Driving on winter roads is no joke. In this post, we outline 5 useful tips for keeping you and your family safe on wintery road conditions.
One of the best things about winters in Northwestern Ontario is being able to hop on your snowmobile or ATV and explore the trails. No one ever plans for things to go wrong, but in case of an accident or emergency, it is vital that you be prepared.
October is Cyber Security Awareness Month. With technology playing a huge part in both our personal and professional lives, it is more important than ever to be informed about the different components of cyber security. This quick guide will help you be better prepared to protect yourself, your business, and your devices from cyber threats.
No matter how important that next call or notification may seem, distracted driving simply isn't worth the risk. In 2019, distracted driving penalties in Ontario have become much more severe, with fines of up to $1,000 on your first offense.
Drivers with a conviction on their record can also expect their insurance premiums to increase by upwards of 20% or in some cases, find it difficult to secure coverage at all.
New renters often assume that they don’t have anything of value or to replace all of their items wouldn’t cost much, and so they skip out on purchasing renters insurance. Many think that the building owner or landlord carries insurance that will protect them as well and this is just not true. The building owners insurance policy is to protect the building itself and will not cover any of your belongings.
Our harsh winters affect our vehicles in a variety of negative ways and many of these ways can cause issues with safety or even starting your car.
Our winter is long and cold and for some, the only way to survive is to escape to a tropical destination for a week or two. When you leave your home for an extended period of time it's important that your home doesn’t look uninhabited. This is especially important when you go away in the winter as your walkway/driveway can become snow covered and give the appearance that someone is away.
In Ontario, distracted driving collisions causing death have doubled since the year 2000. Data on collisions from 2013 show that one person is injured in a distracted driving collision every 30 minutes and a driver using a phone is four times more likely to crash than a driver focusing on the road.
When it comes to wildfire, you have the ability to protect your home, cottage, or resort. Although it seems like not much can be done to protect your property from wildfire, there are easy steps you can take to reduce your vulnerability.
It's no secret that Northwestern Ontario is a boater's paradise. And now that boating season is in full swing, it’s important for eager boaters to keep safe and be mindful when on the water.