Vintage views of one of (if not) the first shopping malls in Canada. DON MILLS CONVENIENCE CENTRE was dedicated in 1955. Originally encompassing 15 stores and services, it included a Dominion supermarket and Koffler's Drug. 
Photo from Panda Architectural Photography Collection, Canadian Architectural Archives, University of Calgary / Image Number 59963-48


Toronto-based Eaton's added one of their earliest branches to DON MILLS CONVENIENCE CENTRE in 1961. The mall was enclosed in 1978 and completely demolished in 2006. It was redeveloped as SHOPS AT DON MILLS, an open-air "lifestyle" complex.
Photo from Panda Architectural Photography Collection, Canadian Architectural Archives, University of Calgary / Image Number 55943-14