The #LDSolutions video series offers solutions to everyday problems. You trust London Drugs for tech, pharmacy, cosmetics, insurance, photography, and more – we help solve your everyday problems. Trust us for these life hacks too.
All you need is a couple ice cubes and a dryer.
A long piece of floss will handle it.
Ever make massive potato salads or mashed potato batches? Maybe for a summer BBQ? Then you likely dread hand-peeling dozens of potatoes. For some, especially those with more “life experience,” that much peeling can severely irritate the elbows, wrists and hands. Ugh.
Don’t worry, London Drugs is here give your hands a hand with another handy life hack.
Ever tried to remove a screw only to find it was stripped and wouldn’t turn? Drat! Even if you’re short on time, LD has a handy home lifehack solution to help you get a grip.
Ever tried to remove a ring from your finger only to find it was completely stuck? Yeeps! Even if you’re short on time, LD has a handy home lifehack solution just for you.
Have you ever opened your dresser drawer in the morning to find an unexpectedly wrinkled shirt? Ack! Even if you’re short on time to iron after breakfast (and of course you are), LD has a handy home life hack solution just for you.
These Canadian short films will entertain your kids, make them smarter, and give adults a guilt-free hour to talk after dinner. Simply deputize a helper to hit “play” and “full screen,” and get back to the grownup table! (Don’t miss our original post: 8 Amazing Short Films That Will Delight Your Children.)
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The Sweater Ah, an archetypal tale of Canadian identity. Anyone who loves a hometown team can imagine the distress when, instead of a beloved Montreal Canadians jersey, a boy receives a Toronto Maple Leafs sweater in error. Narrated by Roch Carrier, who based the 1979 story on boyhood experiences in rural Quebec.
We love winter—more so from indoors, at a distance. If the weather outside is frightful, why not warm yourself by watching some wonderful wintertime videos? And don’t forget to send us your faves, by tweeting to @LondonDrugs.
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When your mother lives to be 101, it’s important to keep the camera around. Armand Foisy was happy to catch his mother in this lighthearted moment, playing with snow. It’s a reminder to enjoy the simple things in life.
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Although the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games are six years gone, we’ll never forget this Coke advertisement and its confident statement—”Hockey is our game.” Our favourite part? When, after Canada took home both men’s and women’s gold, Coke replaced “Let’s make sure they know” with “Now they know.”
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With Ottawa covered in snow this Christmas past, one bus driver made an extra effort to ensure all of his passengers made it safely aboard. After the video went viral on Facebook, the driver received an official commendation.
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A positive attitude does a lot for your happiness when winter temperatures hover around -45C. This Manitoba couple reminds us of the importance of both patience and play.
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Produced by P&G for the 2014 Winter Olympics, in Sochi, this video follows the journey of Olympic athletes, from the time they’re toddlers until their first Games. Warning: May cause tears and an intense desire to call your parents.