Canadian stores possess cash registers where you pay for your goods. Large stores, such as grocery stores, generally have many cash registers. When you want to buy something in a Canadian store you bring your goods to the cash register, wherever it is situated, line up and pay. Many Canadian stores are grouped together in huge shopping malls so you can do all your shopping in one place. Each store has its own cash registers where you pay for your purchases. Many places in Canada also have large open-air markets where you can buy fresh fruits and vegetables and other goods from local farmers and craftspeople. You pay each merchant for your purchases as you go along.