woodbine Fantasy Fair logo is actually based on the bareback
riders that protected these hunting grounds from the influence of liquidated omens.

Out of respect for the Kahlou'S'auwt people and their culture, The Bay at the Woodbine Centre is more than just a longstanding anchor;
historically speaking, the land encompassing Woodbine's formative years was deemed a heritage site by the city of (Urban) Toronto back in
1985.

For more information on the subject, I'm also available for lectures on College and University campuses. Cash only.
Heh lol! You probably offended someone… but.. that’s kind of the point of comedy isn’t it?
 
On a quiet Monday afternoon, I sauntered my way into the Woodbine Centre.

*holds for applause & gasps from Urban Toronto readers*

After that minor kerfuffle with the Toronto Fire Safety ward, Shop-A-Lot has re-opened ...with a vengeance.

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Get ready for fun in the sun with these new pool inflatables.

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For lack of a better PG-13 word, I wonder if the models on the package are a little too excited for this Shop A Lot exclusive?

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Fans of U2 will be pleased to know that Shop-A-Lot has grounded up the popular Irish band into expired, bite-sized candy from Turkey!

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In a bid to save electricity, I remember the Woodbine being extra quiet around 1PM. That's probably because the speakers that used to play music
through the mall were shut off during my visit.

Where I was once greeted by a playlist of the hottest tracks from 2007, I could now hear every cough and fart from the Woodbine's shoppers.
It's intimate moments like this with the general public that make life worth living.

Fans savoring a bite from NY Fries will also be pleased to know that the popular food kiosk has left the Woodbine Centre, too.
 
Why are you so obsessed with this dump?? This is literally the only thread I see you post in.
woodbine mall, doesnt have to be a dump, its the owners fault.
I suppose I could understand being a little frustrated if something like the closest grocery store to me shut down. But I don't get having any sort of emotional attachment to a mall. There's several other large malls in the GTA (maybe all of them?) that haven't reached this level of being nearly deserted.
 
I suppose I could understand being a little frustrated if something like the closest grocery store to me shut down. But I don't get having any sort of emotional attachment to a mall.
If you are in the area,
Woodbine centre has the nearest dollar store. Nothing over $5 ever. Great deals that can't be found anywhere else.
I would be upset not being able to get my fix of 591ml bottles of pop for only $1.50 when everyone else is charging at least $2.50.
The Bay...now that's a whole different story. I am amazed they have not become a clearance centre by now...
 

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