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The Best Flea Markets and Thrift Stores in Montreal

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Updated: 1 June 2017
Montreal is a fashionable city and a popular shopping destination. Beyond upscale shops and chain stores, the city also offers a variety of options for the thrifty shopper. If you want to take a step beyond the numerous well-curated vintage boutiques and start rummaging around on your own, here are some of the best flea markets and thrift stores in and around Montreal.
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Le Magasin du Chaînon

Le Magasin du Chaînon is an organization that provides shelter and support for women facing difficulty in Quebec. The Chaînon store in the Plateau neighborhood sells clothing, furniture, and home accessories—donated by the community—at an affordable price, and the income from the store is the main source of funding for the organization.

Le Magasin du Chaînon, 4375 St-Laurent Blvd, Montreal, QC, Canada, +1 514 843 4354

La Boutique Les Petits Frères

La Boutique, tucked away in the Plateau, offers a well-organized selection of secondhand items such as clothes, shoes, jewelry, accessories, household goods, and more. Volunteers run the store, and proceeds go toward providing elder care for seniors in Montreal.

La Boutique Les Petits Frères, 1380 Gilford, Montreal, QC, Canada, +1 514 527 8653

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Metropolitan Flea Market

The Metropolitan Flea Market (Marché aux puces métropolitain) is not only the largest indoor flea market in the city, but it’s also the biggest in Canada. Located in Saint-Leonard, the market has 700 kiosk spaces selling items that range from clothing, shoes, jewelry and accessories to games, home décor items, beauty products, and more. The market also has a selection of food options for when you need an energy boost after hours of browsing curios and countless other objects.

Metropolitan Flea Market, 6245 Boul Métropolitain E, Saint-Léonard, QC, Canada, +1 514 955 8989

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St. Michel Flea Market

For those who love to rummage around for hours, St. Michel Flea Market (Marché aux puces St-Michel) is a great place to visit. You can find a variety of knick-knacks, curios, jewelry, comic books, vintage toys, cheap fashions, and more.

St. Michel Flea Market, 7707 Ave Shelley, Montreal, QC, Canada, +1 514 691 1062

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St. Hubert Flea Market (Boutique Marcado)

Located on the South Shore, the St. Hubert Flea Market offers a collection of specialty stores, kiosks, boutiques, and stalls that offer bargain items, including books, furniture, clothes, tools, toys, and sporting goods.

Boutique Marcado, 565 Taschereau Blvd #900, Saint-Hubert, QC, Canada, +1 450 462 9792

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