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This cross border shopping expert says SHOP CANADIAN

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I have been shopping a lot in the states since the dollar has risen and have been very annoyed through the summer and early fall when prices for identical items at the chains like Pier One and Gap were significantly higher in Canada.
Well, I have noticed that the prices have now been flipped in most chains to even or to the Canadian advantage. So except for selection ( which they are mighty good at) if you can buy it in Canada now is the time.
By the way store traffic on both sides of the border seem mighty slow. Do you think there just might be too many stores??

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