Summer season is about to end, however, there is still some good weather left to enjoy these events with your friends. The following few events are a “must watch” in the month of September: Le Burger Week Toronto: What is it: Who doesn’t like a delicious burger laced with some onions, pickles, thick chicken patty, … Continue reading Events worth checking out in the month of September
The Corel Centre home to Ottawa Senators was first renamed to Scotiabank Place in 2006 to 2013 and renamed again in July 2013 to the Canadian Tire Centre. Similarly, Toronto’s iconic SkyDome was renamed to Rogers Centre starting from 2005. Now, the home Toronto Raptors; the Air Canada Centre is being renamed to Scotiabank Arena … Continue reading The new name of Toronto’s beloved Air Canada Centre is…….
Ahhhh.. Do you remember the good times, when the cost of high-school textbooks in public schools was covered with the admission fee of $75? Well, snap out of it, those times are now over! An average textbook of any discipline in university starts off at $100, and if you have to buy multiple textbooks for … Continue reading Free post-secondary textbooks by Government of Ontario
Even though this summer saw box-office hits like “Wonder Woman”, “Baby Driver”, and “Spiderman: Homecoming”, the overall summer movie release season was disappointing due to the sheer number of box-office flops Hollywood produced: Baywatch The Mummy The House The Emoji Movie Alien: Covenant Atomic Blonde King Arthur: Legend of the Sword and many more… These … Continue reading 40% Off at Cineplex!!
Every year, a California based company by the name of Glassdoor surveys hundreds of Canadians from many companies from different industries and compiles a list of some of the best companies to work. This survey asks employees to rate their CEO, list their benefits, their salary, comment on their work-life balance, and give the company … Continue reading Best Workplaces in Canada (2017)
Summer is coming to an end, and back-to-school season is upon us. To celebrate the end of summer, Taste of Toronto is bringing a one of a kind experience by presenting a Beer, Bourbon & BBQ festival. The festival is supposed to celebrate different forms of cooking, as well as enjoying craft beers, bourbon & … Continue reading Beer, Bourbon & BBQ
Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) kicked off last week on 18th August is slated to last until 4th September. Just like every other year, CNE is offering a variety of entertainment from a toddler to an adult. As a reminder, CNE brings carnival type rides, a variety of street food, street performers, and most importantly the … Continue reading Canadian National Exhibition (CNE) 2017
Are you tired of the hot and sweaty weather in Toronto? Are you looking for ways to throw your shirt off and cool down? Well, you are in luck because in just a couple of days Toronto will be hosting its annual TFOB. The festival kicks off on Friday, July 28th and ends on Sunday, … Continue reading Toronto Festival of Beer 2017
Just a regular day customer service; people returning their clearly used products as "not working" or "not satisfied", thinking the associates are naive and will accept whatever bullshit reason they can think on the spot. Little do these customers know, that not only most associates who work at Customer Service Desk know all the antics … Continue reading Receipt?? What Receipt, I don’t see anything…
It was just a regular day at my job at Walmart as a Customer Service Specialist. Today I was responsible for handling all the transactions at the customer service desk (courtesy desk). The only problem was, that I was the only working there for the next couple of hours, as they did not have enough … Continue reading “Is it too late to return it???”