Peel region offers a range of places to shop for everything you need and want for example large shopping malls such as Mississauga's Square One Shopping Centre and Bramalea City Centre, local farmers markets and grocery stores, flea markets and thrift stores.

As a very multicultural community, there are also many ethnic and cultural stores where you can find familiar food or household items from your own country.

To find ethnic stores near you contact a Settlement Service Organization.

Shopping Malls

Mississauga and Brampton are both home to several large shopping malls.


The City of Mississauga website has more information about local shopping.


For a list of more places to shop, visit the City of Brampton website.

Farmers Markets

Buying healthy food can be a challenge when you're living on a tight budget. EatRight Ontario offers excellent resources on food choices when money is tight including low-cost recipes as well as healty eating. 

Local produce is picked fresh and tastes great. Our local farmers markets usually open in summer months include:

Grown in Peel  links people to the farmers and farm families who produce their food as well as the land where the food is grown.

Flea Markets

Flea markets are shopping places where small businesses can sell their goods. Similar to outdoor markets, in Canada, they are usually in large buildings and are open only on the weekends.

Thrift Stores 

The Salvation Army, Goodwill and Value Village are stores where you can find affordable, gently used clothing, furniture and other household items.

Garage Sales

In spring and fall, many homeowners have garage sales to sell household items that aren't useful to them anymore. These sales are usually great for finding gently used furniture, items for the home and even clothing.

Check the local newspapers or watch for signs that advertise garage sales in neighbourhoods. Most garage sales are on weekends and it is best to get there early in the morning to find the best items.

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