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Old Posted Feb 1, 2011, 6:13 PM
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I've been with TD for 15 plus years, and I don't pay any fees. As long as you have a minimun balance, it's all good. Plus, I think their credit cards have pretty good deals too - I just got +60 bucks back that the end of the year (which is pretty good, considering it's a no-fee card)...
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^ Ya, they have the Emerald Visa too, which has gotta be one of the lowest interest rate credit cards out there.
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Seems like there are likely many on this forum that are too young to remember the "Western Express" lottery back in the 70s & 80s (it really doesn't seem that long ago). While trying to find out how long ago this lottery ceased to exist, I came across this little tidbit about Don Wittman from Wikipedia:
The lottery was called Western Express... but I recall the program being titled "Winsday" (since it aired Wednesdays.... 6:30 on CKTV in Regina). It originated at CKY Winnipeg. For a while Wittman would bring on a co-host from a radio station somewhere in Western Canada.

Here's a little taste:
http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-65gB7MSDAc
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check out the new free press cafe link.

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Old Posted Feb 8, 2011, 7:17 PM
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I've been with TD for 15 plus years, and I don't pay any fees. As long as you have a minimun balance, it's all good. Plus, I think their credit cards have pretty good deals too - I just got +60 bucks back that the end of the year (which is pretty good, considering it's a no-fee card)...
Does anyone remember having a Johnny Cash Card from Canada Trust? I was sure that I had saved mine, but I have yet to find it in my treasure boxes. The Dik Van Dykes mention the card in their song "Garage Sale" which made me think of where mine is.
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2011, 7:37 PM
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Does anyone remember having a Johnny Cash Card from Canada Trust? I was sure that I had saved mine, but I have yet to find it in my treasure boxes. The Dik Van Dykes mention the card in their song "Garage Sale" which made me think of where mine is.
Yes I remember my card but don't have it any more. Do you remember the Johnny Cash Machines ?? I thought it was so tacky.
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2011, 7:49 PM
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Yes I remember my card but don't have it any more. Do you remember the Johnny Cash Machines ?? I thought it was so tacky.
Orange and black is what I remember. I also remember Johnny Cash actually being hired to do the print and television advertising, but that memory could be product of failing synapses.
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So there's some retail talk going on in the Regina Construction thread that might be considered off-topic. If someone started a Regina, or even a Saskatchewan Retail thread, might it be stickied?
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2011, 9:45 PM
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:o Excellent! d-`_'

I still have my Canada Trust Super Card. But am I mistaken that Canada Trust had issued specifically-branded Johnny Cash Cash Cards?
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:o Excellent! d-`_'

I still have my Canada Trust Super Card. But am I mistaken that Canada Trust had issued specifically-branded Johnny Cash Cash Cards?
I do remember the Machines very well and I remember everyone called their cards the Johnny Cash Card. Also thought the cards were branded. So much for our memories, clouded in smoke. ha ha

lol that vid brings back the memories.
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Old Posted Feb 8, 2011, 10:03 PM
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So there's some retail talk going on in the Regina Construction thread that might be considered off-topic. If someone started a Regina, or even a Saskatchewan Retail thread, might it be stickied?
I think if it got enough posts it probably would.
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wow that was SWEET I am way way to young to remember that since I would have been only 1 years old lol lol but I would bank there everyday hmm wait a min I already bank there well hell I would bank there twice a day just for good measure . Bring it back I say good sir !!( deep voice cough cough)
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wow that was SWEET I am way way to young to remember that since I would have been only 1 years old lol lol but I would bank there everyday hmm wait a min I already bank there well hell I would bank there twice a day just for good measure . Bring it back I say good sir !!( deep voice cough cough)
You already bank there? I guess you mean you bank at TD Canada Trust, since Canada Trust doesn't exist anymore?

And, were you seriously 1 year old in 1984?
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You already bank there? I guess you mean you bank at TD Canada Trust, since Canada Trust doesn't exist anymore?

And, were you seriously 1 year old in 1984?
Is that hard to believe? I was -5.

EDIT: But... I think I get your confusion... haha
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Old Posted Feb 10, 2011, 4:45 AM
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I was -4 years old in 1984.

If you write a negative like (-5), does it become a positive?
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