created in 2014
last scan 6/13/2019
Although we don't have the same gamut of credit card opportunities as our neighbors to the south, there's still a wealth of bonuses available for the taking. From one-time welcome bonuses, to referrals points, to real churning, this is the place to discuss Canadian banks and credit cards.
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This subreddit is for the discussion and education of the legal, reasonably priced options to traditional cable alternatives available to Canadians. The mods will remove offensive posts, spam, and posts encouraging fraud, but anything else it is your job as a community participant to report any issues to the mods. Consider posting constructive criticism / an explanation when you downvote something, and do so carefully and tactfully.