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Top 5 recipes of the month: May - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (5 days ago)May was a great month for cooking, baking and entertaining loved ones! We celebrated the maternal figures in our lives, enjoyed some Mexican-inspired cuisine, kicked off barbecue season with a fireworks show, and generally had a great time! Keep the good vibes going with these May-inspired recipes! Cinco de Mayo Fish Tacos This Baja-inspired recipe […]

6 of the season’s best stocking stuffers for grown-ups

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Get Deal (1 months ago)Whether for back-country ski adventures or to ward off the chill of a hockey arena, this Rechargeable Hand Warmer ($24.50) keeps frigid digits toasty. Slim enough to slip easily into a glove or a pocket, it warms to about 40 C (104 F) in less than two minutes and gives off heat for several hours. And it can be reused over and over without the

Coupons Canada, Online Coupons, Printable Coupons - Save.ca

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Get Deal (4 days ago)Browse Flyers online from all your local retailers, print Coupons or have them mailed to you for FREE. Download the Save.ca mobile app to price match products in-store, organize your shopping list, and earn cash back on your purchases.

Give the Gift of Fun at Your Holiday Party - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (4 days ago)Like gift hot potato, the candy ball will be passed around a circle until the music stops. The person holding the ball gets to peel off a layer. There may or may not be candy in the layer you peel. Keep passing it around and taking layers of saran wrap off until all the candy has been claimed. 10. Birth Year Gift Exchange

Top 5 Recipes of the Month: July - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (1 months ago)When it’s hot out, you want easy, no-cook meals that are healthy and tasty! Whether you’re at home, on a picnic, camping or cottaging, you can still enjoy delicious food packed with flavour! July kicked off with Canada Day — when we celebrated with all things red and white! Did you sample some Canadian foods?

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5 creative ways to use a shoe rack for different types of

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Get Deal (4 days ago)On Sunday nights, you or your kid can lay out a pair of clean undies and socks for each day of the week. You’ll start the week off knowing they have all of the basic underpinnings ready, and you won’t be scrambling mid-week having to do an emergency round of laundry. Keep a hamper beside the shoe rack for them to deposit their dirty clothes

Does Debt Consolidation Actually Save You Money? - Save.ca

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Get Deal (9 days ago)By Douglas Hoyes, Founder & Trustee of Hoyes, Michalos & Associates Debt consolidation is a simple enough concept: You get one loan to pay off two or more other debts. You are consolidating many loans into one. A common example would be taking the balances you owe on three credit cards and consolidating them into a […]

When Winter Tires are Required in Each Canadian Province

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Get Deal (8 days ago)Despite the fact that there’s only one Canadian province where it’s mandatory to install winter tires, all Canadian provinces, as well as the tire industry, recommend installing four winter tires when the temperature dips below 7 degrees Celsius.

Top 5 recipes of the month: October - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (8 days ago)Turn the oven off and allow the cheesecake to rest for 45 minutes inside the oven with the door shut. It should be a bit wiggly still. Remove from oven. Run a knife very gently around the edge of the cake. Let it rest in the pan for 15 more minutes before covering with plastic wrap and chilling in the refrigerator for at least 4 hours, but

Stay on top of winter energy pricing changes - Save.ca

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Get Deal (15 days ago)Since time-of-use rates are determined by demand, when usage is low the price goes down. Hydro usage is broken down into three categories: off-peak, mid-peak and on-peak times. During the summer months, hydro usage will peak during the hottest part of the afternoon when everyone runs their air conditioners and pricing will increase.

Don’t Throw it Out! How to Sell Your - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (15 days ago)Choose the right price. If you want your products to be gone in 24 hours, do a quick search on Kijiji for the product that you’re selling, then list it for 10% to 20% lower than the lowest price you can find. People buy used because they’re looking for a real deal, not because they want $5 off the in-store price.

Understanding the Pros and Cons of Bankruptcy in Canada

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Get Deal (14 days ago)It’s understandably difficult to imagine an upside to bankruptcy. It’s a situation that no one ever wants to find themselves in, but the reality is that it’s more common than most people realize. In fact, over 120,000 individuals in Canada declared bankruptcy or filed a consumer proposal to their creditors in 2014. Despite the stigma […]

Are You Taking Advantage of These Senior’s Discounts

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Get Deal (4 days ago)By Femme Frugal Are You Taking Advantage of These Senior’s Discounts? Reaching one’s autumn years may not be the most welcome event on the timeline of life, but one clear benefit of achieving more than half a century of existence is the oft-coveted senior’s discount. For those 55 years or older, the savings can be […]

Winter Tire Regulations in Canada - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (5 days ago)Winter Tire Regulations in Canada. By save | Uncategorized | 27 October 2017. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. There’s a reason Canadians love to talk about the weather, as one of the coldest countries in the world—only Russia, Greenland, and Antarctica are colder—we have plenty to say about how winter conditions affect our lives. Winter driving can be challenging, and while Quebec is the only

Top 5 Recipes of the Month: April - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (3 days ago)Cook the bacon to your desired level of doneness, blot off excess grease and put aside to cool; Add a layer of apricot jam on both pieces of bread. Add the sliced brie and the bacon and sandwich together. Butter the outer sides of the sandwich and place it in a frying pan over medium heat. Flip over when the bottom side is golden brown

Cottage Groceries: Must-Haves for Families - Save.ca

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Get Deal (6 days ago)Yogurt is perfect as a snack or as a breakfast meal. Top it off with some fresh fruit and you’re good to go. Chips. Chips are definitely not a healthy snack food, but in moderation they can be enjoyable, especially for kids. Vegetables and dip. Kids tend to enjoy baby carrots and dip as a snack. It’s an easy way to make sure they eat their

How to stay cool this summer while on a budget - Save.ca

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Get Deal (7 days ago)Turn off the lights. Light and heat tend to go together. Turn off lights when you’re not in the room, and use task lighting instead of overhead fixtures whenever possible. Energy efficient light bulbs are a great way to save money and reduce environmental impact, but even they give off heat. Take advantage of the longer days and use natural

Shopping Smart: Shopping Online Canadian Retailers and How

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Get Deal (1 months ago)If the item is over $30+, using Google to find other retailers that carry it, and then browsing those individual sites to check out shipping rates or % discounts off for the day. – Using cash back sites to start off your search for the product you are looking for will save you further % off your purchase. Online cashback companies will allow

9 Fun Ways to Get Kids to Clean Up - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (9 days ago)Cap off playing house by having your child help make an easy treat for after dinner. (Jell-O or instant pudding totally count!) Beat the clock: You can make any task a game by introducing a timed challenge. Get an egg timer and set it for five minutes and have your child put away all the items on the floor before it goes off. Be encouraging

Finding the Cheapest Vacations to Mexico, Cuba and

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Get Deal (28 days ago)If you can hold off booking until the last minute, you can often get a great deal for $700 or less between June and August, although that’s when hurricanes like to drop in for a party. Search for vacation deals at TravelAlerts.ca!

Back-to-School Savings that Will Blow Your Mind - Save.ca

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Get Deal (14 days ago)Send them off with this two-piece set (available in four different colours) and know that they’ll have at least some of their self-care needs met before classes even begin. These ideas are just a start. Check out Save.ca for more great back-to-school savings ideas for you and your entire family this summer.

When should you remove your winter tires? And other car

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Get Deal (8 days ago)Depending on where you live, you’re probably safe to use the car wash now. It will be good to rinse off the salt and sand, plus the spring mud! How do I clean the salt stains from the floor mats and upholstery? One of the telltale signs of a harsh winter is the condition of your car’s floor mats and upholstery. Road salt that attaches

Top 5 recipes of the month: June - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (7 days ago)June is such a joyous month! We kicked off pride month on June 1st, the Muslim community celebrated the end of Ramadan, we recognized fathers and father figures, experienced the first day of summer and French Canadians celebrated Saint-Jean-Baptiste Day. It’s truly beautiful that so many cultures with different beliefs, languages and religions were able […]

Tips: How Canadians Can Save Money With Grocery Coupons

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Get Deal (5 days ago)Great Tips to Help You Get the Most Out of Couponing Used well, coupons can help you save hundreds – even thousands – of dollars every year. With more than $100 in grocery coupons available every week on Save.ca, the savings can add up quickly! Follow these savvy couponing tips to make your coupon efforts […]

Shedding some light on sunburn aftercare - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (7 days ago)That being said, you should cover the affected area, or at least wear sunscreen with an SPF of 30 or higher. Also keep in mind that you shouldn’t poke at any blisters or manually peel off skin, as this can add to healing time and leave you open to infection.

5 Reasons to Choose Winter Tires Over All-Season Tires

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Get Deal (6 days ago)5 Reasons to Choose Winter Tires Over All-Season Tires. By save | Uncategorized | 03 November 2017. Facebook Twitter LinkedIn. Should I use winter tires or all-season tires in winter is one of the most searched questions on Google in Canada. Considering the weather conditions Canadians experience throughout the winter months that’s probably not surprising. It’s not for nothing that we’re

Top 5 recipes of the month: September - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (3 days ago)Working parents know the struggle to eat a healthy, balanced diet is real! You put so much energy into making sure the kids are fed and dressed and off to school that you put your dietary needs last. This breakfast smoothie can be made while the kids are getting dressed. Toss in the ingredients and blend. Good for an on-the-go breakfast

How to Responsibly Dispose of E-Waste - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (1 months ago)If you just want to get the dang thing off your hands, Earth 911 has a wonderful directory to find disposal sites close to your location. Some of Habitat for Humanity’s ReStores will accept e-waste as well as home appliances and building supplies.

How to save on back to school supplies - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (1 months ago)To your kids, shopping for new gear may be the most exciting part of going back to school – but that doesn’t mean you have to spend a fortune every year. Whether they’re starting kindergarten or heading off to university, you can buy them everything they need without breaking the bank. Here’s how to not get “schooled” when back to

Should You DIY Your Last Will & Testament? - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (7 days ago)By Femme Frugal. According to a 2012 survey conducted for LawPRO, 56% of Canadians do not have a signed will. While many adults will draw up a Last Will and Testament after a change in circumstances – getting married, having a child, buying a home – nearly 30% of respondents stated they do not have a will because they don’t know how to start the process or believe they cannot afford one.

10 of the Biggest Boxing Day Blowout Sales in Canada

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Get Deal (6 days ago)Canada’s premier bookstore, gift and lifestyle shop has 60% off select books, home décor, style, toys, electronics, and more available in-store and on-line with free shipping to any store location on all orders over $25. Walmart; The popular retailer for everyday value offers even better deals for Boxing Week running December 26 to 31 st

5 guys’ night out ideas for summer - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (16 days ago)As much as you love spending time with your significant other, kids and family, sometimes it’s fun to go out with just the guys. Bonding with your closest male friends is a great way to blow off steam after a long week. While you can do these “guys’ night out” activities with anyone, they’re great […]

The Evolution of Boxing Day - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (10 days ago)(The same question could be debated over the commercialization of Christmas.) Hard to say, exactly. Boxing Day may have been celebrated with a traditional British fox hunt but now is most well known throughout the Commonwealth countries as a day off to spend with friends or by hunting down the best bargains. Whatever the origin, you can be

The Budget Plan of all Budget Plans to Start Your New Year

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Get Deal (1 months ago)The holiday season often makes or breaks our household budgets. If you feel more broke than balanced, you might be starting this new year off with the promise to budget better, and are in need of a budget plan.

HAPPY BIRTHDAY - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (3 days ago)Happy Birthday from the Save.ca team. We’ve found the best birthday deals in Canada to help you celebrate your big day in style. Check out the hot deals below to ensure you get more bang for your buck on your birthday: Shopping: Shopper’s Drug Mart – Coupon for 8,000 Optimum points when you […]

8 More Ways to Use Your Microwave - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (19 days ago)Make a Homemade Heating Pad – For neck aches, back pains, or whatever else ails you, get some relief by taking an old sock and filling it with rice or buckwheat, sewing or knotting off the end. Heat in the microwave on high for 2-3 minutes.

Easy Breakfast Recipes under $10 - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (14 days ago)Waffles are a great way to start off the day — or a Saturday morning! Here is an easy recipe that you can whip up in no time. Here is an easy recipe that you can whip up in no time. Ingredients:

Happy Birthday! - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (4 days ago)The Body Shop –With the Love Your Body membership (which entitles you to 10% off all year) you will receive a $10 off your purchase. Value Village – 20% off on your birthday if you’re a member of the Super Savers Club. American Eagle – Get 15% off your purchase during birthday month. Sign up for AE Rewards.

BBQ on a Budget - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (1 months ago)While you may want to show off your skills at the grill by serving your family and guests some steaks, a roast, or chicken. But sometimes the basics are all you need. Don’t underestimate the popularity of a barbecued hot dog or juicy burger. These might not be the healthiest options, and they certainly aren’t gourmet – but they’re crowd

The Life of a Coupon - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (5 days ago)We have all used one, clipped one from a coupon insert, grabbed one off a tear pad, even been mailed them from Save.ca, but ever wonder what happens to the coupon after you give it to the cashier? Why do manufacturers put out coupons? Typically it is a way for them to promote their product.

5 ways to celebrate the summer solstice, a.k.a. the first

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Get Deal (5 days ago)Nothing says summer quite like a fun playlist. Kick off summer right with your favourite summer jams. You can make your own using the music library on your phone or computer, or make one on your streaming service of choice. If you can’t decide, or want to discover some new songs, use one of the curated playlists made by other users.

10 Things to do Instead of Boxing Day Shopping - Save.ca

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Get Deal (7 days ago)Living in the Great White North allows for plenty of possibilities when it comes to outdoor Boxing Day activities. Skiing, skating, snowboarding, tobogganing, or a winter wonderland walk in the country are all great ways to get some fresh air and burn off some of those extra Christmas calories. Go to a Movie

The Grocery Cart Saver: 10 Secrets to - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (8 days ago)I often find the final product of what I make from the fruit and vegetables I buy off the cart tastes more satisfying knowing I got an amazing deal and saved the vegetable or fruits ‘life’. Secret #4 ~Batch Cooking and Freezing – One of my favourite ways to save money, eat healthy, and save time is batch and freezer cooking. Visit your

18 Ways to Refashion Thrift Store Clothes - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (10 days ago)By Femme Frugal There are so many good reasons to shop at second-hand stores: you get quality merchandise for a fraction of the price, the non-profit variety helps local communities, buying used is better for the environment than buying new, and rummaging is, in effect, akin to a treasure hunt. One major downside, however, becomes […]

Spring Cleaning Doesn’t Have to Break the Bank - Save.ca

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Get Deal (6 days ago)There are many common repairs you can easily handle yourself. For instance, a leaky kitchen or bathroom pipe you can fix this with a bucket and a replacement p-trap or washer. Turn the water off, place your bucket under the pipe, and replace the washer. There’s more detailed diagrams on how to do this online. Even patching a hole in your

Price Matching: Flyers and Mobile Devices - Save.ca Community

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Get Deal (8 days ago)By Coupon Christine Price matching has become a very popular (and awesome) way to save MONEY, not only because it helps cut down on driving around from store to store to get the in-store deals, BUT you can always price match AND use coupons which is the added bonus! If you are new to price […]

Back-to-School Checklist: College / University - Save.ca

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Get Deal (26 days ago)For living off campus, they will need a lot more items for living away from home. Use these lists as a guide, but also check what the institution recommends students pack in order to have a good campus life. Hint: Check the links below for great deals on select items at Save.ca. For Classes: Backpack and/or laptop case Calculator (for math

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