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Shopping

From large Ottawa malls to exclusive Ottawa shops and boutiques, to unique gift and souvenir stores, shopping in Ottawa is a favoured activity of visitors and residents alike. Downtown shopping provides a host of shopping opportunities, from the 150-store Rideau Centre to the boutiques and craft shops of the ByWard Market, the Downtown Rideau district, and Sparks Street – the country's first and oldest pedestrian shopping mall. West Ottawa includes great outdoor stores and a major Ottawa shopping centre – Bayshore Shopping Centre – while east Ottawa is home to two popular Ottawa malls – St. Laurent Shopping Centre and Place d'Orleans.

 
 

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