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When you think about the shopping meccas of the world, Moncton, New Brunswick, probably isn’t the first place that comes to mind. But rest assured that you can score some outstanding deals in what Readers Digest called “Canada’s most polite and honest city.”
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The major shopping mall in the area is Champlain Place, located just under 2 km from downtown Moncton. Champlain Place is home to all the stores you need to load up your wardrobe for the coming year, as well as update your furniture and purchase additional goodies. To enjoy a more local shopping experience, head to downtown Moncton’s Main Street and spend some time in its many boutiques and small, independent stores. Pick up pieces by local artists, sample imported teas, and find that perfect souvenir to bring home to your neighbor. Main Street is also home to many of Moncton’s best restaurants, so stop by a Japanese, French, or Italian eatery to satiate the hunger you worked up while shopping.
Still not done with your retail therapy? Off Wheeler Boulevard you’ll find Wheeler Park Power Centre, which is filled to the brim with big box stores and outlets. This is the place to hit when you’re ready to polish off your trip; at this point, you’ll be running out of space in your hotel room to stash your purchases.
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