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Mattamy Homes builds first of 5 Net Zero energy efficient homes in Calgary

CALGARY – Alberta homeowners may face up to $500 more on their utility bills when the new carbon tax takes effect, leaving many searching for ways to save on electricity and gas. 236 more words


Black Friday sneak peak: Are you better off shopping in Canada or the U.S.?

Black Friday, a U.S. holiday shopping bonanza, is a relatively new phenomenon in Canada. According to recent IPG Mediabrands survey, 1.2 million Canadians plan to take a “sick” day to shop this Friday. 847 more words


Yes, that 50 percent off coupon from Target is too good to be true

COLORADO SPRINGS, Colo. — Target is warning customers that a 50 percent off coupon being circulated on social media is a hoax.

The coupon promises “50% off Storewide purchase.” It says “TARGET COUPON” at the top, lists an expiration date and terms and conditions, and even features a Target logo. 110 more words


8 free shopping apps to ease holiday stress

(WTNH) — Thanksgiving can be stressful — and we’re not just talking about having all of your family over, we’re talking about shopping. Fortunately, there are some new, and free apps that can help. 354 more words


Americans are saving more than spending

(CNN) — Americans are saving faster than they are spending.

It’s a key shift in spending habits that started during the Great Recession. And the trend continues as we head into the holiday shopping season this weekend. 256 more words


U.S. Attorney's Office settles Americans With Disabilities Act case with Webster Bank

(WTNH) — Deirdre M. Daly, United States Attorney for the District of Connecticut, announced that the U.S. Attorney’s Office has reached a settlement with Webster Bank to ensure equal access for individuals with disabilities at all Webster Bank locations, pursuant to the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”). 350 more words


Dallas Restaurant Serving Free Thanksgiving Meals

DALLAS (CBSDFW.COM) – Many restaurants will open their doors on Thanksgiving, but customers won’t need any cash at The Slow Bone in Dallas.

For the second year, the barbeque joint will host what they call “FreeBird,” with the hope of topping last year’s attendance.  179 more words