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What drivers can expect with Ontario’s auto insurance reform

May 13th, 2019  |  Auto Insurance

Ontario’s PC government recently revealed its plan to fix the province’s “broken” auto insurance and reduce premiums for drivers.

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Man's vanity plate deemed offensive

April 15th, 2019  |  Auto

Vanity licence plates can be witty, cute or funny, but they’ve also attracted their share of controversy. The most recent was the case of a Manitoba man and big Star Trek fan who wasn’t allowed to keep his personalized ASIMIL8 plate.

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Household fire safety tips you should know

April 8th, 2019  |  Home

Did you know that one in 10 of Canadians will experience a fire in their home? Despite this statistic, revealed in a study commissioned by the Canadian Association of Fire Chiefs and Duracell, 48 per cent of Canadians think they have almost no chance of experiencing a fire...

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What are the insurance implications of renting or owning a cottage?

April 1st, 2019  |  Insurance

Now that it’s spring, many already may be thinking about where to go on their summer vacation. Booking cottages well ahead of time is a common practice for many families. But as the vacation draws near and you start packing, have you ever given any thought to insurance?

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Calibration of replacement windshields just as efficient when using aftermarket glass, study says

March 27th, 2019  |  Auto

Replacing a car windshield is becoming increasingly complex. That’s because vehicles equipped with advanced driving systems (ADAS) have cameras and sensors built into windshields to allow the car to gauge its surroundings.

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