Winter anticipation helped influence fall 2020 spending
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Winter anticipation helped influence fall 2020 spending

December 10, 2020 Calculating time...

Preparing for the cold winter months has been a major theme for fall spending in 2020. From upgrading home furnishings to preparing for winter recreation, Canadians are planning ahead for a winter that will likely bring a lot of time at home.

 

There you have it! Canadians are preparing to make the most of the winter ahead with their fall spending. From new fireplaces to new skincare routines, these self-care investments should leave us rested and ready for the spring.

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Moneris spending reports measure spending in Canada across a range of categories by analyzing credit and debit card transaction data. The figures and percentages cited are derived from aggregated transaction volumes being processed by Moneris in the applicable categories, as compared to sales volumes from the prior year.

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