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NH_Clark

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Need help from the Canadian SF team on this.... I've got a few employees who work for me in Canada and wanted to get them something for the holidays from an online source in Canada or a gift certificate that I can buy online that they can use in Canada (Toronto & Montreal). Any suggestions?
 

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Mec.ca - not particularly glamorous, but awfully practical, has wide appeal and good value for money. A "safe" choice.
 

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BestBuy.ca or FutureShop.ca probably your best bet.
 

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^ Shit, I love Future Shop. I could live there. I'm not kidding.
 

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Future Shop or Best Buy are great choices. It's too bad the purchase has to online because the LCBO (or SAQ for Montreal) would be another good choice.
 

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Chapters.

Another option would be Tim Horton's. Every Canadian loves Timbits.
 

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Originally Posted by ArliHawk`
Chapters.

Another option would be Tim Horton's. Every Canadian loves Timbits.


I would be genuinely disappointed with with a Tim Horton's gift certificate. lol
 

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Originally Posted by mharwitt
hats for american hockey teams? budweiser?

Budweiser??? I'd almost rather you gave me flat Pepsi.
 

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What's your budget? Hockey tickets would be good.
 

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Originally Posted by Stazy
I would be genuinely disappointed with with a Tim Horton's gift certificate. lol
If it was like a $10 gift certificate .. that'd be okay. I really like their breakfasts, but if someone gave me $100 Tim Horton's gift certificate .. that'd probably last me 2-3 years (if I didn't lose it).
 

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Originally Posted by Stazy
I would be genuinely disappointed with with a Tim Horton's gift certificate. lol

I'd kill to "roll up the rim to win."

lefty
 

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