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Tips For Travelling With Children

With March Break around the corner, many parents are gearing up to take their kids on a spring vacation. It's one of the busiest travelling times of the year. On a typical day at Pearson International Airport, Canada's busiest airport, 90,000 passengers pass through its gates. But during March break, these numbers climb to an ... Continue Reading

Letter from The Editor: January 2014

Happy New Year, and welcome to the January 2014 edition of the Kanetix Magazine! No, we're not publishing a magazine, but it's about an apt a name as we could come up with if we were to publish one. As you'll see in short order, we've organized our content this month (and all upcoming months, ... Continue Reading

Christmas in Europe – Embrace holiday tradition

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Keep Your Stress-O-Meter in Check this Holiday Season

The holiday season is an extremely stressful time of year for many people. Whether it's fighting other shoppers for that perfect gift, finding the money to afford that perfect gift, or spending time with loved ones...your stress-o-meter can hit peak levels. But when you toss winter air travel into the mix, that stress-o-meter could very ... Continue Reading

How many groceries do you need to buy to fly to Florida?

If you're like the average Canadian household, you spend $6,000 per year—or just over $115 per week—on groceries. If you use a rewards credit card to pay for your groceries, then you've also racked up a ton of rewards points on groceries alone in the past year. Have you ever wondered where that could take ... Continue Reading