News

What Will Canada’s Auto Industry Look Like in 2016?

December 30th, 2015  |  Canadian Business

Based on the automotive events of 2015, experts are already sharing their speculations for the new year. Will 2016 truly be the year of the self-driving car? Will the Liberal government commit to a National Auto Strategy?

We’ve already talked abo...

Read More

New Driving Laws and Policies Take Effect in 2016

December 30th, 2015  |  Canadian Business

It’s time to say goodbye to 2015 and hello to 2016. Just remember: the new year is bringing changes that will impact Ontario and Alberta drivers. Here’s a quick look at the laws and policies that come into effect on January 1.

The Ontario winter ...

Read More

Toronto’s First Winter Storm Triggers Collisions, Outages, and Flight Cancellations

December 28th, 2015  |  Canadian Business

For many winter-loving Canadians, Toronto’s first snowfall was a highly-anticipated event. But for the city’s travellers and many of its residents, Monday’s snowstorm was nothing short of dangerous and inconvenient.

The evening of December 28 bla...

Read More

Fire Destroys Winnipeg Family’s Home

December 27th, 2015  |  Canadian Business

Trudy Genaille returned from the store and found her Winnipeg home engulfed in flames. Luckily, herself and her son weren’t home when the fire started and her partner managed to escape the flames with their pets in tow. But without renter’s insurance, the losses were dev...

Read More

Do You Drive for Uber?

December 26th, 2015  |  Canadian Business

That’s the question Wawanesa Insurance, a Canadian insurance company, is asking drivers when they renew their policies. And if you answer yes to being an Uber driver, Wawanesa may cancel your coverage.

According to the Read More