10 ways to save on back to school shoppingIf you have ever left your home for a shopping area in August, you know the stores are screaming “Back-to-School”! According to Visa’s Back to School Survey, the average Canadian household will spend over $600 on BTS items. Do you really have to spend that much? We don’t think so and today we’re sharing our best frugal tips for back to school time. By Robin and Ed Hicken
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