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It may be a mass generalization, but there truly are two types of people in the world: those who get their holiday shopping done early and those who don't.
If you're in the latter of the camps, consider this an inspiration piece for future use; however, if you're in the former, listen up.
Coach Outlet just dropped their holiday gift section (shop here in Canada, here in the U.S.), and honestly, I want one of everything. From bags (a classic) to scarves (so cozy!) to watches (elegant, right?), these holiday-perfect gifts start at less than $50.
To get a head start on your holiday shopping, scroll down to shop 11 gifts for everyone on your list (or for yourself, no judgment).
This cool crocodile-embossed leather wallet (shop here in Canada, here in the U.S.) comes with three credit card slots and a full-length bill compartment. "This little wallet is so cute and very sturdy," says one happy shopper.
Right now, you can save big on this oversized branded scarf (shop here in Canada,here in the U.S.), just in time for the colder months. The muffler is available in two colour combinations: red/pink and taupe/pink.
Timeless yet trendy, this leather drawstring bucket bag (shop here in Canada, here in the U.S.) is crafted from refined pebble leather and comes with a 25-inch detachable strap. "This bag is everything!" raves one Coach Outlet shopper. "It's the statement [piece] you need with your outfit."
This pretty two-toned shoulder bag (shop here in Canada, here in the U.S.) is crafted from smooth leather and suede and comes with a detachable handle. "It's elegant and just the right size," says a shopper.
Elegant and cool, this suede and leather crossbody bag (shop here in Canada, here in the U.S.) features eight credit card slots and a full-length bill compartment. It has "a classic look, with just enough space for the essentials," writes one Coach Outlet shopper.
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ISTANBUL (AP) — Sebastian Coates waited years to score his first Champions League goal but only 12 minutes for the next one, a near-exact copy. The Sporting Lisbon captain scored two headers in almost identical circumstances and won a penalty for good measure, as he led his team to a 4-1 win against Besiktas in the Champions League on Tuesday. Uruguayan defender Coates was left unmarked in front of goal to head in when Pedro Goncalves' corner was flicked on by Goncalo Inacio at the near post in
President Joe Biden returned to his birthplace of Scranton, Pennsylvania Wednesday to push his $2 trillion domestic spending package and $1 trillion infrastructure plan, insisting they are key to the U.S. maintaining its global competitive edge. (Oct. 20)
In a response to a question from the media, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau tells a news conference in Kamloops, B.C., Monday that all documents related to residential schools have been submitted to the National Centre for Truth and Reconciliation. However, the centre told Global News that is "not accurate."
CASCADE, Mont. (AP) — For the first time in 30 years, the Census has awarded Montana a second seat in Congress. On paper, that leaves the state's redistricting commission with the easiest task of all its counterparts across the country: Divide the expansive state in half. If only. Nothing is ever that simple in redistricting battles, as political parties jostle for control over maps that will give their candidates an advantage and the simple act of drawing a line becomes a fraught battle over th