- The top activities Canadians have planned for Halloween are handing out candy (21%), taking kids trick-or-treating (13%), followed by going to a Halloween party for adults (8%).
- A quarter of Canadian adults planning to celebrate Halloween have already picked a costume (26%), meanwhile 18% are still deciding what to wear.
- Of those that have planned their costumes for Halloween, the most popular costumes for adults are vampires, witches, fairies and pirates.
- Canadians aged 35-44 are the most likely to plan on taking their kids out trick or treating.
- Women (11%) and younger Canadians aged 18-24 (34%) are more likely than all others to be going to a Halloween party.
- B.C. residents are spending the most for Halloween ($82) compared to revelers in Atlantic Canada ($51).
- 15% of Canadians save in advance for Halloween expenses.
Halloween Takes $70 Bite Out Of Canadian Wallets: Scotiabank Poll
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