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You could also check out Accurate Technologies in Willowdale - I've never been there but they're actually in North York. Check out this link for a list of possible dealers... Woody's GTA Mac Dealers List
Might checkout CompuSmart on Kennedy Road and 401 (realising its probably further than downtown for you) since they have mini's in stock. Also, as you're a student, if you buy from Apple directly, you'll get an educational discount that some retailers don't offer - some do though). You need to click on the green apple, put in your province, then institution, then student ID. Saves 10% or so depending on the items.
Accurate Technologies is a small store but very good. Willing to spend time with you. Just a few blocks north of the Willowdale Ave. stop on the Sheppard subway.
If you're a student, check out the educational prices online. Can you use the U of T bookstores? they carry Macs.
Accurate Technologies is okay but when I went to buy my first Mac I asked for a stock PowerMac G4 Quicksilver 2002. They asked if I used high speed internet. I said yes. After I got it home I realized they gave me one without a 56K modem, which would have been part of a 'stock' machine. I guess they figured I didn't need one since I'd be using ethernet for the internet. Struck me as lack of respect. Luckily I did not need to receive faxes anyway.