School Your Finances Twitter Chat with Tangerine Bank

Disclosure: This is a paid partnered post with Tangerine Bank. School Your Finances Twitter Chat Details Date:  Tuesday, September 14, 2021Time: 8:00pm – 9:00pm ETHost: Tangerine Bank @TangerineBankModerator: ShesConnected @ShesConnectedHashtag: #MoneySavvyPrizes: $500 in gift cards (five (5) gift cards valued at $100 each)*Rules & Regs: Click hereNo RSVP needed Twitter Chat Questions Did someone teach you […]

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Tim Hortons has donated over $215,000 to the Hockey Canada Foundation’s Hockey Is Hers campaign

Tim Hortons has donated over $215,000 to the Hockey Canada Foundation’s Hockey Is Hers campaign, which is focused on recruitment and retention of girls in hockey, the development of female coaching, and supporting Canada’s National Women’s Team. Last November, Tim Hortons teamed up with Barbie® and hockey stars Marie-Philip Poulin and Sarah Nurse to launch Tim Hortons Hockey Barbie® dolls. The partnership was aimed […]

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Scotiabank helps students get ready for school with chance to win* $30,000 towards tuition

With the new school year around the corner, thousands of post-secondary students across Canada are getting ready for the first day of school. Whether students are attending in-person or virtual classes, the financial challenges brought on by the COVID-19 pandemic are still a reality for many. With the new Scotia Funds Your Future contest, Scotiabank is giving post-secondary students […]

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Assist Fund provides financial support to get kids back to hockey

The Hockey Canada Foundation Assist Fund and its all-star team of ambassadors are returning for a second season to give young Canadians and their families an assist with registration fees, and get them back in the game they love. Olympic gold medallists Jarome Iginla and Marie-Philip Poulin, and Paralympic gold medallist Greg Westlake will lead the Hockey Canada Foundation lineup […]

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CAA poll finds more than half of Ontarians admit to driving dangerously

A recent survey conducted on behalf of CAA South Central Ontario (CAA SCO) indicates that 55 per cent of Ontario drivers admit to engaging in unsafe driving, while 95 per cent say they have witnessed dangerous driving from other motorists. Some of the most common dangerous driving behaviours over the last year include speeding, distracted driving, unsafely changing lanes […]

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