There are some 'newish' shops around Toronto. They include: Adrift and Hammer. They are both within an easy 10-20 minute skate or streetcar ride of Yonge St, so if you get the chance and you're downtown, be sure to check them out. They deserve your support!
Adrfit - Kensington Market, Toronto
Hammer - Beaches, Toronto
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