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How to buy contact lenses online in Canada

Buy your contacts online in smart way Canada!

Beware Hubble Contact Lenses OnlineThere are issues to be concerned about when buying contacts online. Such as “Grey Market” (overseas market) importers selling unauthorized products, there is the issue of “fit” and “shape” of the lens. There are issues related to the health of your eye and even concerns about how to NOT WASTE YOUR MONEY.

Here is our Owner & CEO, Paul W. Slusher – back by popular demand. This video pretty much hits all the main concerns you will have about buying contact lenses online, here in Canada or anywhere else really.

Our CEO means what he says

When Paul W. Slusher speaks about “buying online” in a smart way – he means it. Many people guess at what product to buy without being properly advised by their optometrist. Instead they take a chance. This could do serious damage to your eye and could also be a huge waste of money. Once you open up a box of contact lenses, you won’t get a refund. So be smart Canada!

We are here to do it the right way

At Contactsforless.ca, we are 100% dedicated to selling contact lenses in the right way, the ethical way. We guarantee each contact lens purchase, so that we can say that each and every contact lens customer is protected. We donate our profits and we make sure we offer the cheapest contact lens prices in Canada. When we say “cheap”, we mean we try to keep our prices as low as we can afford. If we make more money as a company, we WILL lower our prices. So your support of our company is critical to us being able to beat the big corporate giants on price AND service.

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January 2018 Group of the Month

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Human Trafficking in Canada

It’s easy to imagine human trafficking as involving women smuggled from some unknown foreign country.

What most Canadians don’t know is that 94% of human trafficking victims in Canada are also Canadians.

Additionally, 93% of human trafficking victims are female.  Majority of them are extremely young, with nearly half being between 18-24, and 25% being minors.

Meet Our Group of the Month

One Child

Vision

A world where every child is free from sexual exploitation and empowered to be agents of change.

Mission
To mobilize a global movement of young people to take action against the sexual exploitation of children through education & empowerment.

Our History

“On a stage, lit by spotlights, were boys in a line, kids probably twelve to sixteen years old. They were practically naked, wearing nothing but skimpy white thongs, a number pinned to each … A boy was ordered like a customer would order a drink, brought to the table by the manager to be checked out.”

The words in the book made 16 year-old Cheryl Perera ill. “How can children my age and younger be exploited in this way? I’m just a teenager, but how can I stop this?” What began as a high school project would take an unexpected turn when she encountered a description of the global child sex trade in her research, and embarked on a whirlwind mission to Sri Lanka for answers.

From meetings with an advisor to Sri Lanka’s President, to risking her own life in an undercover operation that would help bring a child sex offender to justice, Cheryl did the remarkable to find answers. Still, the most powerful ones came from the child survivors who invited her into their world, and asked her to share their stories. Cheryl made a silent promise. She would do just that and much more.

In Canada, Cheryl launched a national awareness campaign that united young people as the pulse. But things didn’t stop there. The seed had been planted for something more powerful and innovative. An organization that would put young people—for the first time in history— at the frontlines of the struggle to end the global sex trade in children. And the time had come. Taking the cue, Cheryl rallied nine friends and together they founded OneChild.

Click here to read more.


Reference: https://www.statcan.gc.ca/pub/85-002-x/2016001/article/14641-eng.htm

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December 2017 Video of the Month

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Our CEO is back to talk about our featured charity this month, our company growth, and why it’s good for you to shop with Contacts For Less.

Meet Our Group of the Month

Equitas is one of the most recognized and active human rights education organizations in Canada.  They work to advance equality, social justice, and respect for human dignity through education programs.

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Equitas has reached over 3.2 million people worldwide in the last 50 years.

From promoting women’s and young girls’ rights in Senegal to reinforcing the LGBTI rights movement in Haiti, equipping young leaders in the Middle East and North Africa to participate more effectively in community life, and developing new partnerships to support work with Indigenous youth in Canada–their efforts are built on the principle that investing in human rights education is investing in building more inclusive, more equitable and more peaceful communities.

Don’t Miss Our Video for this Month

Check out our quick 5-minute video, where our CEO tells you about Equitas, as well as why Contacts for Less is such a good deal:

And remember, ContactsforLess.ca is the only website in Canada that lets you:

  • Order your contact lens online
  • Save 70% or more on low prices
  • Donates 51% of net profits to the charity YOU choose!