As mentioned on our last blog (part 1 of this blog series), one of the biggest expenses for many homeowners is the energy bill. So it is important to always be looking for ways to save in this area. Here are more ways to help you save money on your energy bill: 1. Switch to LED lights. They are a bit more expensive but it is a great investment in the long run as you will save a lot of money on your energy bills. The lifespan of an LED light bulb is about 25 years compared to halogen which has...
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One of the biggest expenses of most homeowners is the energy bill. And if you want to save money in this area, it can definitely do wonders on your monthly budget. Here are some simple and easy ways to save money on your energy bill. 1. Turn off lights when not in use. Sounds simple enough but you won’t believe how many households can’t quite get around to doing this. Some houses even have their lights on their front doors and garage doors turned on 24/7. You can save $15 per year just to turn off two 100-watt incandescent light bulbs...
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The cost of living in major cities has been increasing at an alarming rate. And with the recent trade dispute between Canada and the US, we’re seeing everything, from groceries to gas prices, going up and up and up. With the prices of everything increasing, we need to take a look at all the small expenses that we spend on and see if we can save some money by avoiding them altogether. Remember, every little cent adds up! 1. Coffee. If you are one of those people who stop by at your local Starbucks and buy a $5 cup of coffee...
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Last June 21st, 2018, the Cannabis Act received Royal Assent. The Cannabis Act aims to keep cannabis out of the hands of children and the profits away from criminals and organized crime. As many of you know already, cannabis for non-medical purposes will become available for legal retail sale in Canada on October 17, 2018. In preparation for this, the Canadian Government has released a set of proposals under Excise Act, 2001 for public consultation. These technical draft regulatory and legislative proposals will provide for the additional excise duty rates for each province or territory that has signed a Coordinated Cannabis...
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