Six spots to pick up cool sou­venirs, from tchotchkes to leather goods.

Find ev­ery­thing from tchotchkes to leather goods at th­ese top stops for Toronto gifts and sou­venirs

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1 Drake Gen­eral Store

Cheeky iron-on de­cals are a sta­ple at this si­mul­ta­ne­ously kitschy and stylish shop.The Drake’s play­ful gifts in­clude gourmet food, lapel pins, dish­ware and ap­parel. 1151 Queen St. W., 2607 Yonge St., other lo­ca­tions, drakegen­er­al­

Street­car iron-on patch, $7

2 Peace Col­lec­tive

This spot on Ossington Av­enue of­fers pop­u­lar streetwear with slo­gans like “Home is Toronto” and “Toronto vs Ev­ery­body,” along with a deca­dent milk­shake counter. 131 Ossington Ave., peace-col­lec­ T-shirt, $34.99

3 Hud­son’s Bay

North Amer­ica’s oldest re­tailer sells tons of Cana­dian goods, in­clud­ing its own iconic striped blan­ket, as well as a line com­mem­o­rat­ing Canada’s 150th birthday. 176 Yonge St., 44 Bloor St. E., other lo­ca­tions, the­ Portage pad­dle, $20

4 Spac­ing

This unique store, which grew out of a pop­u­lar ur­ban magazine of the same name, sells TTC but­tons and mag­nets, along with other city-cen­tric mer­chan­dise, like maps, books and prints. 401 Rich­mond St. W., spac­ing­ Toronto sub­way but­tons, $2 each or $15 for a 19-but­ton set

5 Outer Layer

This west-end de­siti­na­tion car­ries a wide range of greet­ing cards and sta­tionery, ac­ces­sories, gad­gets, bath and beauty prod­ucts and more. 577 Queen St. W., out­er­ Wav­ing Moun­tie, $30

6 Roots

Founded in 1973, Roots is a sta­ple Cana­dian out­let for ca­sual ap­parel, leather goods, home decor and ac­ces­sories, of­ten fea­tur­ing na­tional sym­bols like beavers, maple leaves and ca­noes. 220 Yonge St., other lo­ca­tions, Back­pack, $208

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