Since 1990, wildland fires across Canada have consumed an average of 2.5 million hectares a year. Wildfires are a serious threat, and it’s crucial that you know what to do before, during, and after a wildfire.
The arrival of spring is bittersweet time for motorists. On one hand, winter driving is behind us. On the other is the bi-annual ritual of swapping your tires...
Old man winter may be on his way out, but he’s leaving potholes in his wake.
Modern life is full of cyber risks and many homeowners don’t realize this until it’s too late. Whether it’s for their computer, mobile device, or connected home technology, homeowners need the right protection for the exposures that come with modern connect life.
Christmas lights are a big part of the most wonderful time of the year, but they also pose increase fire and electrical risks. To prevent your festive cheer turning into festive tears, take a moment to read our decorating safety tips
Everyone agrees on the benefits of driving with winter tires during winter months, but are they really necessary?
Did the first snow fall of the season make you ask yourself ‘Did everybody forget how to drive?’ Well, you’re not alone. Even though it happens every year, the winter season always seem to catch us off guard when we’re behind the wheel.
To keep your house from being haunted with potential insurance woes, here are some Halloween preparation tips for preventing fires and other insurance claims.
We know what you’re thinking—yes, it’s already that time of year, and yes, we miss summer too! With colder temperatures en route (look on the bright side, no spring allergies!), now’s the time to check the items below off of your list so you can be snug as a bug in a rug this winter.
One person is injured in a distracted-driving collision every half hour in Ontario, which is why the Ministry of Transportation is proposing new laws to help reduce the number of incidents. Here are the proposed new laws and what you can do to avoid being a distracted driver