AVIA or Video Essentials in Toronto....

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  1. Phil

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    Hi Everybody,
    Anyone out there able to tell me where I can pick-up (new or used) a copy of Avia - Guide to HT or Video Essentials in the Greater Toronto Area? I heard that Future Shop used to carry it but I checked, no luck.
    Thanks,
    Phil[​IMG]
     
  2. Miles_W

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    You might want to try Bay Street Video. They are at Bay and Bloor ( On Bay just south a little near the Tim Hortons opposite Indigo)

    Miles
     
  3. Phil

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    Miles,

    Thanks, I'll give them a try.

    Phil
     
  4. Miles_W

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    There is one other place that I know of that might have them. There is an excellent dvd store up in Richmond hill called DVD Wave, I belive they are on Leslie near 14th ave. Let me know if you need more info...

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    I'd also like to know some other places in the GTA where this might be available. Anything in the Durham region or Scarborough?
     
  6. Dave Simpson

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    C'mon Chris! Surely a fella from Ajax takes a short trip to the Pickering Flea from time to time? As mentioned above by Miles, DVD Wave ( www.dvdwavecanada.com ) from Richmond Hill is indeed excellent. But what makes the store even better for east-enders such as ourselves, is that they pack the whole thing up and move it to the Flea every weekend (Richmond Hill location is closed on the weekends, I believe). The top guy's name is Michel, and he's always a pleasure to deal with. WRT Avia and/or VE, your best bet is to call the store during the week, and ask him to bring a copy for you to the Flea. Always works for me. Cheers.
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  7. Arthur Legardo

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    Chris PC, DVDWave has a stall at the Pickering Flea Market on the weekends, I forget what aisle he is in though. Call his store during the week and tell him that you'll pick it up at the flea market.
     
  8. Dave Gilbert

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    Couple of clarifications:
    DVD Wave is on Leslie, north of 16th Ave. First plaza on left past 16th Ave.
    They are open on Saturdays.
     
  9. Miles_W

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    Thanks Dave, my bad on the location...

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  11. PeteD

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    Edwards Record World at Yonge and Eglinton usually has a copy in stock of VE.

    P.
     

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