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This is an annual event with many homes participating. One day only.
CANADA DAY, July 1st. Furniture, books, household and on and on.
Too much to list. Fairside runs north off Mortimer one street east of
Coxwell, East York.

Church Yard Sale

IPESS Yard sale
Starting at 10 am

Weston Presbyterian Church, 11 Cross Street, York, ON M9N 2B8

weston presbyterian church parking lot

Multi-Family Yard Sale (ETOBICOKE)

2nd Annual Multi-Family Yard Sale in your friendly Alderwood neighborhood in Etobicoke! Near intersection (Browns Line & Horner Avenue)

Lots of stuff ... household items, pot lights, light fixtures, furniture, dishes, books, tools, toys, cake pans, baskets and much more!

Come by on Sat. June 25th from 9am till 12pm.

Woodsworth Co-Op Yard Sale

Juse 25 2016 9ham-1hpm
Woodsworth Housing Co-op is having a Community Yard Sale!
Come & see what treasures will be on display for your edification and even to purchase!
Bring $$$ and walk away with Books, DVDs, Furnishings, Clothing, Flatware, You-Name-It!
2 Blocks South-East of the St Lawrence Market, beside David Crombie Park - look for the Swings!
See you Saturday!

Trunk Sale Bazaar June 25 at DC3 Kipling & Westway

Come to the Treasures in the Trunk Sale
Saturday June 25, 2016
9am - 1pm
6 Kilburn Place Etobicoke ON M9R 2X5
Corner of Kipling & Westway
New & Used Treasures * 50/50 Draw * Silent Auction

Vendors space available:
One parking space is $25, you supply your own set up


at St. Matthias Anglican Church, 1428 Royal York Rd., 1 blk north of Eglinton Ave. Featuring inside: gently used household items, toys, art, jewellery, fine goods, books and lots of great deals. Join us for lunch: burgers, hotdogs and beverages. Outside: vendors (weather permitting). New vendors welcome $20 per space. For more info. call church office at 416 244-4211.

Armour Heights Presbyterian Legendary Rummage Sale

Armour Heights Presbyterian Legendary Rummage Sale 
A huge selection of good quality books, vintage vinyl, artwork, housewares, small appliances, sports equipment, toys, electrical items, jewelry, accessories, collectibles, furniture and much, much more! 

Saturday, Apr. 23, 10 a.m. - 2 p.m. 
Held at Armour Heights Presbyterian Church 
Cash/cheques only 

Armour Heights Presbyterian Church 
105 Wilson Ave. 
Toronto, ON M5M 2Z9 
(416) 485-4000


All items are organized according to departments: Shoes, Womens Clothing, Childrens Toys, Kitchenware, Electronics, Childrens Clothing... and much more!

All items have been donated. All rummage sale staff are unpaid volunteers. All the proceeds are distributed to charitable organizations.

Church of the Resurrection
1 Resurrection Rd. Toronto

Friday, April 22nd: 10am - 8pm
Saturday, April 23rd: 9am - 12 noon

Amazing Find : Revolutionary War documents found at yard sale prove a real steal.

Turns out this bargain was quite a steal.

A Toronto-area woman unwittingly purchased six Revolutionary War-era documents at a upstate New York estate sale for $3 about a year ago -- only to learn the state of New Jersey has long been looking for them.

"I thought I hit the jackpot; I was all excited, like I had a winning lottery ticket," Christine Ridout, 52, told the Philadelphia Inquirer. "Never in my lifetime would I have expected to come across anything like this. Then, I looked at the State of New Jersey website and felt like I was holding a lottery ticket that had expired.”

Among the long-lost papers was one dating to 1771, signed by William Franklin, the illegitimate son of Ben Franklin and reportedly the last colonial governor of the Garden State.

Another from 1710 sported the royal seal of the court of St. James in Britain.

Ridout recalled for the Inquirer the moment she spotted the aged, tattered document in a cardboard box sitting atop a kitchen table.  The estate sale had reportedly been one of several such garage sales the veteran bargain hunter had stopped by that day in Buffalo.

“I asked, 'How much?' and was told $3, so I said, 'OK, I'll take them,' " Ridout told the paper. "I had no sense of their history or value.”

Alas, the Inquirer reports that at least five of the six documents have been reported stolen by the state of New Jersey to the FBI, among other law enforcement agencies.

"That's my kind of luck," Ridout reportedly said. "I thought [the discovery of the 18th-century materials] really knocked it out of the park. But the State of New Jersey says, 'It belongs to us.'"

State officials have since requested the return of the materials – which the Inquirer quotes sources as saying could be worth thousands of dollars.

The Value Village Rewards card

     If you shop often at the Value Village, don`t forget to sign up for their Rewards card (if you haven`t already). Its totally free and it will allow you to access some of their deals (usually on used clothes).

Double Take Thrift Store

Double Take Thrift Store

Double Take Thrift Store is an employment initiative of Yonge Street Mission where gently used, high quality clothing, furniture and housewares can be purchased at very affordable prices.
The store provides “first time” employment for many community members. Participants in other areas of YSM can choose their own clothing through gift certificates given in programs.
SHOW[case] – This “store within a store” is a unique room inside Double Take where bargain hunters can find great vintage and antique items, unique merchandise and upscale clothing, at reasonable prices. Open Tues, Wed and Sat 2-6 pm, Thurs and Fri 2- 7 pm.
You can donate your gently used items during store hours or contact the store for a pick-up if you have a large amount to give. Check out our Double Take flyer for a list of most needed and not accepted donations.
Double Take is located at, 310 Gerrard Street East Toronto, ON M5A 2G7. There is free customer parking in the lot adjacent to the building.
Double Take hours:
  • Monday – Wednesday 10am to 7pm
  • Thursday – Friday 10am to 8pm
  • Saturday 10am to 6pm
  • Sunday 10am to 5pm
For more information contact the store directly at 416.925.7198 or
The Elegant Garage Sale
1588 Bayview Ave. Toronto, On.
Website :
Buy and Sell fine furniture/antiques
Monday-Tuesday 11-5
Wednesday-Thursday 11-8
Friday 11-9
Saturday-Sunday 11-7

Goodwill locations in Toronto

   Just added the Goodwill stores locations in Toronto. (Goodwill is similar to the Value Village. Used stuff, cheap prices, great finds.)

Garage sales season is pretty much dead right now, but...

     If you have a passion for used stuff and still want to get deals don`t forget to visit :

     The Value Village  : They`re open 7 days a week, and they always have now stuff!

     The Salvation Army Thrift Stores : They`ve been around forever, and that`s where the greatest deals are made.
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