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Would you do the right thing if you woke up one day and found hundreds of thousands of dollars in your bank account — or would you spend it all as fast as possible?

An Australian rapper has admitted to going with the latter option and blowing through roughly AU $750,000 of a couple's misdirected house payment, The Mirror reports.

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Le populaire détaillant de vêtements UNIQLO, qui a ouvert son tout premier magasin de la province cet automne, à Montréal, sera également présent sur la Rive-Nord. Dès le printemps 2021, les habitants de Laval pourront aller y magasiner. 

C'est ce qu'a appris Narcity par voie de communiqué. 

Le UNIQLO de Laval s'installera au populaire Carrefour Laval juste à temps pour que tu puisses te préparer à l'arrivée de l'été 2021.  

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UNIQLO compte déjà un total de treize boutiques au Canada et c'est au tour du Québec d'accueillir sa première succursale. À compter du 23 octobre à 10 h, tu pourras aller visiter le nouveau UNIQLO au centre-ville de Montréal dans le Centre Eaton. 

En plus d'être la première succursale au Québec, cette boutique est aussi le plus gros UNIQLO au Canada, et donc, le plus impressionnant. Certaines sections du magasin se retrouvent nulle part ailleurs au pays, et Narcity a eu la chance de visiter l'endroit avant l'ouveture. 

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It's really finally happening! After all the craze and excitement over the opening of Muji, you can now transfer all that excitement to the opening of the next Japanese retailer, Uniqlo.

Tomorrow morning, Friday, October 6 at 10 AM, Uniqlo will be opening its doors to the public at Metrotown. The 20,800 sq. ft. store with two levels will be located at Metrotown's Grand Court Atrium just across from Forever 21 and H&M. You'll no longer have to ask your friends and relatives abroad to send over Uniqlo HEATTECH because they'll available in your neck of the woods 🙏🙏. 

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"Simple clothing with a not-so-simple purpose: to make your life better," reads a written introduction about Uniqlo's LifeWear concept. The Japanese retailer, which has over 1,000 stores worldwide, holds a reputation for its minimalistic designs, crisp ads and forward product innovation. But to say Uniqlo is simple would be insufficient - beyond the basics is a much deeper story that they hope will be embraced by Toronto and rest of Canada.

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