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  1. Value Village!!! Not even joking. I'm from Toronto but my aunt lives there and so I know there's a VV there. You can shop all you want at the chain stores... but the trendsetters always get the...

    2 Answers · Beauty & Style · 22/07/2009

  2. Buy BQ:nah, I think he's well respected as a mainstream or up and coming rapper.

    9 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 05/11/2012

  3. That's a 5 month old Chinese sites that no doubt doesn't pay the team logo licence fees, which I believes classifies their goods in the eyes of customs inspectors as counterfeit like fake...

    2 Answers · Business & Finance · 27/05/2012

  4. Papaya! You can get a really stretchy and soft plain v-neck or scoop neck tee for like $5 or even less sometimes. Forever 21, Charlotte Russe, Wet seal, Rue 21, any stores for "teens" I guess you could say have really cheap stuff when...

    1 Answers · Beauty & Style · 28/08/2013

  5. If they were from chickens raised from your own farm or a local farm, then I would buy them. You could fry them or cover them with locally grown herbs. I would imagine those would sell like hotcakes.

    1 Answers · Food & Drink · 26/05/2010

  6. I found only one in metro Toronto. They are surprisingly rare, perhaps because British food items are available at many shops. See link. A BIT OF HOME 600 Burnhamthorpe Rd...

    1 Answers · Local Businesses · 23/09/2007

  7. www.star500.com sells shirts to Canadian people...they are real good.

    1 Answers · Entertainment & Music · 06/12/2006

  8. Try the Toronto Barber and Beauty Supply stores. They have good selection, and decent prices. Any member of the public can shop there, and certified stylists, distributors or salon owners...

    1 Answers · Travel · 04/07/2011

  9. http://toronto.nowtoronto.com/gyrobase/classifieds/Results?category=4425&page=2

    1 Answers · Home & Garden · 01/02/2008

  10. 67%. If the retail is 100 and the gross margin is 40, then the wholesale cost is 60 (60+40=100). Therefore the markup over wholesale is 40/60.

    1 Answers · Social Science · 23/05/2013

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