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Adrienne Down Coulson

General Manager of Ebates.ca, Canada’s largest Cash Back shopping site, helping Canadians save and earn cash back while shopping online.

Adrienne Down Coulson is the General Manager of Ebates Canada. Ebates.ca is Canada’s largest Cash Back shopping site. A busy mom of two and savvy online shopper herself, Adrienne and her team love helping Canadian families save time and earn money back while shopping online. <br> <br> Follow Ebates Canada on Twitter for the best Canadian deals, Cash Back offers and online shopping tips @EbatesCanada <br> <br> https://twitter.com/EbatesCanada
How To Minimize The Risk Of Flooding At

How To Minimize The Risk Of Flooding At Home

Whether or not flood damage is covered in your home insurance policy depends on your policy's coverage options and what caused the flooding in the first place. If your window is broken during a tornado and water enters your home, typically you will be covered. If water damage is the result of a "sudden and accidental discharge of water" such as an extreme heavy downpour, a burst pipe or a backed-up sewer, you are likely covered provided you have this endorsement on your policy (it's optional and you have to request it).
11/25/2016 01:36 EST
Shopping for Back to School Doesn't Have to Be a

Shopping for Back to School Doesn't Have to Be a Nightmare

While going back to school can be overwhelming for both parents and kids, it doesn't have to be that way. Following these simple tips will take the stress out of back to school shopping -- even if you are down to the final days.
09/03/2015 07:39 EDT
Planning a Budget-Savvy Getaway This

Planning a Budget-Savvy Getaway This Summer

As summer draws to an end, now is the time to squeeze in that much needed vacation. If you are open-minded and flexible, you can book an escape that leaves tomorrow or travel somewhere you never considered before.
08/10/2015 04:57 EDT
Why Canadians Are Loyal to Homegrown

Why Canadians Are Loyal to Homegrown Products

It comes as no surprise that Canadians like their local breweries and prefer Canadian beer -- plenty of which will be enjoyed this coming Canada Day. Beer, second to local food, tops the list as the product most Canadians prefer to buy Canadian, according to a new study by Ebates.ca. The decision to purchase Canadian products extends beyond economic benefits. Successful businesses can also give back to the community through sponsorship, charity and contributions to the arts, culture and sports, and locally sourced products means a reduced carbon footprint.
07/01/2015 08:53 EDT