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Sunrise Records is closing its two Toronto locations

Sunrise Records is closing its two Toronto locations
(Image: Sunrise Records Burlington Mall/Facebook)

Sunrise Records is closing both of its downtown Toronto locations (the company has two stores on Yonge street, one south of Bloor and the other just north of Dundas). After Reddit users noticed an alarming sale, store employees confirmed that the indie music chain’s new owner has decided to focus on the brand’s London, Barrie, Brantford and Burlington outlets. The Etobicoke shop will also remain open, but both downtown stores will close their doors on November 15. In the meantime, record buffs can stock up on vinyl, CDs and pop merchandise at up to 40 per cent off.

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