Canadian Tire money funds new country album

Toronto musician Corin Raymond funded his new album entirely with Canadian Tire Money (photo courtesy
Canadian Tire money is pretty good for buying oil for your car, tools for your toolbox, and maybe even a few lures for your fishing tackle.

But Toronto musician Corin Raymond also used Canadian Tire money to pay for his entire latest album.

Daybreak host Shelley Joyce reached Raymond on the phone

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Listen to Corin Raymond's song, Don't Spend it, Honey.

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