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  1. Swaps
    I have a huge stack of coupons i cant use and would love to be in a Canadian coupon train.:vibes:
  2. General Chat
    This is something Americans may have never realized! :laugh:
  3. Coupons
    I live in the boondocks. Our local newspaper is only published once a week (on wednesdays), that's it. There isn't much around here for coupons. So are there any good sites to order canadian manufacture coupons? Some places won't take coupons printed from home.
  4. Freebies
    sign up for the newsletter, enter your email and you’ll get an address form www.greatcanadiansoap.com
  5. Utilities
    Hello! I was just reading the other thread about getting rid of cable and running everything through the computer and well I want to do this soooo bad but I'm def clueless!!!!! What are our options in Canada or more specifically Onatrio????
  6. Frugal Canadians
    Often we find that our stuff breaks and we need to make it last another 6 months, or until we get some discretionary income to rectify the problem properly. In the meantime, you can scrounge through dollar stores, and find cheap epoxy made in China. The made in China epoxy from the dollar stores...
  7. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    Just wanted to draw folks' attention to a trend that I have noticed: myself and three of my friends, all banking with different institutions (BMO, Royal and TD Canada Trust), have called our banks for online banking, and while on line have been asked in really caring tones, "I notice your still...
  8. Frugal Canadians
    OK I need some advice folks. We are in a situation. We have some South Korean students we are planning to have for Christmas. Plus some other people. So far I'm planning a Tree Decorating party, a Christmas Eve party, a Christmas Day get together (complete with gifts), and a Medieval Feast...
  9. Thanksgiving
    We'll be out of town as of this afternoon. Have a great Thanksgiving to those celebrating it this weekend. :)
  10. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    What is the difference between RRSP & RSP & are they both considered "Locked-In Retirement Account". Also we are next to broke, but have an option of having some of dh pension benefits from someplace he no longer works either given as a deferred pension (but we're thinking this company may...
  11. General Chat
    Funny picture of the day...
  12. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    I got a phone call concerning the mortgage and its impending renewal. We decided to stay with our current company, ResMor Trust Company, after a discussion with both the mortgage consultant and DH. We were offered the following rates: 1 year fixed - 3.29% 3 year fixed - 3.89% 5 year fixed -...
  13. Coupons
    I save all my Shoppers-type shopping for the days when they have 20x Points Days, and I accumulate about $25/month in points. I have used points to buy a digital camera, a digital photo frame, dvd's and boxes of chocolates (all gifts)...this is a great Christmas time strategy.
  14. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20100216/household_debt_100216/20100216?hub=TopStoriesV2 How does this compare to other countries in the world? We have the mortgage and about $10k in debt, with 3/4 of that being the loan from the inlaws (we just paid $600 onto that...
  15. General Chat
    Hello, I am always reading about how many people save a lot on groceries by printing coupons of the internet..but so many of them are for the united states..does anyone know of any good sites other than save.ca? Thank-you in advance:)
  16. Freebies
    Since I notice there's not a lot of freebies for Canadians I decided to go hunting for some. Not sure if these will be of any use, but enjoy! -http://www.foodland.gov.on.ca/english/free-nutr-guide.html -http://www.flixsticks.com/sandwich -http://www.exederm.com/free-sample.html Those were the...
  17. General Chat
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  18. Debt Reduction & Money Management
    http://www.ctv.ca/servlet/ArticleNews/story/CTVNews/20090521/credit_cardsreax_090521/20090521/ Some of the new regulations announced by Finance Minister Jim Flaherty include: Credit card companies will have to print "all salient information" in a summary box on monthly statements, clearly...
  19. General Chat
    I would love to make this! I live in the deep south and I'm not sure if cheese curds are readily available... Can I use cottage cheese for this or is there something else I can use? Who loves poutine? Who hates it? I would love to know!
  20. General Chat
    Forget Rednecks, Here is what Jeff Foxworthy has to say about Canucks. If your local Dairy Queen is closed from September through May, You may live in Canada . If someone in a Home Depot store Offers you assistance and they don't work there, You may live in Canada . If...
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