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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    They make you pay the deposit though right?
    No we don't pay deposit for coke cans here. (I hope I'm understanding your question)
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    Quote Originally Posted by toronto166 View Post
    No we don't pay deposit for coke cans here. (I hope I'm understanding your question)
    Yes, I think you do. Here in NS, you pay .10 per can/bottle/juice box/etc. (every drinkable fluid except milk). You return the cans and get .05 back. Kind of a tax. When I've gotten a SCOP on a beverage like this, they still charge the deposit.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Arvilish View Post
    FREE VIVA towel paper at Coop Saskatoon... if you have their app; its today only and one per person.
    Oh wow thank you, just checked my app and we have it in Alberta too!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    Yes, I think you do. Here in NS, you pay .10 per can/bottle/juice box/etc. (every drinkable fluid except milk). You return the cans and get .05 back. Kind of a tax. When I've gotten a SCOP on a beverage like this, they still charge the deposit.
    We don't pay deposits on that stuff in Ontario. I guess it differs province to province.
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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeIsMyFavourite View Post
    We don't pay deposits on that stuff in Ontario. I guess it differs province to province.
    Yes it does, I remember going to BC a few years ago and was shocked they didn't recycle,I think they do now though, wasn't aware Ontario didn't either.We pay .10 a can .25 for anything over a liter including milk, juice boxes are .05 but we save ours and bring to the depot, bottle drives for sports teams and other fundraisers are huge here. Our soccer club (17 teams)did a city wide bottle drive a few years ago and made $11,000.00 over 2 days.
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    Quote Originally Posted by thriftygranny View Post
    Yes it does, I remember going to BC a few years ago and was shocked they didn't recycle,I think they do now though, wasn't aware Ontario didn't either.We pay .10 a can .25 for anything over a liter including milk, juice boxes are .05 but we save ours and bring to the depot, bottle drives for sports teams and other fundraisers are huge here. Our soccer club (17 teams)did a city wide bottle drive a few years ago and made $11,000.00 over 2 days.
    We recycle, our recycling gets collected with our garbage. We have blue bins we put out on garbage day. Actually our garbage gets collected every two weeks but our recycling gets collected every week along with compost... Well at least in the Durham Region

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    Quote Originally Posted by FreeIsMyFavourite View Post
    We recycle, our recycling gets collected with our garbage. We have blue bins we put out on garbage day. Actually our garbage gets collected every two weeks but our recycling gets collected every week along with compost... Well at least in the Durham Region
    Oh i see you don't pay deposits but the cans are still recycled, I like that better than have to pay .60 extra on each case of coke I buy and save them and bring them into the depot to get my money back!
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    Quote Originally Posted by thriftygranny View Post
    Yes it does, I remember going to BC a few years ago and was shocked they didn't recycle,I think they do now though, wasn't aware Ontario didn't either.We pay .10 a can .25 for anything over a liter including milk, juice boxes are .05 but we save ours and bring to the depot, bottle drives for sports teams and other fundraisers are huge here. Our soccer club (17 teams)did a city wide bottle drive a few years ago and made $11,000.00 over 2 days.
    I had no idea this differed from province to province. I have lived in BC all my life and do not remember a time that we didn't recycle and I was born in the 70's.

    I had to Google it as its been a way of life for me...(and my candy budget as a 4-12 yo! LOL)

    "British Columbia's beverage container recovery system, enacted in 1970, is the oldest legislated deposit-return system in North America. On October 1, 1998, BC's Beverage Container Stewardship Program Regulation (now known as Recycling Regulation,4 see especially Schedule 1) went into effect to address changes in beverage container packaging, particularly the growth of 'new age' beverages. "

    http://www.bottlebill.org/legislatio...shcolumbia.htm
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    Quote Originally Posted by vw_girl View Post
    I had no idea this differed from province to province. I have lived in BC all my life and do not remember a time that we didn't recycle and I was born in the 70's.

    I had to Google it as its been a way of life for me...(and my candy budget as a 4-12 yo! LOL)

    "British Columbia's beverage container recovery system, enacted in 1970, is the oldest legislated deposit-return system in North America. On October 1, 1998, BC's Beverage Container Stewardship Program Regulation (now known as Recycling Regulation,4 see especially Schedule 1) went into effect to address changes in beverage container packaging, particularly the growth of 'new age' beverages. "

    http://www.bottlebill.org/legislatio...shcolumbia.htm
    Interesting, I must have been mistaken from my visit to BC a few years ago, I was picking up bottles after a soccer game and was looking for a recycle bin and was told they didn't use them..maybe i was tricked and they wanted the cash!!
    I so remember my candy being funded through empties as well, and I was in Ontario as a little girl they must have changed the deposits since I was little!!
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    There is no deposit in ON. No refund when you return. You just leave it in your recycle bin and the city takes it away
    Quote Originally Posted by Zonny View Post
    Yes, I think you do. Here in NS, you pay .10 per can/bottle/juice box/etc. (every drinkable fluid except milk). You return the cans and get .05 back. Kind of a tax. When I've gotten a SCOP on a beverage like this, they still charge the deposit.
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