Thanks Anna for emailing me this contest info 🙂
Just wanted to share with you all a new contest I found today. You can win Carebears for you (or for your child(ren))
Rules: One entry per email per day. For Canadian residents (except Quebec ). Drawing on June 2nd.
URL: www.daycarebear.ca (contest link on the center of the page). And itâ€™s a useful resource if you’re looking for a daycare provider too!
Click here to visit this daycare contest page
We’ve all seen it in The Simpsons, but who knew that there were Kwik-E-Mart’s in the real world?Â And in Canada no less?
Thanks JennyP for this brilliant coupon!
These Rubbermaid closet organizers usually cost around $80 but they are almost always reduced to $60 or less. Using this coupon you get an extra $25 off and can end up paying $20 or $30 for an $80 closet organizer 🙂
Click here to print this Rubbermaid Canada coupon
Click here for more details
Expires May 31, 2007
Although it’s called “Ladies Night” everyone is invited and everything in the store is 20% off!
Click here for more details on this Mark’s Work Wearhouse event
If you’re thinking about renting a cottage this summer but don’t where where yo start, you’re going to want to check out ontario-cottages.ca. They’re a matchmaking service for renters and owners – think Auto Trader, but for weekly cottage rentals. Best of all, http://www.ontario-cottages.ca/renter-signup.asp you can set it up to have them email you when price drops occur and even have them haggle with the owners on your behalf.
If you happen to have a cottage you’re looking to rent out this summer, the site offers free listings. They also offer real estate contacts if you’re looking to buy/sell a rental property. With more than 500 cottages listed so far, chances are pretty good that you’ll be able to find something you like at a price you can afford. Just remember to pack the mosquito repellent and send us a postcard!
Thanks Cinnamon Kitten for emailing me about these Clinique and Estee Lauder Bonus Time promos at Sears 🙂
Cinnamon Kitten has a stunning beauty blog with loads of helpful beauty tips. Check out her beauty blog here.
I wasn’t sure how to submit deals to the Canadian Deals Blog (I LOVE you blog and check it daily) but there are 2 great promotions going on at Sears right now – one is for Estee Lauder (you have to spend $42.50 on Estee Lauder fragrances) and the other is for Clinique (you have to spend $26.50 on Clinique products).
I’ve put the full details, including photos, on my blog – please feel free to “steal” the details from there if you feel that this is something you’d like to tell your readers about.
Estee Lauder link
Ends Sunday, May 13, 2007
Thanks to Acrossenger for allowing me to post this spectacular list of AVIS coupons, discounts and gift cards here!
If you’re renting a car this summer, this list of coupons, discounts and perks is a must read.
Thanks Adora T. for yet another awesome deal 🙂
Purchase any 3 armor all products from participating retailers & receive a $10 rebate cheque by mail.
Click here for details on this Armor All rebate
Thanks Adora T. for emailing me about this free magazine 🙂
I’m not sure if it was mentioned, but you can get a free magazine from P&G with coupons in the mail from here: http://www.rougemag.com/subscribe
I love free stuff! 😀
The magazine does indeed come with loads of awesome Canadian Proctor & Gamble coupons.
Click here to order your free copy of Rouge Canada
Bumped because many useful comments have been added by doctors and other visitors
If you have a bottle-fed baby at home, take note: according to the FDA, Nestle Good Start infant formula’s nutritional content doesn’t match up with what’s promised on the label. What’s more is that the amount of calcium and phosphorous doesn’t meet minimum FDA requirements for infant formula sold in the US. The FDA came to these conclusions after an inspection of a Nestle facility in Eau Claire, Wisconsin.
The full letter from the FDA to Nestle is available here. Nestle has yet to comment on the findings, but this isn’t the first strike they’ve had against them regarding infant formula. The Infant Feeding Action Coalition of Canada (INFACT) has long been involved in a boycott of Nestle products due to purported abuses relating to similar products. For more information regarding past claims of poor behaviour on the part of Nestle, you can check out the INFACT Nestle boycott updates here.