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A common belief among Canadians is that we have already have health insurance through our provincial governments, so there is no reason to spend money on unnecessary coverage. While this is partially correct, that’s not the full picture.
Tackling a short to-do list every month can keep your house safe, organized, and efficient in the months ahead. Check off each item on your February to-do list for a happy home and happy family!
Winter can be tough on many parts of a home. Whether it’s snow, ice or rain, our windows, porches and driveways take a beating. However, homeowners need to look up, as their roof is one of their property’s most vulnerable areas.
Where we live, it's not uncommon for snowmobiles to be used for both work and play. If you live in a more rural area that receives large amounts of snow, snowmobiles are relied upon for day to day transportation.
The holiday season is a time to be jolly, and it’s also a very busy time. There’s baking, decorating, party hosting, shopping, and much more. Does your holiday planning include a checklist of precautions you should take to “insure” the season is safe and sound for you and your loved ones?
Transporting your child safely in your car requires a proper car seat. As your child grows, the seats that will protect them from injury will change. Typically, children will go through three different types of car seats before they’re ready to safely use a regular seat and seatbelt.
You’ve noticed it—your daylight drive home is now a moonlight trip, you’re turning on the heat and your windows are rolled up. With the season’s cold temperatures and flurries on the way, drivers need to prepare their vehicles to safely navigate their families through the colder months.
The leaves are falling, the nights are longer and the cozy comforts of home beckon — it must be October. Make the most of this month’s bountiful harvest, get some exercise raking leaves in the brisk air and button down your house in preparation for winter. Then sit back, relax and warm your hands around a mug of hot apple cider. Fall is here.
When the sun sets on another boating season, it is time to get your boat ready for the cold winter months. Taking the necessary steps to winterize your boat will safeguard the vessel and its motor against the elements so it is ready to use when the warm weather arrives. Winterizing your boat also will preserve your investment. Follow these guidelines to prepare your boat for the cold winter months.