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Police don’t have to prove vehicle uninsured: Ruling

January 17th, 2020  |  Auto Insurance

When an Ontario motorist fails to produce proof of insurance and is charged as a result, police do not have to prove the vehicle is uninsured, according to a recent court ruling.

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Passengers can now get compensation for delayed flights

January 8th, 2020  |  Travel

Facing a flight delay in Canada? As of mid-December, your airline may owe you money.

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Is no-fault auto insurance the panacea?

January 2nd, 2020  |  Auto Insurance

No-fault insurance is not a magic bullet that is going to solve the auto liability problem, but it can be helpful to insurers, provided that the coverage is not too generous, said the head of Canada’s largest property and casualty insurer.

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Why you should understand credit checks

December 23rd, 2019  |  Personal Finance

When someone pulls your credit information, do you know the difference between a “hard” and “soft” check? You should. It’s an important distinction to understand because one negatively affects your credit score and the other doesn’t.

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Distracted driving is no joke

December 17th, 2019  |  Auto

Just don’t do it. That’s the message for December’s Distracted Driving Week. This year’s campaign focuses on texting and eating.

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