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Halloween is one of the scariest times of year, but it shouldn’t strike fear into your wallet! According to Statistics Canada, nearly 4 million children were of trick-or-treating age in 2016. Candy, decorations, and Halloween parties can all add up, but there is one expense category that costs Canadians the most: costumes — even DIY

During Thanksgiving dinner, you want to eat your turkey, not worry about how much the meal is eating up your budget. While Thanksgiving dinner is a time for family get-togethers, laughter, and great food, it can be hard to enjoy if it’s taking up a lot of your household budget. When it comes to the

Classes are back in session in just a couple of weeks — have you started your back-to-school budget planning yet? According to the Survey of Household Spending from Statistics Canada, the average household spent $1,502 on education in 2014, including tuition fees, education services (such as tutoring), textbooks, and school supplies. An Angus-Reid poll found

Whether you’re trying to get out of debt or want to save money for a big-ticket purchase, finding local and affordable family activities is a must if you have kids. Luckily if you’re in the Greater Toronto Area, there’s no shortage of budget-friendly fun to be found in 2018. If you’d like to do something