Paper Bags versus Plastic Bags

So, your at the till ready to pay for your groceries and you get asked, “would you like to use paper or plastic bags?” What is your answer? This is the age old question, and groceries chains like Choices still ask this question to each of there customers. So do you answer Paper? According to […]

Eating to Save the Environment Part 3 (The End!!)

Okay guys, well this is the last posting in this series. For those of you who got through reading my last post, I commend you! There is a neat tool in wordpress that lets you see what terms people type in to search engines that lead them to my website. A few examples of words […]

Eating to Save the Environment Part 1

If you know me, you know that I love animals (and if you have read past blogs, you will know that I even love Rats). My love for animals has turned me into a vegetarian, and it is something I am very passionate about. After talking to a few successful bloggers, I have been told […]

Wal-mart’s Going Green?

Ahhh good ol’ Wal-Mart, known for smashing ma and pa companies and leaving nothing in its path. But, if we forget about the little family owned shop who charge outrageous prices for a light bulb, aren’t we revolutionizing into a larger retailer who can provide us with more affordable and more efficient products? This argument […]

The Home Renovation Tax Credit

The Home Renovation Tax Credit (HRTC) What is it? Effective January 31st 2009, the Conservative government will offer a tax relief for homeowners who claim a tax credit for 15 per cent of renovation expenses between $1,000 and $10,000. The maximum tax credit is worth $1,350. This tax credit is used “to stimulate the construction […]