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Expensive vs cheap one? In real life, is the $20 one that much better than a 50$ mill?I am trying to decide between OXO ($20) and a The Peugeot Paris U’Select ($50).
I used to use my star rewards to get 25g of premium tea from Teavanna that would otherwise cost $10-$15. Now that they're closed I don't know what to use them for.
What are your favourite(s)? Mine are: Poutine - To be exact, just the regular poutine. Surprisingly I had a great poutine at Quebec City airport last year. Also Hero Burger at Sherway used to make a very good poutine. Shawarma ...
... Came out to $542+tax with 4 years of warranty in total( bought additional coverage). I think quite a few people have this machine so I wonder what should I buy for it. For example, I hear some people buy some kind of 3rd party cleaning tablets due to huge cost savings. Where can I buy these ...
... There's: Ginger Lime Feisty Cherry Twisted Mango Zesty Blood Orange Anyone know what the prices are like in stores? I am not really a fan of diet coke and prefer coke zero, but was thinking about getting a case to try. Which one ...
... nearest is in Oshawa. You'd think with higher demographics and population there would be one joint left in the big 6. But nope - none at all. So what happened?
I like their fruit and fibre one
Do you guys eat Jell-O? I've been eating it a lot in leu of junkier foods like ice cream, chips, ect. Growing up a lot of my classmates would eat it but I never did so I wondered if it was something most people here did or do. To me it's still veruuch a kids food or geriatrichs.
Been researching the new Purple Tea developed by the Tea Research Institute in Kenya-being a country that produces a lot of world tea. Tea generally is not touted as a health supplement bu this particular variety has more health benefits due to it's high levels of anti-oxidants. Can anyone really cl...
Restaurant News Canada seems to have stopped dead in it's tracks @ May 30, 2017... http://canadianrestaurantnews.com/canada/latest-newsClicking on January 2018 gets this message: http://canadianrestaurantnews.com/canada/latest-news?year=2018&month=01
What ice cream are you buying these days? Any thoughts on Chapman's products? I just got a coupon from them.
My London friend want me to bring some traditional Canadian sweets/chocolate/biscuit. what is the best choice I can bring? No need to be expensive, but needs to represent Canada. I will buy in Toronto and bring them to Great Britain.Thanks for your idea.
I usually leave 15% rounded up but noticed the receipt to be $2 more than what I had written down. I do not have the receipt anymore and it's not worth my time but would hate to see someone get a way with it. What should I do?
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