Local back-to-school shopping options

Aug 25, 2015

With back-to-school season in full swing, Timbercreek Communities has put together a few of your best bets for back to school shopping options. These include local Ottawa stores that offer clothing, school supplies, books and electronics.

Staples

Staples is less than a ten-minute walk from Timbercreek’s 222 Maclaren Street TD Ottawa SchoolApartments in Ottawa and is one of your best bets when it comes to back-to-school shopping. Staples offers a wide and affordable selection of school supplies, electronics and accessories. Whether you are looking for a new binder or a new computer, staples is the perfect place to find back-to-school deals.

Roadtrip Boutique

For the latest in girls and boys fashion, Roadtrip Boutique is a great local spot to pick up some back-to-school clothing. This ultimate style destination receives new items every day and showcases a large number of emerging new designers and well established lines. Roadtrip Boutique is situated in Ottawa’s ByWard Market District and is only a 15-minute walk from Timbercreek’s 145 York Street Community.

Best Buy

When it comes to purchasing a new laptop, tablet or phone for school, Best Buy is a great place to hunt for deals. They feature a massive selection of personal computers, entertainment software, smartphones, printers, tablets, tech accessories and a 24-hour computer support task force.

All Books Ottawa

All Books is an independent Ottawa bookstore that has over 15 years of experience in serving the local community. This is an affordable place to find both new and used textbooks. All Books also offers reference books, scholarly books, academic journals and a huge range of classic literature. All Books is a 35-minute transit ride from Timbercreek’s 145 York Street Community in Ottawa.

Back-to-school shopping will be a breeze with these easy and affordable local options for clothing, books, electronics and school supplies.

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