Four Sears Home stores will close their doors forever on Wednesday, August 23, with another five closing on Sunday, August 27 -- find out where these stores are located and how steep the discounts will be.
It feels like just yesterday that the kids were rushing home with their report cards and screams of "summer vacation!", but even as they enjoy swim lessons, camp, and becoming lemonade-stand moguls, September looms. While back-to-school shopping may not be your child's favourite activity (or yours), it can be a lot more efficient and a lot less painful if you plan ahead.
Summer jobs, summer romances, and summer "can I borrow the car to attend a music festival with a bunch of people I hardly know and if you don't let me you're the meanest parent ever" requests are wrapping up and the school year is almost upon us. Whether you're shopping for your kids, they're shopping for themselves, or some combination of the two, back to school shopping for high school students is a lot simpler with a little forethought and preparation.
It's been a long hot summer, and you're just about done with sleepovers, finding wet beach towels on the floor, and the 24-hour Taylor Swift serenades. While there's still time to ring out some happy summer memories, the back-to-school season is clearly coming into focus on the horizon. If you've got junior-high or middle-school children to shop for, now's the time to start devising your plan of attack for a stress-free and successful shopping experience.
IKEA Halifax will have its grand opening on Wednesday, September 27 at 8:20 AM! Find out where to go if you want to celebrate and read some of our tips on how to get ready for the IKEA shopping experience!
CIBC and PC Financial have announced that they will be ending their 20-year banking partnership, effective November 1. Read more to see what will happen to existing PC Financial customers and how this will impact your day-to-day banking.
Gamers may want to reconsider renewing their Amazon Prime subscription, as it seems that the online retailer has quietly decreased the discounts for pre-ordered games. Keep reading to find out Amazon's new discount as well as any other changes to the terms of the popular promotion.
The highly-anticipated 2018 IKEA Catalogue is available now in Canada! Read more to see some of our favourite new products and find out how you can order a printed copy from IKEA!
Netflix will be raising the prices on all subscription plans in Canada by up to $2.00 per month, effective immediately. All members are affected and you can read more to see how much more you'll be paying per month.
It can be difficult to manage your finances when you're a student and nobody likes to pay banking fees, so we created The Canadian Student Banking Guide -- an easy way to compare the most popular student bank accounts in Canada at a glance and find out which one is best for you.
If there’s a lot of Disney content on your Netflix “My List” to watch, you better setup a date to binge-watch them soon. Disney has just announced that they are ending their deal with Netflix.
Walmart has eliminated the pickup fee for shoppers who use their Grocery Pickup service and pickup orders are now free!
IKEA continues to expand in Canada and they've opened a total of five new Collection Points over the past two months -- three in British Columbia, one in New Brunswick and one in Saskatchewan!
Your weekly pizza night might get a little more expensive, as Pizza Pizza has quietly introduced extra charges on select pizza toppings.
We took a look at the Pizza Pizza menu and found out which toppings now have an extra charge and how much you'll have to pay.
Summer vacation may be at its half-way point, but there's no signs of slowing down for gamers, as there's a brand new set of video game releases coming out this August!
Keep reading for our list of all video game releases coming out this August, including Uncharted: The Lost Legacy for PlayStation 4, Mario + Rabbids: Kingdom Battle for Nintendo Switch, and more!