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  • Your Guide to Throwing the Ultimate Oscar Party

    Hosted by late night TV’s Jimmy Kimmel, the 89th Academy Awards look like they’re going to be a great mix of good humour and star-studded glamour, and hopefully some song and dance. All the more reason to throw your very own Oscar viewing party! Using some inspiration from a few of this year’s nominated films, […] The post Your Guide to Throwing the Ultimate Oscar Party appeared first on Save.ca C...

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Generated 1 week ago

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  • Recipe: SunButter Monster Cookies

    This SunButter Monster Cookie recipe was created by one of the winners from SunButter’s Fan Favorite Recipe Book Contest. Find this recipe and many other fan favorites in SunButter’s latest free recipe book: www.sunbutter.com/freerecipebook.   The post Recipe: SunButter Monster Cookies appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Family Day Fun Across Canada

    By Allison Webster Family Day is a great time to get outside and enjoy a good old fashioned Canadian winter! It’s nice to have a mid-winter break to do things as a family that you never seem to have time to do on the weekends. Ontario, Saskatchewan, Alberta, and British Columbia all have Family Day […] The post Family Day Fun Across Canada appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Recipe: Valentine’s Heart Shaped Pasta Dinner

        The post Recipe: Valentine’s Heart Shaped Pasta Dinner appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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Generated 2 weeks ago

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  • How to Survive a Football Party

    By Jo on the Go Apparently there’s this big football game coming up on the first Sunday of February. If you are attending or (gasp!) hosting a party but can’t tell a tight end from a quarterback, here are a few ways you can still enjoy yourself. Who’s Coming? Ask the guys what it takes […] The post How to Survive a Football Party appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Football Parties on a Budget

    By Coupon Christine With the countdown to that very special football Sunday, have you started to make a list of what you are serving?  Having a wide variety of treats laid out makes for happy guests. Where is there a huge selection that you can grab what you need? Bulk Barn – you can grab […] The post Football Parties on a Budget appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • National Days You Need to Put on Your Calendar

    If your calendar is like mine, you probably know when all the bank holidays are, and the high holidays of various religions, but there are some other important days that are worth knowing about. Get out your pen, cause you’re going to want to jot some of these down. January National Popcorn Day January seems […] The post National Days You Need to Put on Your Calendar appeared first on Save.ca Comm...

  • Have a Happy and Healthy 2017 with these Resolutions for Your Kids

    It’s hard to believe that 2016 is coming to an end. Soon it will be January 1, 2017, so it’s time to start thinking about your goals and aspirations for the coming year. If you’re a busy parent, there may be some resolutions you’d like to make on behalf of your family and kids rather […] The post Have a Happy and Healthy 2017 with these Resolutions for Your Kids appeared first on Save.ca Community...

  • Scaling Back Your New Year’s Resolutions

    by Jo on the Go Don’t set yourself up for failure this year! There’s a better way to achieve your goals in 2017. A shiny New Year gleams before us, beckoning us to reinvent ourselves and achieve personal and professional success. But as we know, most resolutions aren’t kept beyond the end of January. Instead […] The post Scaling Back Your New Year’s Resolutions appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • 10 of the Biggest Boxing Day Blowout Sales in Canada

    By Jane Pinzhoffer Set your alarm clock because all the celebrating and Christmas dinner carbs might make you sleep like a baby and lots of stores are open as early as 6 a.m. offering door crasher Boxing Day deals with limited supply. Although Black Friday is gaining traction in Canada, Boxing Day is still the […] The post 10 of the Biggest Boxing Day Blowout Sales in Canada appeared first on Save...

  • Last Minute Gift Giving

    By Jane Pinzhoffer ‘Twas the night before Christmas and you still have some last minute shopping to do. Forget fighting the crowds at the mall or scouring the gas station for something suitable. You might be pressed for time but that doesn’t mean you need to go into panic mode trying to find the perfect […] The post Last Minute Gift Giving appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Valentine’s Day Crafting for the Whole Family

    While getting chocolates and candy and flowers can be nice, sometimes the best way to show someone you love them is to spend time with them. What better way to spend time with your family then crafting! With Valentine’s Day around the corner, take some time to get out the scissors and glue and make […] The post Valentine’s Day Crafting for the Whole Family appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Three Cheers for Cheese: Championship Football Party Snacks

    Are you throwing a party for the big game coming up? It doesn’t take much to out a championship gathering together. Put some drinks on ice, have plenty of comfortable seating, and put lots of salty and delicious finger foods out for your football loving friends to enjoy during the excitement. When it comes to […] The post Three Cheers for Cheese: Championship Football Party Snacks appeared first o...

  • Score a Touchdown with Your Game Day Spread

    Aside from the main event – which is the game for most, or the half-time show for others – the next most important aspect of a good game day party is the refreshments. Instead of just putting out some chips and dip, get creative with some classic (and not-so-classic) foods for a Sunday night football […] The post Score a Touchdown with Your Game Day Spread appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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Generated 4 months ago

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  • Thanksgiving Menu Planner

    Oldie but a goodie! Check out this thanksgiving menu planner The post Thanksgiving Menu Planner appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Recipe Roundup: Thanksgiving Leftovers Edition!

    By Femme Frugal Turkey Day shall soon be upon us, and at least one thing can be relied on with near absolute certainty: an abundance of Thanksgiving leftovers. Reliving the Thanksgiving dinner for the next few days may get a tad redundant, so here are a few ideas on how to transform your cooked turkey […] The post Recipe Roundup: Thanksgiving Leftovers Edition! appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Make Your Thanksgiving Weekend One to Remember

    With the Thanksgiving weekend just around the corner, many parents and families want to make the most out of this time together. Canadians are so fortunate to experience all four seasons, with fall offering a wealth of seasonal activities to enjoy and share with loved ones. In addition to gathering together for a hearty meal, […] The post Make Your Thanksgiving Weekend One to Remember appeared fir...

  • Fall is Apple-Picking Season: A Graphic Guide

    Fall is the best time of year to get out to your nearest apple orchard and get to pickin’. If you’re obsessed with this season’s signature fruit, check out this graphic for tips on how to best enjoy it. Click on it for a larger version.   Words by Adrien Benson, design by Brendan Gore. The post Fall is Apple-Picking Season: A Graphic Guide appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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Generated 5 months ago

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  • Recipe: Baked Brie with Boozy Fig Spread

        The post Recipe: Baked Brie with Boozy Fig Spread appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Apple-Inspired Recipes for Fall

    By Adrien Benson Falling leaves, colder temperatures and the vague threat of winter looming on the horizon — yes, autumn is here, and for many of you, this may not be a cause for celebration. However, with fall comes an opportunity to try new things and to indulge in all the offerings of the season. […] The post Apple-Inspired Recipes for Fall appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Recipe: Tomato Pesto Grilled Panini

        The post Recipe: Tomato Pesto Grilled Panini appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Recipe: Homemade Mocha Frappuccino

      Get the Coupon The post Recipe: Homemade Mocha Frappuccino appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Recipe: Sriracha Smoked Tofu Fajita Skillet

      Get the Coupon   The post Recipe: Sriracha Smoked Tofu Fajita Skillet appeared first on Save.ca Community.

  • Recipe: SunButter Breakfast Bars

    The post Recipe: SunButter Breakfast Bars appeared first on Save.ca Community.

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Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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  • Quick and Easy Fall Dinners for Busy School Nights

    By Allison Webster By now you’re probably starting to get back into the back-to-school routine. For busy families with parents working and kids at school, it can be hard to make sure your serve up quality dinners when time isn’t always on your side. Before you microwave a meal, or dial the pizza place consider […] The post Quick and Easy Fall Dinners for Busy School Nights appeared first on Save.c...

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Category: Content
Type: Blog Article

Generated 5 months ago

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Category: Content
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