Shopping & Food

How many Canadians actually celebrate Valentine’s Day?

Valentine’s Day is almost here. Studies report 68% of Canadians are true romantics who consider this day as more than just a “silly holiday”. And with that, the average Canadian spends $200 on Valentine’s Day. Among the most popular Valentine’s Day related gifts, according to eBay Canada, are celebrity-inspired makeup, Rolex watches, and athleisure apparel. Unsurprisingly, this report also notes that this is the busiest time of year for diamonds.



If you’re looking to spoil a loved one with a timeless piece of elegance, stop by Farrah Fine Jewellers in Kanata to see their unique Valentine’s Day selection. Farrah Fine Jewellers is the exciting culmination of years of hard work, skill and dedication. They specialize in Canadian Diamonds and blend a fresh approach with traditional values.



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