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Canadians are being asked to stop panic-shopping. Are they listening?

CBC.ca Thursday, 19 March 2020
The herd mentality displayed by consumers caught up in COVID-19-inspired panic-buying has — in the understated language preferred by the Retail Council of Canada — "not been beneficial."
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