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  • First, we have our collectors [that is, the people who collect points; 70 percent of Canadians participate in their Air Miles program, for instance].

    Julia Moulden: Yes, You Can Save the World at Work

  • Government could work with supermarkets and other suppliers to award Green Credits at the point of sale, using a Green Credits swipe card in the same way that supermarkets already award Air Miles or other rewards for purchases.

    Ron Dembo: Green Credits -- What Obama and McCain Can do for the Environment

  • Guidelines stipulate that Air Miles should be used to reduce the cost of travel paid for by the taxpayer

    Archive 2008-02-01

  • Mr Martin, with his friendly, fuddled smile and his lamentable Air Miles, is the Speaker those conformist MPs deserve.

    No longer sovereign

  • As Vanity Blair continues to add to his Air Miles and carbon footprint on his I am wonderful aren't I?

    Victory for Public Opinion: VC Hero to be Allowed in

  • Kublax syncs with all your bank accounts, utilities, and loyalty schemes like Air Miles and presents all the information in a user friendly format so that you can track your incoming and outgoing cashflow and start to analyse your personal finances.

    Kublax wins further funding

  • He wanted to skipper the British challenge in the next Americas Cup but, when the date was brought forward to 2013, and the decision taken that it would be a catamaran rather than a single-hull race the sponsor - Nectar card and Air Miles inventor Sir Keith Mills - pulled out.

    Telegraph.co.uk - Telegraph online, Daily Telegraph and Sunday Telegraph

  • Both firms are Air Miles sponsors so it's also an opportunity to tie more purchases into the rewards program, McVay added.

    Thestar.com - Home Page

  • "Consumers now can trust that it's not just Air Miles trying to tell them this is a greener option, but some really authentic, prominent third party."

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

  • The quasi-judicial tribunal will also examine whether to require that ads promoting free trips through loyalty reward programs such as Aeroplan and Air Miles prominently disclose hidden taxes, fees and surcharges.

    The Globe and Mail - Home RSS feed

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