Agincourt Mall

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Agincourt Mall
Agincourt mall.png
Location 3850 Sheppard Avenue East
Toronto, Ontario
M1T 3L4
Opening date 1968[1]
No. of stores and services 60+
No. of anchor tenants 2
Total retail floor area 317,425 sq ft (29,490 m2)
No. of floors 2
Parking 1700[citation needed]

Agincourt Mall is a shopping mall located at the northwest corner of Kennedy Road and Sheppard Avenue, in the Tam O'Shanter – Sullivan neighbourhood of Scarborough, in northeastern Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It is named for the adjacent historic village and current Toronto neighbourhood of Agincourt.

Anchors and majors[edit]

Original stores[edit]

Woolco[2] and Loblaws were the original anchors, with the grocery store opening October 26, 1966, before the rest of the mall.[3]

Phase 2 of the mall opened Wednesday, November 23, 1966 at 10 am; given the pre-Christmas date, Santa Claus attended, handing out candy canes.[4]

Scarborough Public Library operated a small branch (Agincourt Neighbourhood Library) in the mall since 1967,[5] but it was relocated in 1991 to a new building at 155 Bonis Avenue (as Agincourt District) in behind the mall and run by Toronto Public Library since 1998.

2011 fire[edit]

On 2011, Agincourt Mall was on fire, causing shoppers to run out of the mall quickly, no one was hurt or injured. The mall was surrounded by fire trucks trying to put out the fire on the mall's roof.

View of parking lot at Agincourt Mall
Agincourt Mall


  1. ^ "Nostalgia Tripping: Agincourt Village". Blog TO. Retrieved 7 September 2014. 
  2. ^ "Woolco Check (advertisement)". The Toronto Star. 28 January 1978. 
  3. ^ "Low price Cash savings! Loblaws (advertisement)". The Toronto Star. 26 October 1966. 
  4. ^ "The Second Phase of Agincourt Mall Opens Tomorrow (advertisement)". The Toronto Star. 22 November 1966. p. 22. 
  5. ^

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Coordinates: 43°47′06″N 79°17′31″W / 43.7851°N 79.2920°W / 43.7851; -79.2920