Black Friday: two words have never sounded so sweet to shopaholics and deal lovers.

And come this Nov. 23, malls across Canada (and many an e-commerce site) will be packed with those looking to score the best and biggest bargains on everything from high-end couture purses to must-have beauty products. It will be a fashion feeding frenzy this country has yet to see (save for Boxing Day, deals of the Black Friday variety have been reserved for cross-border shopping).

In honour of all thing cha-ching, cha-ching -- and to help you plan your shopping adventure -- we've compiled a list of the top sales you'll want to hit-up this Black Friday (and over the weekend). We've even added a few Cyber Monday deals into the mix.

Keep an eye on the below slideshow as we'll be updating it on a daily basis. If you have a sale you'd like us to add, email us at canadastyle@huffingtonpost.com.

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  • ALDO

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 and Monday, Nov. 26 What You Get: <span style="text-decoration:underline;">Black Friday</span> In-store: Extra 30 per cent off sale shoes, boots and handbags Online: Extra 30 per cent off everything <span style="text-decoration:underline;">Cyber Monday</span> 50 per cent off all women's sale shoes & sandals; 30 percent off all sale boots and handbags; 30 per cent off all men's sale Shop Online <a href="http://www.aldoshoes.com/ca-eng">HERE</a>

  • Indigo, Chapters & Coles

    The Details: Happening now through Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: Indigo, Chapters and Coles stores are hosting their first-ever storewide ‘Buy Three Get the Fourth Free’ savings event all weekend. Although some exclusions apply, most books, décor, accessories and toys qualify for the storewide savings event. For Thursday and Friday, the all new Kobo Mini eReader will be available for only $49.99 (regularly priced at $79.99). Shop Online <a href="http://www.chapters.indigo.ca/home/?cookieCheck=1">HERE</a>

  • Aria Boutique

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 and Monday, Nov. 26 What You Get: 25 per cent off everything in the online store. Shop Online <a href="http://www.shoparia.ca/">HERE</a>

  • BargainMoose.ca

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Links to dozens of sales happening online. Shop Online <a href="http://www.bargainmoose.ca/">HERE</a>

  • Aritzia

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Steep discounts on select items (depending your store location). You can find more details online. Shop Online <a href="http://aritzia.com/">HERE</a>

  • Holt Renfrew

    The Details: On now to Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: Customers can enjoy 40 per cent off selected women's and men's designer fashions and accessories while enjoying refreshments and treats. Plus, all stores will be open from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 22. <em>*Holt Renfrew Last Call excluded from event</em> Shop Online <a href="http://www.holtrenfrew.com/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • eLUXE.ca

    The Details: Happening now until Monday, Nov. 26 What You Get: Steep discounts when you spend a certain amount. See the attached image for more details. Shop Online <a href="http://www.eluxe.ca/">HERE</a>

  • Ebates.ca

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Hundreds of Ebates.ca partner retailers, such as Macy’s Canada and Dell Canada, will offer promotions on Black Friday. The site will also offer double cash back on everything you buy at some sites, giving you the ability to “double-dip” and maximize your savings to get the most out of your holiday budget. Shop Online <a href="http://www.ebates.ca/">HERE</a>

  • Joe Fresh

    The Details: Ongoing, including Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Three stores (Cross Iron Mills, Bramalea and Vaughan Mills) will have special sales for Black Friday. Nationally, there's a massive sleepwear promotion you can take advantage of (it runs until December 7). Shop online <a href="http://www.joefresh.com/">HERE</a>

  • The Bay

    The Details: Deals are being offered now through Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: There will be flash sales and online deals at all The Bay locations. <a href="http://www.facebook.com/HudsonsBayCompany" target="_hplink">Check out their Facebook page for full details</a>. Stores will open at 7 a.m. on Black Friday. Shop Online <a href="http://www2.hbc.com/en/index.shtml" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Victoria's Secret

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Spend more than $65 on bras or undies (even beauty products!) and you'll receive a pink tote bag full of Victoria's Secret's top cosmetics. Shop Online <a href="http://www.victoriassecret.com/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Amazon.ca

    The Details: Deals starting now through Monday, Nov. 26. What You Get: Daily deals -- on everything from DVDs to home products. <a href="http://www.amazon.ca/b/?ie=UTF8&node=6054205011" target="_hplink">The entire roster of deals can be found here</a>. Shop Online <a href="http://www.amazon.ca/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Gap

    The Details: Tuesday, Nov. 20 to Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: Gap will offer up to 60 per cent off its entire selection. On "Bright Friday," Gap men's and women's T-shirts in an assortment of trend-right styles, like rugby stripes and solids, will be on sale for just $10. GapKids and BabyGap T-shirts in solids and whimsical graphics will be reduced to $8. On Saturday and Sunday, adult sweaters will be marked down to $19 with children's winter accessories for just $6. Shop Online <a href="http://www.gapcanada.ca/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • The Body Shop

    The Details: Monday, Nov. 19 to Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: The beauty giant is offering a daily deal every day, which will culminate in a Black Friday "everything must go" sale. Shop Online <a href="http://www.thebodyshop.ca/en/index.aspx" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Banana Republic

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: The store will offer up to 40 per cent off your entire Black Friday purchase (that goes for stand-alone stores as well as factory outlet locations). Shop Online <a href="http://www.bananarepublic.ca/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Old Navy

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 to Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: On Black Friday, everything is on sale with featured door-buster deals on coats, denim and tees. On Saturday, Nov. 24, customers can line up early for a free Super Mario Bros. U game for Nintendo's all new Wii U system with the purchase of $40 ($59.99 value; quantities limited and vary per store). Shop Online <a href="http://www.oldnavy.ca/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Over The Rainbow

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 to Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: The amazing denim store Over The Rainbow will pay the tax on any items purchased on Black Friday and over the weekend. Shop Online <a href="http://www.rainbowjeans.com/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Urban Outfitters

    The Details: Deals on now through Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: 50 per cent off sale items (in store) with even further price slashing online. Shop Online <a href="http://www.urbanoutfitters.com/urban/index.jsp" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Apple

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Apple is being tight-lipped about sale specifics, but savings (in the past) have amounted to receiving a student discount on high-priced items like the iPad or MacBooks. <a href="http://store.apple.com/ca/browse/home/specialdeals" target="_hplink">Click here to stay in the loop</a>. Shop Online <a href="http://store.apple.com/ca?afid=p219%7CGOCA&cid=AOS-CA-KWG" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Future Shop

    The Details: Thursday, Nov. 22 to Monday, Nov. 26 What You Get: Future Shop is opening all stores early on Black Friday (8:00 a.m. local time), and will have Boxing-Day-like door crashers. The sale will continue through the entire weekend. There will also be a "VIP" sale on Thursday, Nov. 22. <a href="http://www.futureshop.ca/en-CA/category/cyber-monday-future-shop/cybermonday.aspx" target="_hplink">Click here to register for Cyber Monday sales info</a>. Shop Online <a href="http://www.futureshop.ca/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 to Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: Toys"R"Us is set to release a full listing of their deals on Tuesday, Nov. 20. You can expect to see steep discounts on everything from Barbies to baby furniture as well as video game consoles. Some sale specifics are: 50% off ALL $39.99 and under Fisher-Price Little People Playsets (prices vary) 50% off ALL $17.99 Disney Princess & Disney Fairies Dolls (now $8.97 each) 50% off NERF Sonic Barrel Break (was $29.99, now $14.97) 50% off Graco Fold N Go Playard – Forest Friends (was $119.99, now $59.97) Shop Online <a href="http://www.toysrus.ca/home/index.jsp?categoryId=2567269" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Danier

    The Details: Discounts have already been applied to several items and will remain in effect until Sunday, Nov. 25. What You Get: The price of jackets have been slashed to as low as $149. Shop Online <a href="http://www.danier.com/splashBetterThanBlackFriday2012.aspx?lang=en" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Guess

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Guess is offering folks 30 per cent off all in-store purchases. Shop Online <a href="http://www.guess.ca/en/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Mark's Work Warehouse

    The Details: Saturday, Nov. 24 What You Get: For one day only, Mark's stores will open at 8 a.m. -- you'll also be able to save 20 per cent off all items in-store. For every $75 you spend (after discount and before taxes), Mark's will donate $5 to the Jumpstart program -- giving kids in the local community a chance to participate in organized sports. Shop Online <a href="http://www.marks.com/webapp/wcs/stores/servlet/en/marks" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Fido

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Receive a $100 bill credit on any new activation with a two- or three-year Fido Agreement. Shop Online <a href="http://www.fido.ca/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Marciano

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Save 30 per cent on all in-store purchases. Shop Online <a href="http://guessbymarciano.guess.com/en/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Oakley

    The Details: Thursday, Nov. 22 to Sunday, Nov. 25 What You Get: Customers will receive a $10 "Bounce Back Coupon" for every $50 spent. Excludes taxes. Shop Online <a href="http://www.oakley.com/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • Michael Kors

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Everything in-store, from handbags to jewellery, will be marked down by some 40 per cent. Arrive before 10 a.m. and you'll also receive an exclusive Michael Kors tote with your purchase. Shop Online <a href="http://www.michaelkors.com/" target="_hplink">HERE</a>

  • H&M

    The Details: Pre-Black Friday deals starting Monday, Nov. 19 to 21. And more deals on Friday, Nov. 23 starting at 12 p.m. What You Get: Before Black Friday deals starting at $7 and on Friday, clothing items for $5! Shop Online <a href="http://www.hm.com/ca/">HERE</a>

  • Sears

    The Details: Deals are on now (all part of their <a href="http://www.sears.ca/custom-content/daily-deals" target="_hplink">'60 Days Of Deals'</a> campaign). What You Get: <a href="http://www.sears.ca/custom-content/daily-deals" target="_hplink">Click here for an extensive list of sales info</a>. There's also free shipping. Shop Online <a href="http://www.sears.ca">HERE</a>

  • Aeropostale

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: 50 per cent off everything excluding fragrances and beauty products. Shop Online <a href="http://www.aeropostale.com/shop/index.jsp?categoryId=3534619">HERE</a>

  • MAC Cosmetics

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 (in the U.S. only) What You Get: The makeup company is selling a dark, silvery lipstick and nail polish duo exclusively on Black Friday (at counters from 12 p.m. to 4 a.m.). Shop Online <a href="http://www.maccosmetics.com/index.tmpl">HERE</a>

  • Walmart

    The Details: Friday, Nov. 23 What You Get: Full deal info will be released Thursday, Nov. 22. <a href="http://www.walmart.ca/en" target="_hplink">Shop online</a> or click here to see your <a href="http://www.walmart.ca/canada-estore/stores/storefindercontainer.jsp?_requestid=23955" target="_hplink"> local Walmart's Black Friday flyer</a>. Shop Online <a href="http://www.walmart.ca/en">HERE</a>

Related: Craziest Black Friday Moments

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  • Black Friday Romance?

    <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/life-style/black-friday-shopping-spree-love-story-long-island-couple-article-1.414121" target="_hplink">According to the <em>New York Daily News</em></a>, two individuals have Black Friday to thank for their unique love-at-first-sight story. The two lovebirds struck up conversation while standing in line at a Long Island Kmart. The small talk turned into sweet talk as the two waited in line together for a total of seven hours before doors opened. Fast forward two years, and the couple is happily married with fond memories of the day they met, saying, "Black Friday will always be a memorable day for us. That was the day that changed our lives." (Getty photo)

  • Woman Shakes Up Shoppers With Death Threats

    Shoppers were shaken up last year at Toys "R" Us in Wisconsin, when a woman named Lanessa Lattimore threatened to shoot shoppers who were waiting in line outside the store. A confrontation began after the woman tried to cut the line of several hundred people. <a href="http://articles.cnn.com/2010-11-26/justice/wisconsin.shopper.threat_1_gun-threat-black-friday-shopper-huge-lines?_s=PM:CRIME" target="_hplink">Lanessa told CNN</a>, "Everybody was cutting in line. But there was one girl who was threatening me, so I told her that I'd shoot her." Although no weapon was found, she was arrested and charged with disorderly conduct. (Getty photo)

  • Kim Kardashian: Best Black Friday Buddy?

    A poll conducted by AOL back in 2009 revealed that Kim Kardashian was voted the person you'd most like to go shopping with on Black Friday, <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/online-poll-kanye-west-named-year-biggest-turkey-kim-kardashian-best-black-friday-shopper-article-1.165773" target="_hplink">as the NY Daily News reported</a>. She even beat out Victoria Beckham for the best shopping buddy title. Would you want to spend Black Friday shopping with Kim? Something tells us that the poll results would be <em>quite</em> a bit different this year... (Getty photo)

  • ... And Kayne West, The Biggest "Turkey"?

    The same AOL poll that voted Kim K. as the "best shopping buddy" also revealed that Americans think Kanye West was the biggest "turkey" of 2009... whatever that means. Bear in mind that this poll took place shortly after his Taylor Swift interruption scandal at the Grammy's that year. <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/gossip/online-poll-kanye-west-named-year-biggest-turkey-kim-kardashian-best-black-friday-shopper-article-1.165773" target="_hplink">According to the New York Daily News</a>, Kanye beat out the likes of Jon Gosselin, Levi Johnston, Spencer Pratt,and Michael Lohan. In other words, it sounds like being called a "turkey" is just a kinder way of saying "biggest D-bag." (Getty photo)

  • Wal-Mart Employee Trampled To Death

    A tragic story took place at a Wal-Mart in Long Island in 2008. <a href="http://www.nytimes.com/2008/11/29/business/29walmart.html?ref=blackfriday" target="_hplink">As the <em>New York Times</em> reported</a>, an employee by the name of Jdimytai Damour got caught amidst utter chaos in a stampede on Black Friday, resulting in his ultimate death. Sources say that Damour was literally trampled to death by crazed shoppers, although no specific individual could be called out and held responsible for the fatal accident. Wal-Mart was also slapped with a $75K fine, according to the <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/7k-fine-wal-mart-black-friday-stampede-death-article-1.404243" target="_hplink"><em>New York Daily News</em></a>.

  • Two Men Shot Dead At Toys "R" Us

    A heated argument between two men lead to a deadly shooting at a Toys "R" Us in Palm Desert, California on the biggest sales day back in 2008. <a href="http://articles.cnn.com/2008-11-28/us/black.friday.violence_1_wal-mart-worker-fleming-busiest-shopping-days/2?_s=PM:US" target="_hplink">According to CNN</a>, police still aren't completely certain about the origin of the fight, although sources believe that it was unrelated to the timing of Black Friday sales that day. Luckily, no innocent shoppers were injured during the shooting.

  • Shopping Cart Heist

    A strange shopping cart heist took place at a Toys "R" Us in the Bronx in 2009, <a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/new-york/bronx/shopping-cart-thefts-began-black-friday-500-bronx-toys-article-1.435826" target="_hplink">the <em>New York Daily News</em> reported</a>. Thieves stole 500 shopping carts starting on Black Friday and continued to nab carts throughout the holiday season. Shoppers were left annoyed as they were forced to carry all of their purchases, since no carts were anywhere to be found. Police suspect that the carts -- which cost a hefty $200 a piece -- were either stolen by gang members to sell metal scraps for money or taken by homeless people who use them to carry their belongings. (AP Image)

  • Hotel Deals For The Extreme Shopper

    When stores in Indianapolis had a super successful Black Friday back in 2009, hotels decided to try and take advantage of visiting shoppers by targeting the <em>eve</em> of Black Friday. <a href="http://www.usatoday.com/money/industries/retail/2010-11-14-black-friday-hotels_N.htm" target="_hplink">According to <em>USA Today</em></a>, the Conrad Hotel was among the first to notice this opportunity and advertised to serious out-of-town shoppers who planned on rising early to hit the sales. The deal offers $99 for a room on Thanksgiving night, as well as a personal shopping appointment at Nordstrom, a free coffee and a free shoeshine. Other hotels have also developed similar deals to cash in on the night of Thanksgiving, too. It sure beats camping out overnight for the doors to open in the morning. (Getty photo)

  • Shooting Over Flat Screen TV

    Another story that will make your heart sink: the tragic shooting of a man in Queens who was shot by robbers on Black Friday back in 2009, as the<a href="http://www.nydailynews.com/news/crime/black-friday-mayhem-queens-man-shot-flat-screen-tv-thugs-t-fit-set-getaway-car-article-1.413993" target="_hplink"> <em>New York Daily News</em></a> first reported. The elderly man was walking with his new flat-screen TV in a parking lot, when robbers ruthlessly shot him dead in an attempt to steal his new purchase. However, the TV didn't fit in the trunk of their getaway car, and witnesses reported that they dumped the TV on the street as they quickly fled the scene of the crime. (Getty photo)