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There’s an Ideal Time to Grocery Shop If You Want to Avoid Lines and Save Money

Grocery shopping on the weekend can feel like a competitive sport. Aisles are crowded, lines are long, and according to Ibotta, many items are priced above average. The shopping app crunched the numbers to determine which days of the week

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Lunchtime Trivia For Friday August 31

Once again it’s a question about work. This time it is what people don’t think about their employment! Our Question: When it comes to work, only 5% of people believe this about their current job. What is it?   And

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CAA Towing Bill Of Rights

It can be very stressful after a collision or vehicle breakdown to try to know what to do. Calling a towing company is sometimes your only choice about how to get your vehicle taken care of. But what happens then?

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Researchers May Have Pinpointed the Exact Amount of Money You Need to Be Happy

Humanity has been debating the truthfulness in that old adage “money can’t buy happiness” for centuries, but it seems we still don’t have a concrete answer. Some research has found that it does, but only up to $75,000 a year

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Food Waste

A new campaign is bringing together governments, non-government organizations and food retailers to tackle the food habits of Canadians — and the mountains of food they waste. “Love Food Hate Waste” is being launched to offer tips on food storage,

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New Canada Wide Campaign To Save Money And Reduce Waste

A new national program announced this week looks to help households to save money while also reducing food waste in Canada. According to the National Zero Waste Council nearly half of the food waste in Canada can be attributed to

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7 Daily Habits Extremely Successful People Swear By

They read a lot, and mostly nonfiction. Tom Corley, an accountant and financial planner, surveyed 233 wealthy individuals, mostly self-made millionaires, and found interesting patterns among them. A huge majority of these rich people, 88 percent, say they devote 30

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New $10 Bill Honouring Viola Desmond’s Courage Is Here.. And It’s Vertical

HALIFAX — Viola Desmond’s trailblazing act of defiance — overlooked for decades by most Canadians — was honoured Thursday in a Halifax ceremony that cemented her new status as a civil rights icon. A new $10 bill featuring Desmond was

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Scammers Pretending To Be CRA

It is cropping up again, people claiming to be the Canada Revenue Agency; contacting individuals and convincing them to give up personal information and funds using false accusations of investigations and warrants of arrest threats. Last year similar scams targeted

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Highest Paid Actors Listed

If you’re curious about what Hollywood is paying actors these days then this list is for you. Forbes just released their list of the highest paid actors and the numbers would pay for many smaller movies.   Last year Dwayne

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Hey Big Spender

Spending news about our neighbours to the south. Republicans are among the best tippers in America, according to a survey released Monday. Men, Republicans, baby boomers and debit or credit card users all leave an average tip of 20% of the

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Interac E-Transfer Services Down – UPDATE

UPDATE: Interac has released a statement that their e-Transfer services have been restored across all Canadian banking institutions. Customers of Scotiabank, BMO, CIBC, TD Bank and RBC should once again be able to use e-Transfer to finally pay rent and

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Scams Can Hit Anyone

You may have seen the advertisements to help prevent people from falling for things like identity theft or other scams. Companies have built products around just that for years. You may even have had a phone call that seemed suspicious,

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CRA Scam Alert. Police Update

This CRA scam continues to make its rounds.  Scammers are contacted people claiming they are with Canada Revenue Agency and demanding money.  The threats vary and the payment options vary but include in person meetings and electronic payments online. *****Here

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Recall For Samsung Galaxy Note 7

Samsung has issued a recall for their Galaxy Note 7 smartphones.   The issue was while being left to charge some of the batteries would burst into flames. There were 35 confirmed reports of this happening before the recall was

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