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MSF teams in Nepal

Doctors Without Borders Aids Nepal

Nepal and the World Are Helped by Doctors Without Borders At ContactsforLess.ca we believe in helping save the world by making it a better place. That is why every month we specifically choose a highlighted cause to bring more attention to these humanitarian efforts, so that YOU can make a difference in the world, one contact lens at a time. For the month of May, we are proud to say that the international humanitarian medical

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Why Should Companies Employ Social Responsibility to Help the Planet?

Social Responsibility Matters! What’s that you say? 51% of profits! You heard that right! We at ContactsforLess.ca celebrate Earth Day everyday. We donate 51% of our entire profits to the non-profit organization of your choice. And we do this with the future health of our beloved big blue in mind. Future generations: we’ve got your back. It is a no-brainer that being socially responsible, that is giving back to the planet our fair share, is

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Under the Dome of Pollution

The documentary-style film produced by a Chinese investigative journalist and environmental activist, Chai Jing, has been viewed over 300 million times since its release last Saturday. Being hailed as the Chinese “An Inconvenient Truth,” the film has been an eye-opener for the Chinese public regarding the real environmental cost of China’s economic boom. In the 104-minute film, Chai offers a look at the real environmental cost that China’s 30 years of breakneck economic development has

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Women for Women International

Women for Women International: Inspiring Change in Women

“All of us have an opportunity to invest in the untapped potential that resides in women, who too often have their strength and potential overlooked. They are the strong businesswomen, the coffee growers, the basket weavers, the farmers and artisans. They are the women saving money and working in a cooperative. Our challenge is to link them to market opportunities where they can add value.” –Afshan Khan, former President & CEO, Women for Women International

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Nasa Soil Moisture Map

NASA Study Predicts Mega Drought in the Later Half of 21st Century

NASA: Mega Droughts in Southwest and Central U.S.A. In the last few years, U.S Southwest and Central Plains have faced severe droughts that have caused reduced yearly rainfall and increased temperatures across these regions. For the past three millennia, this region of the United States has been affected by several major droughts, some that have even lasted up to 30 years. Past studies modeling drought variability and dynamics have only focused in using data from

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don't buy roses this valentine's day

Roses for Valentine’s Day: Don’t Buy Them

Why You Should Not Buy Roses For Valentine’s Day This Valentine’s Day, 9.8 million dozen roses will be imported into Canada from Columbia & Ecuador, according to StatCan. These two Latin American countries are the world leaders in the flower industry, including the production of roses for Valentine’s Day. However and perhaps more interestingly, these two countries, and their flower industries in particular, have a horrifying record of hiring children and exploiting workers with poor

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Sue Scotnicki of Victoria BC

Sue Scotnicki of Victoria, BC Nov 11, 2014 This amazing testimonial by Sue, a loyal customer, we see people compare us with the other websites. We love that. Do you know why? Because we are so much better than they are. “The service was fantastic…” “I have already told all my contact wearing friends to check out the website and order from contacts for less. The service was fantastic and the price was better than

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MSF teams in Nepal

Doctors Without Borders Aids Nepal

Nepal and the World Are Helped by Doctors Without Borders At ContactsforLess.ca we believe in helping save the world by making it a better place. That is why every month we specifically choose a highlighted cause to bring more attention to these humanitarian efforts, so that YOU can make a difference in the world, one contact lens at a time. For the month of May, we are proud to say that the international humanitarian medical

Read More »

Why Should Companies Employ Social Responsibility to Help the Planet?

Social Responsibility Matters! What’s that you say? 51% of profits! You heard that right! We at ContactsforLess.ca celebrate Earth Day everyday. We donate 51% of our entire profits to the non-profit organization of your choice. And we do this with the future health of our beloved big blue in mind. Future generations: we’ve got your back. It is a no-brainer that being socially responsible, that is giving back to the planet our fair share, is

Read More »

Under the Dome of Pollution

The documentary-style film produced by a Chinese investigative journalist and environmental activist, Chai Jing, has been viewed over 300 million times since its release last Saturday. Being hailed as the Chinese “An Inconvenient Truth,” the film has been an eye-opener for the Chinese public regarding the real environmental cost of China’s economic boom. In the 104-minute film, Chai offers a look at the real environmental cost that China’s 30 years of breakneck economic development has

Read More »
Women for Women International

Women for Women International: Inspiring Change in Women

“All of us have an opportunity to invest in the untapped potential that resides in women, who too often have their strength and potential overlooked. They are the strong businesswomen, the coffee growers, the basket weavers, the farmers and artisans. They are the women saving money and working in a cooperative. Our challenge is to link them to market opportunities where they can add value.” –Afshan Khan, former President & CEO, Women for Women International

Read More »
Nasa Soil Moisture Map

NASA Study Predicts Mega Drought in the Later Half of 21st Century

NASA: Mega Droughts in Southwest and Central U.S.A. In the last few years, U.S Southwest and Central Plains have faced severe droughts that have caused reduced yearly rainfall and increased temperatures across these regions. For the past three millennia, this region of the United States has been affected by several major droughts, some that have even lasted up to 30 years. Past studies modeling drought variability and dynamics have only focused in using data from

Read More »
don't buy roses this valentine's day

Roses for Valentine’s Day: Don’t Buy Them

Why You Should Not Buy Roses For Valentine’s Day This Valentine’s Day, 9.8 million dozen roses will be imported into Canada from Columbia & Ecuador, according to StatCan. These two Latin American countries are the world leaders in the flower industry, including the production of roses for Valentine’s Day. However and perhaps more interestingly, these two countries, and their flower industries in particular, have a horrifying record of hiring children and exploiting workers with poor

Read More »

Sue Scotnicki of Victoria BC

Sue Scotnicki of Victoria, BC Nov 11, 2014 This amazing testimonial by Sue, a loyal customer, we see people compare us with the other websites. We love that. Do you know why? Because we are so much better than they are. “The service was fantastic…” “I have already told all my contact wearing friends to check out the website and order from contacts for less. The service was fantastic and the price was better than

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