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May 31, 2023

Cost of living across Canada

Cost of living across Canada

The cost of living in Canada can be affected by various specific factors. In general, this concern is one of the 3 main concerns of people who immigrate to Canada and live in this country. It doesn’t matter if you are calculating the living expenses for your student period or […]

These are the best and worst GTA cities for property taxes

If you’re looking to buy a property in the GTA (and aren’t completely set in stone about which city to call home), considering factors like property taxes may help you decide which municipality matches your budget the best. Property taxes can vary significantly from city to city, and are set […]

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5 Ontario Stores That Will Give You Free Stuff On Your Birthday & There’s So Much You Can Get

  The Ontario stores listed below offer complimentary gifts on your special day every year, and collecting them is a blissfully simple process. Starbucks Members of the Starbucks Rewards program receive a complimentary handcrafted beverage, food item, or ready-to-drink bottled beverage (referred to as the “Birthday Reward”) on their special […]

4 Beautiful Small Towns In BC You Can Move To For A Lower Cost Of Living​

  Vancouver’s cost of living might have you dreaming of greener, and cheaper, pastures. Luckily there are some stunning small towns in B.C. that come with a considerably smaller price tag compared to Vancouver – or Victoria for that matter. Living Wage for Families in BC calculated “the hourly amount […]

Sick of removing laptops, liquids at airports? Some travellers can soon skip

  Starting this summer, some air travellers in Canada will no longer need to take their personal belongings out of their carry-on luggage during airport security screening. Transport Minister Omar Alghabra made the announcement Tuesday for a new Verified Traveller Program being launched by the Canadian Air Transport Security Authority […]

All the ways Canadians will get more money from the government this summer

  GST/HST credit Payment due: July 5 The goods and services tax/harmonized sales tax (GST/HST) credit is a tax-free quarterly payment. It aims to help Canadian individuals and families with low to modest incomes offset the taxes that they pay. According to the government, you could get up to: $467 […]

Canada gas prices to rise due to cleaner fuel rules

  A new analysis finds the federal government’s plan to move to cleaner fuel sources will raise the price at the pump and have a negative impact on economic growth. The report released on Thursday looked at Canada’s Clean Fuel Regulations which are set to take effect on July 1. […]

5 Grocery Mistakes I’ve Been Making That Have Been Blowing Up The Cost Of My Food Bill

  It doesn’t look like the cost of groceries in Canada will be getting cheaper any time soon. With that in mind, I’ve been taking a hard look at my grocery shopping habits and looking for ways to save myself some money. Not using meal-saving apps I recently discovered an […]

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Inflation rate unexpectedly increased in April, jumping up to 4.4%

  Canada’s inflation rate reversed its cooling trend last month and moved higher, to a 4.4 per cent annual rate. Economists had been expecting new data released by Statistics Canada on Tuesday to show the cost of living had eased from March’s 4.3 per cent pace to something around 4.1. […]

People Are Sharing Their Toronto Life Hacks From Groceries To The TTC & Tons Are So Helpful

  Living in Toronto can be a bit of a battle, but anyone dealing with the daily challenges of the TTC, the high cost of groceries, and other unfortunate realities of Canada’s largest city has likely come up with their own unique way of being efficient. In a question posed […]