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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

If the only thing you have in your budget to spend this Valentine’s Day is time with your significant other, you’re in luck. There are plenty of ways to make February 14 the most romantic day ever without spending a dime. If you’re spending Valentine’s Day in Toronto, here are five free activities you can