So many great printables are available on the Healthy Essentials website. Print them off and stock up your coupon binders so you have them when you need them! Click here to go there now.
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A little birdie has told us that gas prices are set to go up tonight in most of Alberta. Prices have already jumped by as must as 10 cents per litre at some Calgary stations. Time to go fill ‘er up!!
Couples want to celebrate in style on Valentine’s Day, but the budget might be looking bleak. Before you settle for a 99-cent card, take a look at some creative ways to love your sweetie without souring the dough. Luxury doesn’t necessarily mean expensive. The traditional Valentine’s Day gifts are jewelry, gourmet food or sweets, and gifts of [...]
On February 4, 2013 you won’t see stores, gas stations, coffee shops and restaurants giving out pennies anymore ~ why you ask? “They are worth almost nothing, they are cumbersome and they cost the government at least $130-million per year to keep in circulation”. (National Post, March 2012). Will I seem old-fashioned if I say [...]
Are you excited to shop at Target?! Check out what brands they will be carrying in their Canadian stores… Target Canada
We get asked a lot where are the Canadian coupon inserts and why can’t I find them? Firstly, what is a coupon insert? In Canada there are 3 inserts: SmartSource, Red Plum and Brandsaver. They are a coupon booklet (8 x 11) and come on a glossy/shiny paper material. Coupons [...]
We’ve had quite a few requests lately to post not only coupon-related tips but also general tips on frugal living. Although living in Alberta is fairly less-expensive compared to other provinces, living in major cities always costs more. Here’s a great article that I came across on zenhabits.com that lists the top 50 tips for [...]
If you’re like me and just got a shiny new Tassimo for Christmas – you may want to read up on this recall issued for certain Tassimo Discs. Click here for more info. Thanks to my buddy NB Coupon Clipper for the heads up on this!
Most 911 calls are made from cell phones, and we are able to make those calls for free… for now. Alberta would like to implement an automatic monthly charge on our cell phone bills to help pay for the upgrades to their 911 operations. Agree? Disagree? Read more about [...]
**Info take from the Canada Post website**