Grocery Shopping

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Make a list - and stick to it! To help make your online grocery shopping experience even easier, make a list before you start. This will help you know what to purchase, and you can always double check your inventory while you shop!
Some benefits of making a grocery list:
  • Saves you time
  • Can save you from having to make extra trips to the store
  • Saves you money
  • Helps you plan your meals
  • Minimizes stress
  • Minimizes waste
Here is a grocery list template to help get you started:
  • Right click or hold your finger over the image to bring up a menu, click Open image in new tab.
  • In the top right corner tap on the 3 dots in the top right hand corner of the screen Tap Share or Print if you wish you print out the list.
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Supporting local businesses is important and meaningful to our local economy now more than ever. The COVID-19 pandemic has brought on staff lay offs, requests for financial credit, rent deferrals, and noticeable decreases in revenue. Small business owners bring character, friendliness, and better customer service to the neighborhood. You matter and your values and desires have much more of an influence to your local community businesses than the large big box stores.

"Going local means nurturing locally owned businesses which use local resources sustainably. It means becoming more self-sufficient and less dependant on imports. Control moves from the boardrooms of distant corporations and back into the community where it belongs.”  – Michael H. Shuman, author of the book Going Local.

In Canada, 32.0% of businesses with 500 or more employees reported declines in revenue of 20% or more. This figure almost doubles for smaller businesses where nearly 60% of those with 1 to 4 employees and nearly 56% of those with 5 to 19 employees reported declines in revenue 20% or more (Stats Canada, 2020).

You can support local Saskatoon small businesses by browsing and purchasing from their online stores. Here is a list of local links:

Local Artisans
Hen & Chick Studios
Sask Made Marketplace

Nestor's Bakery
Nutana Bakery
Those Girls at the Market

St Tropez Bistro
d'lish by Tish Cafe


Click here for a full A-Z business directory of local online shopping websites!
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Amazon is the world's largest online shopping retailer where you can discover and buy anything all in one transaction. Amazon offers many paid services such as memberships that offer free 2-day shipping, Amazon Prime, Audible, and many more.

How to Make an Account on Amazon:

1. Go to

2. In the top right hand corner, under Account & Lists and click Start here.

3. Amazon will ask you for your name, email address and then to create a password. Proceed by clicking Create your Amazon account.

4. Start shopping! Search for any item in the search bar located at the top of your screen:
5. Once you have found the item you want to purchase, click on it. On the next screen you will be asked to select a quantity, and then click the yellow button that says Add to Cart.

If you're having trouble finding what you're looking for, you can refine your search to narrow your results by using the filters on the left hand side of the screen. You can filter by brand, price, deals, customer rating, etc.

6. You can continue to shop and add items to your shopping cart, or once you've added your last item to your cart you can select Proceed to checkout (# of items) or click on your shopping cart in the top right hand corner to view your cart at any time.

7. Enter your shipping address so Amazon knows where to send your order:

Your suite # - 1825 McKercher Drive Saskatoon, SK S7H 5N5

Amazon offers a variety of shipping options; generally the quicker the shipping options will be more expensive, choose the best option for you.

8. Next, you will be asked to provide your payment information. Amazon accepts a variety of payment methods including debit card, credit card, and gift card. You only have to enter this information on your first initial purchase, it will will be saved for future transactions.

9. Review your order to make sure all the information is correct. Once you have confirmed all the details, click Place your order. 
Amazon will send you a confirmation email with a receipt, your order details, and how to track your package.

Still having trouble? Watch this video

Amazon Prime is a paid subscription service that offers customers 1 and 2 day shipping as well as a video and music streaming service.
Audible is an online audiobook and podcast streaming service owned by Amazon that allows users to purchase and stream audiobooks and other forms of spoken word content.

To start shopping or to find out what other services Amazon has to offer, go to the Amazon website.

This website was designed by a therapeutic recreation student for the residents of McClure Place to assist with online grocery shopping and how to access and use other online services. As a user of this website for learning purposes, please leave a review of what you think here ---> Did you find this helpful? Was it easy to navigate? Was there enough information? What would you add or change?