Canadians Love Their Loyalty Cards, but Sitting on $16 Billion in Unused Points

Canadians love their rewards credit cards and loyalty programs and it's becoming increasingly clear just how much we are, and aren't, using them. A new study by Bond Brand Loyalty shows the average Canadian participates in 12.2 loyalty programs, up a whopping 25 per cent in just four years. However, many of us are not ... Continue Reading

Air Canada Ditches Aeroplan, Will Develop Its Own Loyalty Program

Air Canada Ditches Aeroplan, Will Develop Its Own Loyalty Program

Air Canada is ending its longstanding relationship with Aeroplan. Recently, the company announced it would be cutting ties with Aeroplan effective June 30, 2020, and will create its own loyalty program for its customers instead. It’s a decision which affects almost 5 million Aeroplan rewards collectors. We've announced we're launching our own loyalty program in ... Continue Reading

Canada Road Safety Week Kicks off the Season of Long Weekends

Police are always on the lookout for drivers who break the rules of the road. But sometimes an enforcement campaign is needed to remind drivers of the proper behaviours to follow in order to keep the roads safe. Canada Road Safety Week runs from May 16 to May 22 this year and the timing of ... Continue Reading

London's Calling: What You Need to Know Before You Go

London's Calling: What You Need to Know Before You Go

Ten tips to consider when planning a trip to London. London is one of the world’s most visited cities and if you are considering the cross-Atlantic flight over, you won’t be disappointed. No matter what you’re into, London has something for everyone: shopping, live theatre, history, architecture, afternoon tea, palaces, gardens, world-class museums (which are ... Continue Reading

Ontario Introduces Measures to Cool Hot Housing Market

Ontario Introduces Measures to Cool Hot Housing Market

The Government of Ontario is trying to cool the jets on a hot housing market. As reported by the Ontario government, the average house price in Toronto reached $916,567 in March 2017, which is up 33.2 per cent from last year. To put the entire situation in perspective, RBC Economics said housing affordability for the ... Continue Reading