Some dietary changes have a preventive effect for many types of cancer. Boosting your intake of vitamin-rich vegetables and fruits, for example, strengthens your immune system and helps knock out cancer cells. To help prevent cancer, it is also smart to avoid meats, dairy products, and fried foods. Choosing fiber-rich legumes, grains, vegetables, and fruits helps keep many types of cancer at bay. Plant foods also contain a wide variety of cancer-fighting substances called phytochemicals. These facts all point to choosing a vegetarian diet to help prevent cancer and improve cancer survival. Studies of vegetarians show that death rates from cancer are only about one-half to three-quarters of those of the general population.
Click here to get a free copy of Healthy Eating for Life: Food Choices for Cancer Prevention and Survival guide
If you can’t wait to get your free copy, you can read the electronic copy of the book here
This is one sizzling hot deal for anyone living in Ottawa or Winnipeg 🙂
Cineplex Entertainment is very pleased to announce the arrival of BIG TICKET TUESDAYS exclusively to its theatres in Ottawa and Winnipeg. For a limited time, the Big Ticket Tuesday value package will include theatre admission, small popcorn, and a regular size fountain drink, all for one low price of $8.95.
More details on the Big Ticket Tuesdays promo here
Click here to get your free sample of the A.B. Costa fragrance. Click on â€œOrderâ€ at the top and then click on â€œOrder a Sampleâ€
Rogers is offering very cheap magazine subscriptions to its customers. Since Iâ€™m a Rogers wireless (cell phone) customer, I took advantage of their offer and Iâ€™ve been loving their magazine service. Magazines are regularly delivered in the mail with no extra shipping or handling charges. I don’t even need to pay for an entire subscription in advance and I can cancel at any time. As for prices, they are just insanely low:
Maclean’s – $2.00/month i.e. $0.50/issue!
Canadian Business – $1.00/month
Chatelaine – $1.00/month
MoneySense – $1.00/month
Today’s Parent – $1.00/month
LOULOU (English or French editions) – $1.00/month
FLARE – $1.00/month
L’actualitÃ© – $2.50/month
ChÃ¢telaine – $1.00/month
Marketing – $7.39/month
You can subscribe to this Rogers Reader’s Advantage offer here.
Every Wednesday, a few IKEA branches in Canada have a one day product special at a wacky price! The prices are usually extremely good (about 75% off) to the point where the product on sale becomes out of stock in a few hours.
The IKEA branches that have a Wacky Wednesdays sale are:
IKEA North York
Every branch has a different Wacky Wednesdays sale
Check IKEAâ€™s website very early on Wednesday and if youâ€™re interested in their deal make sure you visit your IKEA branch early in the morning.
Prep your home for all the neighbourhood ghosts and goblins by carving up some of Chatelaineâ€™s 19 jack-o’-lantern patterns. Chatelaine has some nice pumpkin stencils and nice clear instruction on how to carve your pumpkin.
Download the free stencils and read carving instructions here
Your Exclusive Gift:
Receive this elegant 7-piece gift. Yours, FREE with any Fashion Fair purchase of $29 or more.
Your gift includes:
â€¢ Full size Lipstick in Confidence
â€¢ Eyeliner pencil in Midnight
â€¢ I-ENHANCER Mascara
â€¢ Moisture Lotion
â€¢ Toning Lotion
â€¢ Fashion Fair cosmetic bag plus matching Photo/ID wallet
Offer ends Sunday, October 15th, 2006. One gift per customer, please.
While quantities last.
Available at the following locations: Queen Street, Yonge & Bloor, Yorkdale, Scarborough, Fairview, Woodbine, Erin Mills, Bramalea, Square One, Pickering, Limeridge & Rideau.
Paradigm Retail is hosting their annual Thanksgiving week Levi’s & Dockers Warehouse Sale. You can save up to 80% off a huge selection of Red Tab, Orange Tab, Dockers, Signature and GWG for men and women, including jeans, t-shirts, skirts, denim jackets, sweaters and a lot more.
October 5th until October 9th
Thursday, Friday: 11:00am – 9:00pm
Saturday, Sunday: 10:00am – 6:00pm
Monday: 10:00am – 5:00pm
Hall 4 of the International Centre at 6900 Airport Road in Mississauga.
If youâ€™re interested in beating the crowds, order yourself a VIP preview night (Oct. 4) pass here for $10.
I just had a look at the SaleEvent.ca posted by Steeve and it looks like the warehouse sale includes kids clothing as well including up to 50% off on Osh Kosh B’gosh.
Many fine fragnances are on sale like Ralph LAuren, Elizabeth Arden, Guess, Lacoste, Dolce & Gabbana, Calvin and more.
Read more about this Ottawa warehouse sale here
This deal is by Steeve Urkel 🙂
Just got an email about the cosmetics warehouse sale they have once or twice a year in Ottawa.
I went to it last year, and if you are looking for cheaper perfumes, there were alot.
Mostly white box testers, but I did get a Cabotine 100ml tester for under $20 (usually hard to find and not cheap).
They also have cosmetics and kids clothing. Didn’t look at the cosmetics too much as it seemed to be older items and ok prices. Not sure on the kids clothing.
If anyone goes post how it was this year please
Where: The Nepean Sportsplex
1701 Woodroffe Ave, Nepean
Mon – Friday 11am – 8pm
Saturday 10am – 6pm
Sunday 11 am – 5pm
Register with Avery Canada here and receive a free trial kit.
Get you free Avery trial kit here
When you purchase a Post cereal from your local store, you can get a free rental from Blockbuster. Just cut out the UPC code and pick up a voucher at your local grocery or Blockbuster store. The voucher is valid for 1 free new release rental.
Cereals that include this great deal: Alpha Bits, Sugar Crisp, Shreddies, Honeycomb, Honey Bunches of Oats, Selects Cranberry
Toronto Hydro-Electric System Limited (Toronto Hydro-Electric) has partnered with the Conservation Bureau and popular Toronto retailers to educate our customers about electricity during special in-store events.
The fall Bright IdeasTM events taking place at Toronto retailers are open to Toronto residents only. The events include free CFL (compact fluorescent lights) giveaways, an exchange for old halogen floor lamps (torchieres) and an opportunity to recycle old incandescent festive light strings. On top of this, we will be giving out coupons for a variety of energy efficient products and offering valuable, money-saving tips on how to easily conserve electricity.
More details on the Bright Ideas Event here
Bright Ideas Event Schedule here