VIDEO: New Ikea Canada boss talks homes with basements

Turns out, basements are a Canadian thing

Ikea Canada’s new president says after working in the U.K. and Ireland she wanted to better understand how Canadians live.

Marsha Smith says after touring the country she sees basements as the biggest difference in Canadian homes.

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