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This Opinion article is part of a Narcity Media series. The views expressed are the author's own and do not necessarily reflect the views of Narcity Media.

The massive Aritzia Warehouse Sale is currently happening in Vancouver from August 31 until September 5, so my friend and I decided to go check out just how good these deals were for ourselves.

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If you're a part of Vancouver's music scene, then you might already know about the upcoming candlelit Taylor Swift tribute concert that will be performed by a string quartet.

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Cyber Monday is here and Telus is offering people in B.C. and Alberta a special deal just for them. You can get a free TV, just for signing up for the Optik TV and Internet 75 package.

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Over the past year, online shopping has gained in popularity and web-based purchases have become more accessible than ever. With stay-at-home regulations, people have been placing mobile purchases pretty regularly — you can get practically anything you need with just a few clicks.

There's no shame in opting for the easier route when it comes to shopping. If you're too busy, you can conveniently place an online order and have groceries, clothes and now even a new car delivered straight to your doorstep.

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After temperatures reached an all-time high of 44.6 C this weekend, the heatwave continues across some parts of Canada.

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