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Holiday shoppers plan to pinch pennies

People Christmas shop in the Eaton Centre in Toronto, on December 23, 2009. A survey on holiday spending suggests that Canadian shoppers may be more likely to channel their inner Scrooge this year. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Darren Calabrese


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