Archive for October, 2009

Global TV Canada/Duracell Canada — Canadian Contest — Duracell Power A Smile contest

Saturday, October 31st, 2009






Ontario Canada res­i­dents can enter this con­test {DAILY} for their chance to win 1 of 20 VIP Seat­ing pack­ages to watch the Santa Claus Parade!

The Santa Claus Parade is quickly approach­ing and and you could be there, live and up close with the “Power A Smile Con­test.” Each VIP pack­age includes 4 seats to the Santa Claus Parade on Novem­ber 15th, 2009 for you and your fam­ily and/or friends, cour­tesy of Global Toronto and Duracell.



Con­test ends Novem­ber 10th, 2009.

Good luck ya CoolCanucks!


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Canadian Freebie — Free Cancer Project Recipe Bookmarks!

Saturday, October 31st, 2009





The Can­cer Project’s Recipe Book­marks!
“Man’s Best Friend,” Broc­coli Poo­dle: Cream of Broc­coli Soup Recipe

“All Aboard the Fiber Express,” Squash School Bus: Spaghetti Squash and Mush­rooms Recipe

A spaghetti squash school bus with radish kids and a broc­coli poo­dle: These are two food-friendly images by award-winning “Play With Your Food” artist Sax­ton Frey­mann that grace new Can­cer Project book­marks, which also fea­ture healthy, plant-based recipes.

These deli­cious, easy-to-prepare recipes are fun to make with kids, and can help pre­vent can­cer or can­cer reoc­cur­rence. Fatty foods, espe­cially sat­u­rated fats, have been linked to an increased risk of breast, colon, and prostate can­cer. A diet rich in fruits, veg­eta­bles, and whole grains is nat­u­rally low in fat, loaded with fiber, and full of cancer-fighting antioxidants.

Healthy eat­ing habits are formed in child­hood. Put your fam­ily on the road to good health now.

Order your free recipe book­marks today!

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CoolCanucks Blog Contest — Essential Relaxation™ Gift Basket Giveaway!!**CLOSED**

Saturday, October 31st, 2009

Wel­come to Essen­tial Relax­ation™ where we com­bine only all-natural high qual­ity plant-based ingre­di­ents to cre­ate fresh, healthy bath and body care prod­ucts. Our hand­made prod­ucts include lux­u­ri­ous soaps, lus­cious lip balms, creamy skin­care that actu­ally feeds your skin, pure essen­tial oils, aro­mather­apy dif­fusers and much more.…..

Hemp seed oil is our new favourite car­rier oil — the hemp prod­uct line is divine! Whether you’re buy­ing for your­self or a gift for a friend or rel­a­tive, Essen­tial Relax­ation™ all-natural bath and body care prod­ucts are bound to please! Located in Prince Edward County, Ontario, Canada.

After brows­ing through the Essen­tial Relax­ation™ web­site, I couldn’t be more in ‘awe’! There were so many things that I have picked out for all of those on my Christ­mas list this year, and have also added prod­ucts to my own wish list!


Essen­tial Relax­ation™ even sells in bulk, and they have extremely rea­son­able prices for every­thing they carry!

I had the oppor­tu­nity of meet­ing the owner of Essen­tial Relax­ation™ and she has offered to Spon­sor Cool­Canucks with a giveaway!

One lucky Cool­Canuck reader will have the chance to to win this gor­geous gift bas­ket that she so gen­er­ously put together just for us!!


In order to win though, you must do the fol­low­ing: **I will delete entries that don’t fol­low RULES**

1) *Head on over to Essen­tial Relax­ation™ and browse through all of their won­der­ful prod­ucts. Once you have done this, come back here and tell me your favorite product!

*You MUST ALSO SUBSCRIBE to Cool­Canucks Blog (right hand-side) via email! (You must ver­ify the sub­scrip­tion in your email too, as I will check!) Leave me which email addy you sub­scribed with in your comment!

*And thirdly for any  entries to count, fol­low Cool­Canucks Via Google Friend Connect!!

————->The Above is MANDATORY before any extra entries count. <—————


2) Fol­low @cool­canucks on Twit­ter! Leave me your twit­ter name!

3)  Tweet this con­test link­ing both to @coolcanucks and Essen­tial Relax­ation™! Leave me the Sta­tus Link to your tweet! *Do this as many times as you want in a day, but leave a seper­ate com­ment each time with the Tweet Sta­tus Link.*

4) Become a Reg­is­tered Cool­Canucks Mem­ber in our forum and leave me your user­name there!

5) Blog, Stum­ble, Digg or share this give­away on any open pub­lic forum and leave me the link to it! +5, leave 5 comments

6) Grab our Cool­Canucks but­ton located to the right of the blog. +5, leave 5 comments

7) Sub­scribe to cool­canucks RSS Feed! + 2 leave 2 comments

8 )Refer a friend to Cool­Canucks Forum – do not sign your­self up and cheat, I can check IP’s! Tell me who the refer­ral is, and earn 10 extra entries at once!

9 ) Pur­chase any­thing from  for the dura­tion of the give­away from Essen­tial Relax­ation™ and get 15 extra entries!! Just tell me what it was in a comment!

**Give­away open to Cana­dian and US Res­i­dents and expires on Decem­ber 26th, 2009**


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Stephanie LaPlante
Novem­ber 28th, 2009 at 1:15 pm


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The Beer Store Online and Cold FX Canadian Contest — Win A 50″ Flat Screen HDTV, Home Theatre System, $200 In M&M Meat Shops GCs & More!

Saturday, October 31st, 2009





Ontario Canada res­i­dents can enter this con­test {Daily} for their chance to win some sweet prizes from The Beer Store Online and Cold FX!! Con­test ends on Decem­ber 2cnd, 2009.

Win A 50″ Flat Screen HDTV, Home The­atre Sys­tem, $200 In M&M Meat Shops GCs & More! These prizes are awe­some, Good Luck to my Coolcanucks!


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Air Canada — Canadian Promotion Code For 20% Off Select Flights!!

Saturday, October 31st, 2009



There’s a new pro­mo­tion code avail­able for use online, when book­ing with Air Canada. It’s for a 20% dis­count on selected flights.

  • Coupon Code: 4F6ZDPB1
  • Dis­count: 20% off select flights
  • Expires: 2nd Novem­ber 2009
  • Travel by: 31st March 2010
  • The routes involve depar­tures from Toronto, Mon­treal, Ottawa, domes­tic flights and a few US locations.

    Click here to save now!


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    Rouge Canada – Canadian Contest –Fall For Fall contest-win a collection of luxe cashmere scarves + pack of colourful products from CoverGirl!

    Saturday, October 31st, 2009





    Fall for Colour

    Con­test closes Novem­ber 30, 2009.
    The trees are chang­ing up their wardrobes now. Why not fol­low suit by expand­ing your own colour hori­zons? Enter our Autumn Shades con­test for a chance to win* a col­lec­tion of luxe cash­mere scarves! You’ll also receive a pack of colour­ful prod­ucts from CoverGirl.

    *No pur­chase nec­es­sary. Con­test closes at 11:59 pm on Novem­ber 30, 2009. Limit one (1) entry per per­son and email address. Open to res­i­dents of Canada. Must be age of major­ity in your province/territory of res­i­dence at time of entry. Odds of win­ning depend on the total num­ber of eli­gi­ble entries received via the inter­net by the contest-closing date. Total approx­i­mate retail value $390. Skill-testing ques­tion required.

    Click here to enter, and Much Cool­Canuck Luck!!

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    Rouge Canada — Canadian Contest — Whistler Contest — WIN* a trip for two to drop-dead gorgeous Whistler, B.C.!

    Saturday, October 31st, 2009


    Whistler Con­test
    You could WIN* a trip for two to drop-dead gor­geous Whistler, B.C.!
    Con­test closes Novem­ber 9, 2009.


    Enter our subscriber-only con­test and you and a guest could enjoy:

    •round-trip flight for two to Van­cou­ver from a major Cana­dian air­port
    •trans­fers between Van­cou­ver and Whistler
    •five nights’ hotel accom­mo­da­tion at the Res­i­dence Inn by Mar­riott
    •Whistler Black­comb three-day lift tick­ets with access to the Peak 2 Peak Gon­dola and equip­ment rentals
    •spa treat­ment
    •unique snow­shoe fon­due din­ner
    •yoga classes

    *No pur­chase nec­es­sary. Con­test closes at 11:59 pm on Novem­ber 9, 2009. Limit one (1) entry per per­son and email address. Open to res­i­dents of Canada. Must be age of major­ity in your province/territory of res­i­dence at time of entry. Odds of win­ning depend on the total num­ber of eli­gi­ble entries received via the inter­net by the contest-closing date. Total approx­i­mate retail value $4,300. Skill-testing ques­tion required.

    Much Cool­Canuck luck folks! Just enter here

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    Saturday, October 31st, 2009


    Avail­able IN-STORE ONLY! All items are lim­ited in quan­tity. All stock infor­ma­tion has at least 20 min­utes delay. Limit one per house­hold per item. Other con­di­tions may apply. Ask your sales asso­ciate for details.

    Click here for all of the won­der­ful spooky deals!

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    Rexall Pharma Plus Canada — Free Canadian Coupons to Print (Oct.31st-Nov.13th)

    Saturday, October 31st, 2009


    This weeks flyer at Rex­all Pharma Plus has some pretty good deals, not to men­tion free print­able coupons that are valid from Octo­ber 31st — Novem­ber 13th, 2009.

    Click here for this week’s flyer!

    Here are just a few exam­ples of the money-savings coupons that they are offer­ing this week:




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    Happy Halloween 2009 Everyone!

    Saturday, October 31st, 2009


    Any­time a child has an acci­dent, it’s tragic. The last thing that you want to hap­pen is for your child to be hurt on a hol­i­day, it would for­ever live in the minds of the child and the family.

    There are many ways to keep your child safe at Hal­loween, when they are more prone to acci­dents and injuries. The excite­ment of chil­dren and adults at this time of year some­times makes them for­get to be care­ful. Sim­ple com­mon sense can do a lot to stop any tragedies from happening.

    Help your child pick out or make a cos­tume that will be safe. Make it fire proof, the eye holes should be large enough for good periph­eral vision.

    If you set jack-o-lanterns on your porch with can­dles in them, make sure that they are far enough out of the way so that kids cos­tumes won’t acci­den­tally be set on fire.

    Make sure that if your child is car­ry­ing a prop, such as a scythe, butcher knife or a pitch­fork, that the tips are smooth and flex­i­ble enough to not cause injury if fallen on.

    Kids always want to help with the pump­kin carv­ing. Small chil­dren shouldn’t be allowed to use a sharp knife to cut the top or the face. There are many kits avail­able that come with tiny saws that work bet­ter then knives and are safer, although you can be cut by them as well. It’s best to let the kids clean out the pump­kin and draw a face on it, which you can carve for them.

    Treat­ing your kids to a spooky Hal­loween din­ner will make them less likely to eat the candy they col­lect before you have a chance to check it for them.

    Teach­ing your kids basic every­day safety such as not get­ting into cars or talk­ing to strangers, watch­ing both ways before cross­ing streets and cross­ing when the lights tell you to, will help make them safer when they are out Trick or Treat­ing.

    Make Hal­loween a fun, safe and happy time for your kids and they’ll carry on the tra­di­tion that you taught them to their own fam­i­lies some day!



    Par­ents of trick-or-treating kids can get so caught up in the fun them­selves that they might for­get some sim­ple safety ideas that could save every­one some trou­ble. Hav­ing a fun and safe Hal­loween will make it all worth while.

    Below are just a few com­mon sense tips that can help.


    Know the route your kids will be tak­ing if you aren’t going with them.
    The best bet is to make sure that an adult is going with them. If you can’t take them, see if another par­ent   or a teen aged sib­ling can go along.
    Know what other activ­i­ties a child may be attend­ing, such as par­ties, school or mall func­tions.
    Make sure you set a time that they should be home by. Make sure they know how impor­tant it is for them to be home on time.
    Explain to chil­dren the dif­fer­ence between tricks and van­dal­ism. Throw­ing eggs at a house may seem like fun but they need to know the other side of the coin as well, clean up and dam­ages can ruin Hal­loween. If they are caught van­dal­iz­ing, make them clean up the mess they’ve made.
    Explain to your kids that ani­mal cru­elty is not accept­able. Kids may know this on their own  but peer pres­sure can be a bad thing. Make sure that they know that harm­ing ani­mals is not only morally wrong  but pun­ish­able by law and will not be tolerated.


    Trick or Treat­ing should be one of the great adven­tures of Hal­loween for kids! They can get dressed in scary cos­tumes and go door to door, beg­ging “Tricks or Treats!” from neigh­bors or at the local mall. Lots of towns have a Har­vest Fes­ti­val so kids can Trick-or-Treat safely. But going door to door is the stuff of child­hood mem­o­ries! It should be a fun time, with­out trou­ble and pain, so fol­low­ing some easy tips can keep your child safe every Halloween.


    Chil­dren should go out dur­ing day­light hours only unless accom­pa­nied by a respon­si­ble adult.
    Plan a safe route so par­ents know where their older kids will be at all times. Set a time for their return home. Make sure that your child is old enough and respon­si­ble enough to go out by them­selves.
    Let your chil­dren know not to cut through back alleys and fields. Make sure they know to stay in pop­u­lated places and don’t go off the beaten track. Stay in well lighted areas.

    Stop only at famil­iar houses in your own neigh­bor­hood unless they are accom­pa­nied by an adult.
    Small chil­dren should never be allowed to go out alone on Hal­loween. Make sure an older sib­ling or adult is with them.
    Instruct your chil­dren not to eat any treats until they bring them home to be exam­ined by you.
    Instruct your child to never go into the home of a stranger or get into their car.
    Make sure your child car­ries a flash­light, glow stick or has reflec­tive tape on their cos­tume to make them more vis­i­ble to cars.
    Let them know that they should stay together as a group if going out to Trick or Treat with­out an adult.

    Stay Safe every­one, but the best part is to have fun!!


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