Monthly Archives: May 2011

May Summary

Certainly the main item this month was the gas prices in Toronto. We reached a high of $1.41/ltr or a little over $5.25/gal. Lots of press coverage sent the price down and it has now settled in at around the … Continue reading

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Big Wheels Keep On Turning

Dana Flavelle’s article “Why tires cost more in Canada” in today’s Toronto Star causes me to recall my own experience. In 2009 the 2001 Audi rubber was getting a little thin so I started shopping around for some new tires. … Continue reading

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Extreme Couponing Canada – NOT!

We have an affinity for copying U.S. and U.K. TV shows here in Canada. TLC has released a new show, Extreme Couponing. Extreme Couponing follows along as savvy shoppers plan and plot their way to unbelievable savings. Couponing and Rebates … Continue reading

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