Archive by tag: Canada

Canada: food and other random subjects

My first rice and beans on Canadian soil

But 3 years have passed since the last article of the series of Canada. I do not even remember very well what he planned to write in the other, but the last promise was talking about the products and the products are not found in Canadian supermarkets. Well, I will try to talk a little …

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Not buying Exterior: Canada X Brazil 2002 X Brazil 2014

I have said in other articles, but it never hurts to strengthen. See where a comparison between Canada, Brazil from 2002 and the current Brazil for buyers abroad: Canada Brazil 2002 Brazil 2014 Import Tax 5% (rarely applied, just about the product) 60% (product + freight) 60% (product + freight) IOF do not …

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Canada: Cards Supermarket and Drugstore

Safeway Cards, Shoppers e Save-on-Foods, and keychain tag for the Save-on-Foods

Hello Skooter Blog readers. Continuing the article about shopping in supermarkets in Canada, Today I'll talk a little about the supermarket cards. No Brasil, cards supermarket is not much use besides serving to piecemeal purchases. I'm not much in favor of splitting, because we know that Brazil has the interest …

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Canada: Canadian Coins, “Take a Penny, Leave a Penny”, and other random topics

Canadian coins. From left to right: pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, loonies e toonies.

Hello Skooter Blog readers. This article originally would be the second part of the article about shopping in supermarkets in Canada. But, as always, start talking about a subject, I open a series of brackets and explanations and end in a related subject, but totally different. So nothing fairer than rename the article to …

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Canada: Supermarkets

Safeway, the supermarket where I did most of the shopping

It's been a long time since I began what would be a series of articles about Canada, with an article about Internet Shopping in Canada. For a long time this show ended up being a single article, so I guess I finally came time to publish a second article. This will be on our supermarket shopping. Not …

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Internet shopping in Canada

The Source, if you will get little time, be sure to stop by one

Many people have suggested writing an article about shopping in Canada for those who will be traveling or living there for a while. After much time procrastinating I decided to write to give some tips. This article will probably be the first in a series on Canada, discuss where the main differences and curiosities. Beginning with this …

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Permanent link to this article: https://www.skooterblog.com/2010/05/26/compras-by-internet-in-canada/

DealExtreme: Package Hong Kong to Canada

I got in last Monday my first purchase at DealExtreme delivered in Canada. This is a card with 4 AA Rechargeable NiMH Batteries GS Yuasa Enitime Pre-Charged 2000mAh (Gsyuasa Enitime Pre-Charged 2000mAh 1.2V Rechargeable NiMH AA Batteries (4-Pack)), chosen to power a radio Eton Grundig Globe Traveler G3, purchased at The Source Canadian online. Ironically the …

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Shopping on Amazon Canada

Keyrings from Canada

A tip for those who purchase books from Amazon U.S. (Amazon.com) It's always check out the Canadian Amazon (Amazon.ca) before closing the application. The prices differ from one store to the other, in general the absolute values ​​are close in both stores, for example, a book that costs 100 USD …

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