The Home Depot Canada FREE Workshops for Her: Painting Your Home’s Exterior: Prep and Saint or Stain, Today, Wednesday, June 21

The Home Depot Canada has a new FREE workshops available today! The Home Depot Canada today FREE workshops includes: Do-It-Herself Workshops – Painting Your Home’s Exterior: Prep and paint or stain. Participants will learn how to prep and paint exteriors, including windows and trim. How to paint or stain home exteriors as well.

The Home Depot Canada FREE workshops is valid today, Wednesday, June 21, 2017 – 07:00 pm to 08:00 pm.

To book your slot at a workshop, contact your local Home Depot location.

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Amazon Canada Hiring 200 New Employees For Toronto Office

Shortly after the announcement that Amazon would be buying Whole Foods, the company made another, not quite as ground shaking, announcement regarding their business operations in Canada. On Tuesday, Premier Kathleen Wynne made an announcement with Amazon that they would be expanding their corporate offices into Toronto. The office space will accommodate for the hiring of 200 new employees, 90 percent of which will be highly skilled technical positions.

The requirement for highly skilled technical positions makes sense, especially when you look at what the objectives of this new office space will be. The focus areas of the Toronto office will be on Amazon Fulfillment Technologies, the voice-controlled intelligent personal assistant Alexa and Amazon Web Services.

Click here to learn more about Amazon’s new Toronto corporate offices.

Coca-Cola Canada Unveils New Canada 150 Can & Commemorative Coca-Cola Book Release

Coca-Cola Canada is helping our great nation celebrate the 150th anniversary in style and starting this week you’ll be able to see just how much the soda retailer cares about its unique history in the Great White North. Coca-Cola Canada has created a new iconic can, which will be sold in 222mL 6-packs and will feature the 150th logo against the backdrop of an old fashioned Coca-Cola bottle. At the top of the bottle, a silhouetted maple leaf will be proudly displayed and of course the colour scheme will be red and white, which just so happens to be both Canada and Coca-Cola’s colours.

In addition to the new Canada 150 can, Coca-Cola will also be releasing a commemorative book (starting today) that celebrates the company’s history in Canada for the past 120 years. You will be able to find this piece of memorabilia wherever books are sold and the book is going to be, aptly called, Canada’s Coca-Cola: Refreshing the Nation for 120 Years.

Coca-Cola is also releasing a new commercial to help promote the new 150 222mL cans that will feature music from none other than the great Canadian musician Bryan Adams. The ad has two Canadians going from one side of the country to the other in search of a runaway Coca-Cola.

Click here to learn more about Coca-Cola Canada’s celebration of Canada 150.

IKEA Canada Pop-Up Queen Street Location Now Open

It’s back again for another year, except this year’s iteration of the IKEA Canada Play Cafe will be emphasizing the ‘play’ portion of their name as it features interactive games that will help in discounting your food purchases from the cafe. The pop up shop has opened in Toronto on Queen Street West, at 336 Queen St., and it will be open from June 16th to June 26th. The hours of availability will be:

  • Mon to Sat: 11-8pm
  • Sun: 10-6pm

The cafe is 8,000 square feet and takes up an entire two floors of interactive fun. The cafe is broken into three different themes: shopping, eating, and playing (of course). In the play room, you can enjoy a game that is similar to what most people would call DDR (Dance, Dance Revolution) and collect points to discount your purchases at the cafe. At the cafe, you can buy familiar IKEA staples, such as Swedish meatballs and waffles.

And if you head over to the shopping area, you won’t necessarily be able to make big purchases on things like bed and living room furniture, but you will be able to shop for over 50 different decor items and kitchen accessories.

Click here to learn more about the pop-up IKEA Play Cafe.

Amazon Purchasing Whole Food For $13.4 Billion

Shockwaves were sent through the grocery industry on Friday when Amazon made the shocking announcement that they’d be purchasing the high-end grocery retailer Whole Foods for the “measly” price tag of $13.4 billion USD.

This is a major move for the e-commerce giant, as this merger will place Amazon in hundreds of neighbourhoods across the US and Canada, giving them a much needed edge in the brick-and-mortar retail game. Amazon has been struggling to get customers to switch to purchasing groceries online, something they have been offering for over a decade but have found that people prefer to buy their produce at physical locations.

This merger, however, will give them that much sought after edge as Whole Foods has over 460 locations in both the US, Canada and Britain.

This will also give Amazon a chance to freely advertise their Amazon Prime services (a $99/year membership fee) in Whole Foods locations, and possibly give members a chance to receive discounted groceries – similar to how Prime members can receive discounts at bookstores. Currently, 49 million Americans subscribe to the Amazon Prime services, which is estimated to make up about 44 percent of all households.

On the pop cultural side of things, the merger between Whole Foods and Amazon provided the Twitter-sphere with a ‘prime’ opportunity to make an easy joke.

Here are some of the reactions from those of us who won’t be making a $13.4 billion deal anytime soon:

Happy Father’s Day!

Wishing all the dads out there a wonderful Father’s Day! 🙂

Toys R Us Canada has FREE Family Events: Cars 3 Pit Stop Play Day, Today June 17 & Receive a FREE Despicable Me 3 Cineplex Child Movie Voucher

Toys R Us Canada has FREE Family Events in June. The Toys R Us June Family Events include fun make & Takes, product demos, giveaways and more.

Visit your local Toys“R”Us store to take part in the exciting promotions and activities your kids will love. All events are offered In-store only. While quantities last. Giveaways and make and takes are limit to one per child. Events recommended for children ages 4 years and up.

Today, Saturday, June 17, 2017 from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm: Cars 3 Pit Stop Play Day

  • Visit each pit stop to play with the hottest CARS 3 toys and pick-up your FREE Toys”R”Us exclusive Die-cast Collector Poster!


  • Toys R Us & Cineplex Canada has a great promotion available now and valid until Thursday, June 29, 2017, while supplies last. Receive a FREE Despicable Me 3 Cineplex Child Movie Voucher when you spend $30 or more (before taxes) on any Despicable Me 3 products.

Click here to view the Toys R Us flyer.

Click here to get more information on this event.

Cineplex Canada Family Favourites Movies Promotions: Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them For $2.99/Ticket, Today, Saturday, June 17 at 11AM!

Cineplex Canada has released their new schedule. The Cineplex Canada Family Favourites Movies include:

  • Today, Saturday, June 17, 2017 at 11am the film Fantastic Beasts And Where To Find Them, Adventure, Fantasy, is the Family Favourites for $2.99 (2h 12m).

Here’s the upcoming movie every Saturday morning at 11am for Cineplex Family Favourites at $2.99 each:

June 2017:

  • Saturday, June 24, 2017: The Muppet Movie

July 2017:

  • Saturday, July 1 2017: Back to the Future
  • Saturday, July 8 2017: Ballerina
  • Saturday, July 15 2017: The Wild Life
  • Saturday, July 22 2017: A Monster Calls
  • Saturday, July 29 2017: Monster Trucks

August 2017:

  • Saturday, August 5, 2017: Pup Star
  • Saturday, August 12, 2017: Lego Batman
  • Saturday, August 19, 2017: Pup Star 2 Premiere
  • Saturday, August 26, 2017: Pup Star 2 Encore

Sebtember 2017:

  • Saturday September 2, 2017: Power Rangers
  • Saturday September 9, 2017: Smurfs: The Lost Village
  • Saturday September 16, 2017: Diary of a Wimpy Kid: The Long Haul
  • Saturday September 23, 2017: The Princess Bride
  • Saturday September 29, 2017: Boss Baby

Click here to see a list of Cineplex participates in the Family Favourites event.

Click here to get tickets from Cineplex online

The Home Depot Canada FREE Workshops: Pavestone Walkway – Laying the Base, Arranging Paving Stones, Today, Saturday, June 17

The Home Depot Canada has a new FREE workshops available today! The Home Depot Canada today FREE workshops includes: Pavestone Walkway: Laying the base, arranging paving stones. Participants will learn about the products and processes involved in successfully laying a long-lasting walkway with Pavestone brand pavers.

The Home Depot Canada FREE workshops is valid today, Sunday, June 17, 2017 – 10:00 am to 11:00 am.

To book your slot at a workshop, contact your local Home Depot location.

Click here to get all Home Depot Canada online offers.

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Tim Hortons & CIBC Freebies: Get a FREE Tim Hortons Product Every Weekend Just for Using CIBC Visa Card

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CIBC Tim Hortons Double Double Visa Card has a FREE Weekends event available now. The Tim Hortons event includes:

  • CIBC Tim Hortons Double Double Visa Cardholders will receive a coupon for a FREE Tim Hortons product every weekend just for using their card.
  • Make one purchase in June, 2017 and receive a coupon for the month of July 2017 for a FREE Special Treat.

Click here for more details about FREE Tim Hortons product every weekend.

Cellphone Unlocking Fees Banned, CRTC Orders All New Devices Be Unlocked

The chains that previously kept you tethered to your cellphone company, that is the irritating and outrageous unlocking fee, usually costing at least $50, is no longer. The CRTC ruled on Thursday that both small and individual cellphone customers will have the right to request to have their cellphones unlocked for free, making unlocking fees a thing of the past.

As of December 1, 2017, customers will be able to request for their cellphone to be unlocked for free and all newly purchased cellphones will have to come unlocked for the customers automatically.

The unlocking fee is something that many Canadians have complained about in the past, as it essentially keeps you locked in to your providers services. This new decision is a step in the right direction to giving Canadians more freedom with their cellphone providers, though there is still a long way to go.

Last year, the CRTC reported that the big Canadian telecoms made $37.7 million for 2016 just through unlocking fees.

Another change announced by the CRTC was that customers trial period will be extended to 15 days after their purchase, in which they can return their phone in “near new” condition free of charge. They must have used less than half of their plan’s monthly usage limit, but so long as you meet these requirements it will come at no extra charge.

Click here to learn more about the CRTC banning of unlocking fees.

Garnier Canada Freebies: Get a FREE Sample of Garnier Whole Blends Argan & Camelia Oils Shampoo and Conditioner

Garnier Canada has a new freebie available now! Get a FREE Sample of Garnier Whole Blends Argan & Camelia Oils Shampoo and Conditioner. To get your Freebies, fill out this form.

This Garnier freebies is valid now until Monday, July 31, 2017 while supplies last.

Click here to get your Freebies.

Food Recall Warning: Nature’s Path Brand Coconut & Cashew Butter Crunchy Granola Recalled Due to Possible Listeria Monocytogenes

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Nature’s Path Foods Inc. is recalling Nature’s Path brand Coconut & Cashew Butter Crunchy Granola from the marketplace due to possible Listeria monocytogenes contamination. Consumers should not consume the recalled product described below.

The following product has been sold from Costco warehouse locations in Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba and Saskatchewan.

Check to see if you have recalled products in your home. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

If you think you became sick from consuming a recalled product, call your doctor.

Food contaminated with Listeria monocytogenes may not look or smell spoiled but can still make you sick. Symptoms can include vomiting, nausea, persistent fever, muscle aches, severe headache and neck stiffness. Pregnant women, the elderly and people with weakened immune systems are particularly at risk. Although infected pregnant women may experience only mild, flu-like symptoms, the infection can lead to premature delivery, infection of the newborn or even stillbirth. In severe cases of illness, people may die.

Click here to read more information about this recall.

Food Recall Warning: Loblaw Companies Limited Recalling Foremost Brand Milk Products Due to Possible Presence of Sharp Metal Objects

Loblaw Companies Limited is recalling Foremost brand milk products from the marketplace due to the possible presence of sharp metal objects. Consumers should not consume the recalled products described below.

The following products have been sold on Vancouver Island, British Columbia.

What you should do

Check to see if you have recalled product in your home. Recalled products should be thrown out or returned to the store where they were purchased.

There have been no reported injuries associated with the consumption of these products.

Click here to read more information about this recall.

Sears Canada Seeks Buyer, Raising Doubts About Its Future

One of Canada’s most fabled department stores, whose catalogue has been a coffee table feature of most Canadians homes for the past few decades, made an announcement on Tuesday that there is “significant doubt” about Sears future and that they could be selling the company.

This announcement comes at the heels of many other staple Canadian retailers who are struggling to compete in the e-commerce world of online shopping. Sears reported in their first-quarter a loss of $144.4 million – which is a 15.2 percent decline in revenue from last year.

In their first-quarter results, Sears cites online shopping as one of the main competitors that is threatening their efforts to transform the department store for the modern consumer, saying:

“The company continues to face a very challenging environment with recurring operating losses and negative cash flows from operating activities in the last five fiscal years, with net losses beginning in 2014.”

There have been improvements in sales at Sears retail stores, partially due to their efforts of adding discount designer lines to their selection, their revenue still fell to just $505.5 million (a $90 million drop) largely because of a loss of interest in catalogue sales.

Sears currently runs 95 department store and 26 Sears Home locations, plus an additional 14 outlets.

The department store giant has postponed their annual meeting, which was scheduled for Wednesday at 8am and Jeffrey Stollenwerck, who is not standing for re-election as a director, has resigned effective Tuesday.

Click here to learn more about Sears Canada’s future.

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