The darkest days are over — as of today, Ontarians can finally return to their favourite spots for affordable clothes and home goods.
The line outside of this Winners store in downtown Toronto seemed to be never-ending.
Line up for HomeSense just after 9 this a.m. There’s another line equally as long on the other side. I mean, good f… https://t.co/h46UHIYVsV— Karen (@Karen) 1623417727.0
A Twitter user based in Ottawa shared this snap of the line outside of a HomeSense store.
Walked past the Homesense on Spadina, where Jaqueline showed up 1.5 hours before opening to be first in line, excit… https://t.co/U1YxM1KfRV— Laura Howells (@Laura Howells) 1623413251.0
According to this reporter at CBC Metro Morning, the first shopper in line at the HomeSense on Spadina had been waiting for an hour and a half.
If you’re looking for the women of Ontario today, we’re at Winners Just leave us alone. This is our Super Bowl— Samantha 🇨🇦 (@Samantha 🇨🇦) 1623408591.0
This Twitter user aptly described the energy of today's Winners reopening, which is probably giving people jitters like it's Game 7 of the Leafs vs. Habs playoff battle.
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This was the scene outside of the Winners and HomeSense in Vaughan's Centre Street Plaza on Friday morning, which had a lineup around the corner.
This Instagram user was not impressed by the line outside of a Winners store in Hamilton. It's probably only a matter of time until people show up with lawn chairs like they did last year.