Dufferin Mall
Dufferin Mall is a shopping mall and office complex in Toronto, Canada. It is located on the west side of Dufferin Street, between Sylvan Avenue and Croatia Street, south of the intersection of Bloor Street West, on the site of a former race track, in the Dufferin Grove neighbourhood.

Dufferin Mall is a well-established, 567,000-square-foot (52,700 m 2) regional shopping centre, known for community collaboration in the densely populated west end of Toronto. Anchored by H&M, Winners, Wal-Mart, Toys 'R' Us and a No Frills Supermarket, Dufferin Mall features over 140 shops and services, and has over 12 million shopper visits annually. Dufferin Mall is owned and managed by Primaris REIT.

The location was previously occupied by the Dufferin Racetrack, a horse race track which operated from 1907 until 1955. The first shopping plaza on the site was established in 1956. The shopping plaza was converted to enclosed mall space in the 1970s. In the 2000s, the mall underwent an interior facelift.

The mall is served by the route 29 Dufferin Street bus, and is located one block south of the Dufferin subway station.

Mobile application
Dufferin Mall has a free downloadable app for iPhone iPad and iPod touch, available on iTunes at the Apple App Store. The new app was created to enhance shoppers’ experience by allowing users to easily find products and services through a single search function called “What are you looking for?” Personal Shopping and Virtual Guest Services features are also included.