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When is the best time to put winter tires on my car?

September 28th, 2017  |  Auto

Unless you live in a warmer part of Canada that doesn’t get snow like Vancouver and Victoria, you’ll have to contend with winter and the weather that comes with it. And, while winter is the perfect time to hit the slopes and build a snowman, the snow and ice can make dri...

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Can I get travel insurance with a serious medical condition?

September 27th, 2017  |  Travel Insurance

Seniors are one of the largest demographic of travelers in Canada. The big issue for many older Canadians though, is if they can get travel insurance with a serious medical condition.

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Why you might be declined for auto insurance

September 26th, 2017  |  Auto Insurance

Being denied auto insurance is a sticky subject, because in Ontario, it is illegal to drive uninsured. So, while the industry as a whole cannot deny someone coverage, individual companies do have the right to deny customers insurance in extreme cases. Both companies and ...

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Reaching these milestones may get you an auto insurance discount

September 25th, 2017  |  Auto Insurance

Auto insurance premiums are far from static. They are fluid entities that can go up or down depending on factors that can fall both in or outside a driver's realm of control.

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Will recent rate hikes mean better interest for savings accounts?

September 24th, 2017  |  Personal Finance

This past July, the Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate to 0.75 per cent. This was the very first hike in seven years. Then, the Bank of Canada raised its key interest rate by another quarter of a percentage point to 1 percent in September. This surprised many, i...

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