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A new way to shop Black Friday in Canada

By: Canadian Living
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A new way to shop Black Friday in Canada

By: Canadian Living

Each year on the Friday after American Thanksgiving, many Canadian shoppers trek across the border for crazy deals on everything from clothing to electronics to home appliances. Now Canadian retailers also offer similar sales, but one shopping centre is doing things a little differently. Bayview Village in Toronto has launched a brand-new shopping day, Pink Saturday, that occurs the day after Black Friday (November 28, 2015). The purpose of Pink Saturday is to support Canadian designers and the local, high-quality products that they often produce. Participating this year are Hayley Elsaesser (fashion designer known for her fun approach to print and colour), Andrews (small Canadian department store that features Canadian designs from Mackage, Greta Constantine, Smythe and more), Mirabelli (elegant, well-tailored women's fashion), King's Crown (men's grooming), NEAT (modern home organization) and Judith & Charles (gorgeous work-appropriate separates for women). Why shop local? Margaux Clement Cousineau,  marketing and public relations specialist for Judith &  Charles, sums it up:  “Local shopping supports the local economy and  allows companies like ours to hire creative and  talen ted Canadians to work in the highly competitive  fashion industry.”  Something to consider while completing your Christmas shopping this year. Here are a couple of our faves from the local shops taking part in Pink Saturday: Pink_Saturday

Mackage bag, Andrews. Umbra Touch Soap Pump, Neat. Dress, Judith & Charles.

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