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Independent Bookstores in Manitoba

NewPages.com guide to the best Manitoba indie bookstores

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  • Poor Michael's
  • 322 Hwy. 10
  • City: Onanole
  • Phone: (204) 848-0336
  • Type: Used books
  • Specialty: General Interest
  • Sidelines: Café/Food, Coffee/Tea, Gifts, Magazines/Newspapers
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A fine selection of used books and vinyl. Art by Manitoba artists, global crafts, and home decor. Really good coffee, delicious desserts, and light lunches.

McNally Robinson Booksellers is a large, prairie-owned independent bookstore that hosts hundreds of author events every year.

Eclectic selection of 25,000 hand-selected antiquarian and secondhand books, well-organized by our friendly staff.

McNally Robinson is an independent bookseller: family-oriented, committed to the values of community bookselling, and determined to present an alternative to corporate-chain bookstores. Our focus is on Canada, and we work closely with authors and publishers to reach Canadians with their own stories.

McNally Robinson is an independent, local, and eventful bookstore committed to the values of community bookselling.

Something for everyone. A huge selection of used books, videos, vinyl, music, and games. Probably the cheapest prices of new and collectors comics in town.

Open for business since 1994, WHODUNIT was bought in 2007 by loyal customers Jack and Wendy Bumsted. WHODUNIT is Winnipeg’s specialty mystery bookstore, offering a full range of crime fiction, with UK and Canadian authors prominently featured.