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Here's what Quebec holiday shoppers are buying this year

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Dec. 21 marks the busiest holiday shopping day of the year, according to payment processing company Moneris. As it turns out, Quebecers are shopping for someone very important people in 2023: themselves.

"Quebecers this year are more eager to buy themselves some gifts as a reward for the kind of year we've had," says the Retail Council of Canada's Michel Rochette.

And what items topped Quebecers' lists?

"Food, alcohol and beverages."

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