A macro shot of a 2006 Canadian five-dollar bill. Those are Wilfrid Laurier's eyes BTW.

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Did you buy any bread at the grocery store from 2002 to 2015?

This takes less than 5 minutes to complete.

"Loblaw is also offering eligible customers who register online at http://loblawcard.ca before May a $25 gift card that can be used at its grocery stores across Canada. Registration will open January 8 and spokesman Kevin Groh said broadly speaking, customers will have to declare they are at or above the age of majority and purchased certain packaged products bread products at an eligible banner store before March 1, 2015."

What I especially love is the extra information they ask you to provide to combat fraud, when they committed fraud in the first place by fixing bread prices.

REF: Loblaw offering $25 card after admitting to bread price-fixing. Here's how to register 



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