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Toronto: Top Four Under $25

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It’s that time of year again. We bring you our Top Four Under $25—the list that promises to help you remember all those who might not be at the top of your list but are certainly no less important.
This year, you’ll be sure not to forget:

Beautiful Glass CandlesticksThe Teacher or Gymnastics/Music/Art Instructor
We found some beautiful glass candlesticks by Moda—just right for holiday decorating or all year long. We love them because you can fit a tapered candle on one end or a nice fat pillar candle on the other. The best part, you ask? They are on sale for only $15 at Homefront (so go now before they run out).

The Babysitter
What is more trendy for a teenager than an eco-smart gift? Check out the wide array of SIGG reusable water bottles available at room6, one of our new fave online shopping destinations. For $24, it’s tough to leave them in the store.

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