The pilot project provides the extra weeks to seasonal workers who started a claim between Aug. 5, 2018 and this coming Oct. 30, provided they had three claims for regular or fishing benefits in the last five years, and at least two started around the same time of year.
The EI benefits changes as of September 26, 2021 reflect the government transitioning out of pandemic relief and back to a normal EI program. However, it cannot fully go back yet as we are still dealing with Covid-19. We will see if these changes will be enough for unemployed Canadians during this time or if there has to be further changes. With covid-19, you never know.
Hello everyone! We haven’t done a PC Optimum points post in a while, so today we’ll be making up for that. And, if you’d like to see all of our past PC Optimum posts, you can do that here. We’ll search out all the best ways you can earn more PC Optimum points this week doing your regular grocery shopping. These point offers are in effect from September 24 to September 30, 2021. (And is anyone else in total shock that it’s nearly October!?)
Oh, and to whet your appetite about the extra points and goodies this week – it is a special event this week! Superstore calls is their Loads of Points Event, which sounds very hopeful indeed that we can stock up on points. Yessss! I especially love that this week there are LOTS of points available on regular food and grocery items.
As always, 10,000 points accumulated = $10 you can spend however you like. 🙂
PC Optimum BONUS POINTS on Eyeglasses and Optical
Yay, I love telling you guys about deals this awesome. For every $150 spent at PC Optical – get 75,000 points back.Yes, that’s like getting $75 back in points. In the flyer, superstore says this is their biggest optical deal of the entire year.
PC Optimum Points on BABY STUFF and DIAPERS
Harvest Baby needs or wipes – For every $20 spent get 5000 points
Hello Bello baby products – such as diapers, baby wipes, baby bath, baby wash, etc – For every $40 spent get 15,000 points
Love Child organic baby food pouches or baby snacks – For every $10 spent get 3000 points
Playtex feeding or nursing accessories – For every $10 spent get 3000 points
PC Optimum points on BAKERY items this week
ACE Bakery rolls – For every $6 spent get 1000 points
Farmer’s Market cookies – Buy 2 packages and get 1500 points
PC Optimum points on CLEANING AND HOUSEHOLD PRODUCTS this week
3M filtrete furnace filters – For every $20 spent get 5000 points
Charmin bathroom tissue (toilet paper) 12-48 rolls OR Bounty paper towels (6=12 roll packs) – Buy any 2 get 5000 points
Clorox, Glad or Pine-Sol products – For every $15 spent get 5000 points
Fleecy, Palmolive, Irish Spring, Softsoap or Colgate oral care products – For every $20 spent get 10,000 points
Cadbury’s or Maynards assorted treats in large boxes (115 mini chocolate bars, for instance) – $12.98 each AND get 1000 points (limit of 4 at that price; over limit price is $17.98 each.)
Cheez Whiz (900 grams) OR Kraft Singles slices (825 grams) $5.97 each AND get 500 points
Chester’s snacks (130-150 grams) OR Munchos potato chips (130 grams) OR Funyuns onion ring flavoured corn snacks (125 grams) (And totally as a side point – we researched whether Funyuns are gluten free or not!) OR Hickory Sticks (165 grams) OR Fritos corn chips (150 grams) – Buy any 3 get 1000 points
Tylenol, Listerine, OGX hair care products, Pepcid, Aveeno lotions, body wash, hair care or baby products – For every $25 spent get 6000 points
PC Optimum points on TOYS and Kids’ Stuff this Week
Barbie, Hot Wheels, Mega Bloks or Fisher Price toys – For every $25 spent get 5000 points.
PC Optimum Points this Week – Conclusion
Wow, you guys! Loads and LOADS of points this week, including a super awesome deal on 75,000 points when you spend $150 at PC Optical. Hope you stock up on a ton of points this week. Happy and safe shopping!
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Macy’s is a high-end US based retailer that has been in operation since 1858. Yes, you read that right! Today, Macy’s still provides customers with excellent products like jewellery, clothing, and home decor items.
Occasionally, you’ll need to contact Macy’s customer service if you have a problem with your order OR with one of the products you purchased from them. In that case, we have you covered! We went out to find all the Macy’s customer service contact information we could find, to make it easy for you to get in touch with Macy’s.
Macy’s Customer Service Phone numbers
The main customer service line to reach Macy’s directly is 1-800-BUY-MACY or 1-800-289-6229. (If you’re a regular customer, that Buy-Macy number is a very easy one to remember.)
Macy’s Customer Service online chat
Macy’s online chat option is an excellent one if you’d prefer to type out what happened, rather than have to make a phone call. Simply go to Macy’s Help Center page, and then scroll to the bottom of the page for their online chat option. Click on that option and a message box will open, and you’ll be connected with a customer service representative that way.
Does Macy’s ship to Canada?
Yes, Macy’s does ship to Canada! In fact, they’ve made it easier for Canadian customers to order directly from them, in the following ways:
Prices listed in Canadian dollars when you connect through to their website from Canada
Low international shipping rates.
Any duties and taxes are calculated right at the checkout process, so you’ll know your final price right away. No surprise fees when the package arrives.
Macy’s Customer Service – Conclusion
Macy’s shoppers can feel reassured knowing they can receive the customer support they need – either by telephone or by online chat. Happy, safe shopping everyone.
Love bacon? Then you’ll love this Monday morning deal! Wendy’s has their famous Bacon Deluxe burger on for only $4 at Canadian locations. It’s a quarter pound burger with slices of applewood smoked bacon. Hungry yet?
You can place your order directly on the Wendy’s Canada website for either pick-up or delivery. And there’s no coupon required for the $4 deal on the Bacon Burger. This special is current as of time of writing, but we couldn’t find the end date of the deal. (But we’ll update it if we do find that information.)
Tip Top has a pretty awesome selection of patterned dress shirts on for $33.99 right now. (And some are on sale for even less.) I love the contrasting fabric when you roll the shirt sleeves up! Over $50 off each shirt, which is an amazing deal.
I’d say any of these would be perfect for your next Zoom meeting or job interview. Patterns include micro florals, paisley, geometric or even a cool map print. Something cool to wear when you’re sick of plain work shirts.
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Here’s a fantastic deal for all of you parents and grandparents getting ready to send your children back to school. (In whatever form that may take!) Save over $3.00 on a large 96-crayon pack of Crayola crayons. This pack comes with a reusable crayon sharpener build right into the pack! I remember those…