Toronto’s Apple Store Eaton Centre grand opening this Saturday, May 6

Apple has announced that they will hold a Grand Opening celebration for their newest Canadian store, Apple Store Eaton Centre. The celebration features a week of exciting events. In store, Apple will have a variety of unique and educational presentations, demonstrations and workshops — all free of charge.

The first 1000 people to visit the Apple store receive a free Apple T-shirt and visitors can enter the Grand Opening Sweepstakes to win a Digital Lifestyle Collection valued at $2229. The winner will receive a 17-inch flat-panel Intel Core Duo iMac, an iPod nano, a Canon PowerShot SD450 digital camera, a Sony Handycam CCD-TRV138, and an HP Deskjet 5440 printer.

The Apple Store Eaton Centre is located at 220 Yonge Street, Toronto, Ontario.

More info here.

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  1. Shopping list for the holidays in Toronto?

    “8 comic books, 7 packs of smokes, 6 packs of two-four, 5 golden toques, 4 pounds of back bacon, 3 French toasts, 2 turtlenecks, and a iMac with a beer in a tree.”

  2. Paul said: “Its not at street level. Its a pretty crappy location upstairs on the top floor. Rather dissapointing if you ask me.”

    I don’t think there’s much better available in that mall.

    I would love to see the “Professional Studio” (or whatever the config is called in the Queen West village on a corner like Spadina and Queen. That side of town has a big part of the fashion, music and other creative communities. Sort of the “Soho” of Toronto.

    But I’m sure The Steve isn’t done with T.O. yet!

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  3. Would be great if Ottawa, Montreal, Edmonton and Vancouver could get Apple stores. I’m even willing to bet that Apple has more per macs per capita in Canada than in the US.

    We NEED MORE stores!

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