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COMMENT TO WIN: A Swag Bag From Our TIFF ‘Made In Canada Lounge’ Contest
September 21, 2012
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Well, another Toronto International Film Festival has come and gone.

TIFF 2012 was a great time as always: amazing guests in the red chair, tonnes of exceptional films, and of course, the Made In Canada Lounge, a place where our guests could get their hands on some of the best stuff that this country has to offer.

With beautifully made products from proudly Canadian companies, the Lounge was a big hit with everyone who was in the red chair during TIFF.

Well, our guests aren't the only ones. Comment on this post and you could win a Made In Canada Lounge swag bag.

Just leave a comment in the field below at the bottom of the page between now and next Friday, September 28.

We'll pick a winner by random draw.

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We want to take this opportunity to give a big shout-out to all the sponsors who contributed to the Made In Canada Lounge this year:

agame tennis

Avril Loreti

Benourished

Bespoken

Blair Nadeau Millnery

Bobbette & Belle

Brent Bishop: The Think Factor

Cake Beauty

Canada Goose

Carry Clean

Coalition Music

Cromwell and Cruthers

Daneson

Dig It Handwear

Elizabeth Grant

EQ3

Fashion-Aid

GemStone Homes

Gregory Allen

House of Anansi

JdJ Jewellery

KÄRV

Love The Design

Mèreadesso

mimiTENS

Miracle 10 Cosmetics

Nature Clean

Ninutik Maple Sugar

North Star Sportswear

O.P.I

Oliberte Footwear

Pook Toques

Purdy's Chocolates

Ron White Shoes

Roots

Sarah Stevenson Design

Sloane Fine Tea Merchants

Sporting Life

Sheridan Nurseries

Stolen Riches

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