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    AudioAce Well-Known Member

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    Winnipeg, MB.
     
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    Toronto here!
     
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    Yeah, centre of the universe, capital of the country! Welcome!
     
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    Edmonton here .
     
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    Sweet! I went to the U of A, and I'm a big fan of Edmonton. Got a few really nice record stores up there, and you guys have The Spins too!
     
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    Thanks Battleflag. Yeah I love it here. We are fortunate to have quite a few outstanding record stores. Listen, Blackbyrd, Freecloud, Eroc, Record Collectors Paradise...

    Im embarrassed to say I've yet to attend a Spins. Its on my list!
     
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    Irishman but calling Montreal home for most of the last ten years.

    Phonopolis, Bernard W - likely the best in town for electronic and selected rock
    Sonorama, Bernard W - excellent for true digging. Lots of second hand stuff and the staff are really nice
    Aux 33 Tours, Mont-Royal - favoured by many. If you like Jean Le Loup and other Quebecois French folk, you may do a little sex wee


    Do a bit of digging in Toronto too.

    Cosmos, Queen W - good for soul, jazz and hip hop.
    Grasshopper, Dundas W - used to be good for second hand but I think it died and went to the vinyl store in the sky.
    Rotate This, Ossington - yet to fully engage.

    If true locals want to add their tips.....forgive my blow-in taking over of your hoods!
     
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  8. mango

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    Toronto, where the best stores are Sonic Boom, Tonality, Faith/Void, and Kops.

    Edit: Only just saw the above post by Finn. Hope mine doesn't seem snarky but you can assuredly consider it my response anyway.
     
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    You forgot June, my man...
     
  10. Aelias

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    Hey all, Calgary here. I just started collecting in the past year, having Sloth and Blackbyrd (and London Drugs) in my area is great.
     
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    Welcome! Always nice to see more Calgarians around here. Sloth and Blackbyrd are great stores, I would be in trouble if I lived any closer to them.
     
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    Thanks! Yah it's a bit of an issue haha. Ah well, it's problem I don't mind having.
     
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