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Keeping your sidewalks safe this winter

November 9th, 2011  |  Home Insurance

Making snowy and icy sidewalks and front walkways safe for the public should always be a priority. This is important for two reasons: preventing anyone from injuring themselves in a fall; and protecting yourself from a fine, or worse, a lawsuit.

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Keep safe with defensive driving

November 9th, 2011  |  Auto Insurance

Freezing rain. Black Ice. Snowy ditches. Just mentioning these winter realities puts many drivers into a state of tension. But since there’s no way to avoid them, the key is to drive defensively so you’re ready for whatever the road throws at you this winter.

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How to “insure” a safe holiday season

November 9th, 2011  |  Home Insurance

‘Tis the season to be jolly. ‘Tis also the  time to be very, very busy.  There’s baking, decorating, shopping, party hopping and, of course, party hosting. If that last one is big on your list, don’t forget to add holiday precautions to your ‘things-to-do’ so this year’s...

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Vehicle modifications and your insurance premium

November 9th, 2011  |  Auto Insurance

After-market customized vehicles are everywhere. They sport designer spoilers. They ride with beefed-up engines and on raised suspensions, and they’re sometimes painted some pretty funk colours. While tricking out your ride can give it a distinct appearance, improve its per...

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Oh, Christmas Tree. How beautiful are thee?

November 9th, 2011  |  Home Insurance

According Canadian Christmas legends, the Christmas tree was first introduced to Canada in 1781 – 86 years before Canada was even a country. This first tree was said to be a Balsam Fir, cut from the dense forest in the region that’s now the city of Sorel-Tracy, Quebec....

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