Despite Shaky Economy, Canadians Still in Gift-Giving Mood

Canadians Plan to Spend More on Gifts and Entertaining This Year than Last

Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Toronto, ON – Despite a shaky economy, Canadians appear to be in a gift-giving mood, according to a new Ipsos Reid poll conducted on behalf of RBC. Among the eight in ten (80%) Canadians who intend to give gifts this year, the average amount of money they intend to spend is $640, up slightly from the $624 they intended to spend...

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Despite Shaky Economy, Canadians Still in 
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