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  • If you thought you escaped Flu Season 2017-2018, think again. This year’s flu season has been epic in the worst way. It’s been worse than before, and according to experts, if you’re not sick, someone you know is. But don’t fret, there’s still a lot you can do to prevent the flu from ruining your […] The post Flu Season Still Isn’t Over and Here’s What You Should Know appeared first on Save.ca Comm...

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  • Now that the holiday season is over, you might be feeling a bit blue. If you want to spread your wings and fly away, there are plenty of post-holiday travel deals out there. Whether you want to escape the cold and snow, or you’re just looking for a change of scenery – there are some […] The post Great Post-Holiday Travel Deals You Can Find Right Now appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • Toronto, ON – As a consumer, spending money is just a part of daily living. Sometimes we even buy things we don’t really need, which is why it’s best to focus on the necessities (hygiene products, cleaning products, groceries, and so on). When it comes to consuming, what do shoppers really look for? As a […] The post What Consumers Want appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • SAVE.CA’s BIG GAME PRIZEPACK CONTEST RULES AND REGULATIONS   Agreement: These rules govern the Save.ca Big Game Prize Pack Contest (the “Contest”). No purchase is necessary to enter the Contest. The act of entering the Contest constitutes acceptance of these Contest rules and the decisions of the Sponsor, which decisions shall be final and binding […] The post BIG GAME PRIZE PACK CONTEST RULES AND...

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  • Turn your football party into an Oscar party by serving up some unexpectedly decadent snacks. It’s football’s biggest night, so why not enjoy it like a celebrity. Serve champagne instead of beer, brie instead of nachos, and canapés and charcuterie boards instead of chips and wings. Here are some food ideas for the big game: […] The post Classy Football Treats for your Big Game Party appeared first...

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  • What are your plans for February 4th? If you’re thinking about having a few friends over to watch the big game, consider turning your gathering into a football themed party. Don’t worry, it doesn’t have to cost you much to get into the spirit of championship Sunday, nor do you have to be a five-star […] The post Easy, but Festive Snacks for the Big Game appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • With some important sports games fast approaching, it’s time to start organizing for the big party you’re going to throw. Hosting a party can feel a bit overwhelming with needing to get enough food to last several hours, including party games. But with this easy guide, you’ll be able to put everything together and have […] The post Be the Hostess with the Mostess at Your Big Game Party appeared fi...

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  • Following holiday season treats and eats, you might be feeling a little lethargic heading into the new year. Hitting the gym to feel better this January is only part of the healthy lifestyle equation. Ensuring you plan each day with healthy food options no matter the meal is also important. Meal prep is more than […] The post Healthy Post-Holiday Dinner Ideas You Can Easily Prep to Start Your Year...

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  • Just like putting winter tires on your car, your skin has different needs when the weather gets colder. There’s no such thing as an all-season skincare routine. Living in Canada means we are exposed to cold temperatures for several months out of the year. The air can be quite drying as well, which spells trouble […] The post Winter Essentials to Keep Your Skin Healthy appeared first on Save.ca Com...

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  • Toronto, ON – Grocery shopping as we know it can be a hassle and very time-consuming. Often enough we come home from work to a list of chores, and quite frequently buying groceries is one of those items. Most of us make a grocery list of items that we need for the week, but now, […] The post Study: What will grocery shopping be like in the future? appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • By Femme Frugal There is evidence that the very first alcoholic beverage was consumed during the Stone Age, circa 10,000 B.C., and it’s presumed that since that time humans have tried to cure – or at least curtail – the effects of the dreaded hangover.  You know the next-day cost of a good time: nausea, […] The post Tips for Dealing with the New Year’s Day Hangover, According to Science appeared f...

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  •  By Jo on the Go The New Year’s resolution: the phrase itself gives me goose bumps. “What is your New Year’s resolution?” a friend will ask with casual curiosity. Well, what? I mean, I don’t know. What IS my New Year’s resolution? And is one enough? And the anxiety begins. The idea of renewal and […] The post How to Make a New Year’s Resolution that Sticks appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • By Femme Frugal Painting the town red on New Year’s Eve is usually a pricey endeavour. Avoid the crowds, the cover charges, the overpriced food and drink, as well as the Sisyphean task of hailing a cab at 3 a.m., and save some of that green for 2018 by gathering together your friends and family […] The post 4 Free Party Game Ideas for New Year’s Eve appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • Toronto, ON – Retailers, such as grocery and department stores, continue to rise in sales. A recent study by Microsoft, Retail Council of Canada, and research tool WisePlum, showed that more than 90 per cent of sales happen in the actual store rather than online. Consumers prefer the physical retail store experience that provides the […] The post Study Shows Canadians Prefer Shopping in-Store Rath...

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  • by Jo on the Go Don’t set yourself up for failure this year! There’s a better way to achieve your goals in 2018. A shiny New Year gleams before us, beckoning us to reinvent ourselves and achieve personal and professional success. But as we know, most resolutions aren’t kept beyond the end of January. Instead […] The post Scaling Back Your New Year’s Resolutions appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • Canadian Boxing Day Shopping Tradition The day after Christmas has become synonymous with big sales. Many serious shoppers will be setting their alarms to line up for the door crasher sales that start before the sun is up. For many Canadians taking advantage of Boxing Day’s deep discounts is worth waiting all year for. Black […] The post Boxing Day Shopping vs Online: What Canadians are Opting for...

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  • While some people can’t resist the lure of Boxing Day discounts, for others the thoughts of braving the shopping hoards is the last thing they want to do. For those who fall in that category here are some things to do on Boxing Day that won’t take you anywhere near the mall. Continue the Tradition […] The post 10 Things to do Instead of Boxing Day Shopping appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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  • Boxing Day has become synonymous with big savings as retailers slash prices, offering deep discounts on everything from toys and tech gadgets to clothing and Christmas decorations on December 26. What is Boxing Day? If you’ve ever wondered about Boxing Day traditions and where the name comes from, there are rival theories about the exact […] The post A History of Boxing Day appeared first on Save....

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  • You’ve eaten the Christmas feast, drank the eggnog, gorged on sweets. If healthy food choices for the holidays seem in short supply, when Christmas is officially over Boxing Day is a perfect time to balance out all the heavy decadent foods with some cleansing recipes that are good for the waistline and good for the […] The post Boxing Day Detox Recipes: Clean Eating Soups, Smoothies, Salads etc. a...

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  • A fantastic Christmas feast with all the fixings is the crowning glory of your yuletide celebrations. After cooking a festive spread, don’t let all that extra food go to waste. If you’re looking for easy dinner ideas with leftovers, here are some ways to turn them into delicious and hearty meals the whole family will […] The post Turn Holiday Leftovers into a Boxing Day Feast appeared first on Sav...

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  • There’s a well-known stereotype surrounding the used car salesperson: the no-holds-barred ace manipulator glued to your side and desperate to make a sale. This stereotype is so well-known in fact, that people can choose to dress up as one at costume parties (and look pretty ridiculous at that).  But as Momjo bloggers Liat and Carolina […] The post Skeptical about buying a used vehicle? Watch as Mo...

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  • By Jane Pinzhoffer Everyone will have worked up an appetite after the presents have been opened and admired on Christmas morning. Whether it’s a small family affair or a larger gathering of houseguests, keep the yuletide celebration going with these scrumptious Christmas brunch recipes. Christmas Morning Egg Casserole (8 servings) This easy cheesy casserole won’t […] The post Christmas Brunch Reci...

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Win Your Wish List

  • By Jane Pinzhoffer There are so many things to remember during the hectic holiday season. In addition to presents there’s also the holiday meal to plan and shop for. Making a list and checking it twice is more essential than ever. You probably won’t forget to buy the turkey, but have you got sage for […] The post Win Your Wish List appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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Win Your Winter Tires

  • By Jane Pinzhoffer If this is your first winter driving your own car, you’re probably wondering if you should bother installing winter tires. Although Quebec is the only province where it’s mandatory for every vehicle to have winter tires, all Canadian provinces recommend installing winter tires when the temperature drops below 7 degrees Celsius. While […] The post Win Your Winter Tires appeared f...

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