Indigo Announces Free Shipping for All Books This Summer at Indigoca

first_imgAdvertisement To help Canadians prepare their summer reading list, Indigo’s book experts put together their top picks of the season. From soon-to-be-blockbuster-movies and the biggest thriller of the summer, to a 20th anniversary special edition ofHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, these titles will keep Canadians big and small reading all season long.Top Adults Summer BooksThe President is Missing – James Patterson and Bill ClintonThe Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck – Mark MansonThen She Was Gone – Lisa JewellThe Death of Mrs. Westaway – Ruth WareThe Outsider – Stephen KingEducated – Tara WestoverSapiens – Yuval Noah HarariSharp Objects – Gillian FlynnCrazy Rich Asians – Kevin KwanThe Perfect Couple – Elin HilderbrandTop Kids Summer BooksWings of Fire #11 – Tui T SutherlandPositively Izzy – Terri LibensonDragon Masters #10: Waking the Rainbow Dragon – Tracey WestHug a Tree, Geronimo – Geronimo StiltonEveryday ABC – Paul CovelloOcean Meets Sky – Terry FanCece Loves Science – Kimberly DertingWeird but True Canada – National GeographicConfidence Code for Girls – Katty KayHarry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets – House Edition – JK RowlingFor more information on Indigo please visit indigo.ca.About IndigoIndigo is the world’s first Cultural Department Store – a physical and digital meeting place inspired by and filled with books, music, art, ideas, beautifully designed lifestyle products and the creative people who make our experience happen. Indigo believes in real books, in living life fully and generously, in being kind to each other and that stories – big and little – connect us. Advertisement Advertisement _________________________________1 Valid from July 3, 2018 – August 31, 2018 at indigo.ca with a purchase of any book, using a valid plum rewards membership. Excludes heavy and/or oversized items or shipments to remote areas as described at indigo.ca/freeshipping. Facebookcenter_img LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Login/Register With: TORONTO – Indigo (TSX: IDG), the world’s first cultural department store, today announced that for the first time ever, any order from Indigo.ca that contains a book will ship for free for plum® members1.“Books are at the centre of everything we do at Indigo and we are excited to offer free shipping on all books at Indigo.ca all summer long,” said Kirsten Chapman, Chief Marketing Officer and EVP Digital at Indigo. “Summer is the perfect time to unwind and unplug with a great read, and for those people who choose to shop online for convenience, we want to ensure that we continue to provide amazing value while inspiring a love of reading.”Free shipping will apply to all books Indigo sells online, including audiobooks. To qualify, customers must be an existing member of Indigo’s free program plum® rewards. The plum® rewards program allows customers to earn points for purchases at Indigo as well as enjoy personalized recommendations, bonus points offers and invitations to exclusive events. Customers interested in signing up can visit indigo.ca or any store location. Twitterlast_img read more

Police shoot and kill man in Algonquin community of Lac Simon Quebec

first_img(Members of Lac Simon, Que say Sandy Michel was killed by local police Wednesday night in the community. Photo from facebook)Tom FennarioAPTN National NewsLAC SIMON, QUE– A man was killed by police in the Algonquin community of Lac Simon Wednesday evening.Lac Simon police responded to a call of a man brandishing a knife at approximately 7:30 p.m. local time.A number of sources in the community say the man was Sandy Michel of Lac Simon.Michel, who was in 20’s, was first hit by a police car. Shots from police were fired later.It is not clear what killed Michel.Lac Simon is located about 495 kilometres northwest of Montreal.Quebec’s provincial police force, the Sûreté du Québec (SQ), has since taken over the investigation.According to the SQ, the man was taken by ambulance to hospital in Val d’Or where he died.This is the second deadly shooting the small Algonquin community has faced since February.After Wednesday’s shooting, emotions were running high.According to a post on Facebook, members of the community surrounded SQ officers as they arrived.“Following the intervention, a group of people allegedly tried to attack the police to Lac-Simon and so the Sûreté du Québec were requested as reinforcements,” said the SQ, Benoit Coutu. “Ten SQ officers were dispatched to the scene and a perimeter was established.” The SQ has been mandated by the Ministry of Public Security to take over policing duties in the community until further notice.The Ministry of Public Security also said that the SQ will conduct an independent investigation to determine exactly what happened between police and Lac Simon residents Wednesday night.In February, Lac Simon police Officer Thierry LeRoux, 26, was shot and killed by community member Anthony Raymond Papatie. Papatie took his own life after confessing to the shooting on Facebook.More to come …last_img read more