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Monday, October 31, 2011

Three New ways in 2011 to save on Gas (save 7 cents)

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Here are three new ways you can save money on gas. In this part you will know how to save 7 cents paer liter.

1ST –How you can save 7 cents per liter

I am using this option for last three years and have saves lot of money on my gas.

Here is how you can save 7 cents


CIBC Petro-Points MasterCard
First step Apply for free CIBC Petro-Points MasterCard with PayPass (2 cents)

- Instantly save 2¢ per litre on fuel when you use your CIBC Petro-Points MasterCard at the pump or in-store at any Petro-CanadaTM station across Canada.

-Earn Petro-Points everywhere you shop and watch your points accumulate faster than ever before

2nd part-Fuel Savings Reward (saving of 5 cents)

You can save Petro-Points when you reload your

Fuel Savings Reward card online:


Compare Fuel Savings Reward cards

Redeem 14,000 Petro-Points to continue to save 5¢ per litre on 200 litres of fuel.

Redeem 8,000 Petro-Points to continue to save 2.5¢ per litre on 200 litres of fuel.

Apply at CIBC now

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Friday, October 28, 2011

Free Safety Tips to Enjoy Halloween 2011 for whole family-Part 3

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Trick or treating


This is my 8th blog on Halloween 2011. In this blog you will find how to enjoy Halloween 2011 without any bad incidents. Halloween is a fun and spooky time of the year for kids and make trick-or-treating safe for your little monsters with a few easy steps.








Wish You All A Happy and Safe Halloween
Here are some nice simple precautions; you can make sure that Halloween is a safe and happy experience for the whole family. Here are some tips for Trick or treating


1. Go in groups or with Parents



Go trick or treating with your children each year until they are old enough to go with a friend. Children who are alone are vulnerable to injury and bullying by older children or may encounter a predator. When they are old enough, make sure they go with a friend or in a group, and know the routes they will be taking. You can also follow along at a distance to keep an eye on them. Safety-minded parents can follow along at a distance to keep an eye on the children

2. Walk on the Sidewalks


Tell your children to walk, not run from house to house and to stay on the sidewalk or at the side of the road facing traffic. They should only cross the road at the corner and look both ways before crossing. If you are driving on Halloween, be aware of children, drive slowly and enter and exit driveways and alleyways with caution.

3. Flashlight


Give each child a flashlight to carry, to make them more visible to motorists and others.

4. Only Visit Lighted houses


Tell your children to stay in well-lit areas and only visit homes that have their outside lights turned on. Make sure they know never to go inside homes or cars.

5. Backpack


Take a backpack along, to empty goodies into if the loot bag becomes too heavy.

6. Never eat before parent check them


Tell your children not to eat any goodies until you have looked them over. Throw out any treats that are not commercially wrapped, have loose or torn wrappers or have holes in the wrappers. If you suspect tampering with any of the treats, notify the police. Serve dinner before your children go out, so that they will be less tempted to eat goodies along the way.

7. Avoid giving chewy candies, peanut and hard candies


Be cautious about giving children any treats that could be potential choking hazards. Some treats such as chewy candies, peanuts and hard candies could be a choking hazard.

8. Small Items


Check toys or novelty items for small parts. If they do have small parts, do not let children under three years of age play with them.

9. Alternative


You might want to consider an alternative to sugar-based treats, like sugarless gum. Stickers or multi-coloured pencils can be a nice replacement for traditional treats..

10. Allergies

Check those peanut treats those may also cause allergy reactions in children who have allergies or sensitivities.

11. Reflective tape


Wear reflective, bright colour costumes, or fasten reflective tape to your costume or bag

Wish You All A Happy and Safe Halloween
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