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1602, 2022

7 Tips to Avoid Package Theft

By |February 16th, 2022|Personal Insurance|

Package theft is a problem that is only worsening across Canada. Whether you’ve seen a viral video of a thief getting caught on someone’s doorstep or had a package stolen yourself, you likely know there’s a chance any delivery could be swiped before you even know it has arrived. Fortunately, there are several steps you can take to prevent a [...]

3101, 2022

Shovelling Snow in Ontario

By |January 31st, 2022|Personal Insurance, Wellness|

Shovelling snow is an inescapable winter chore for many Canadians. While you may be tempted to shovel as quickly as possible and get out of the cold, it’s important to remember that shoveling snow is a strenuous physical activity that could potentially cause serious injury, from backaches to heart attacks, if you aren’t careful. Keep these tips in mind to [...]

1901, 2022

Digital Pink Slip for Ontario Drivers

By |January 19th, 2022|Personal Insurance|

Your pink slip is more formally known as your proof of auto insurance. In Ontario, proof of insurance means being able to show a copy of your pink slip when required. The challenge for many drivers? Not all of us are great at ensuring we have an up-to-date copy of our pink slip available should we ever need to show [...]

501, 2022

What is accident forgiveness?

By |January 5th, 2022|Personal Insurance|

It is impossible to predict if or when a driving collision may occur, as it can happen to even the most cautious drivers. Cautious drivers can also be the ones deemed at fault as well. It is essential to be prepared if you are the at-fault party in the accident. Fortunately, drivers with a solid insurance record may be able [...]

1610, 2021

Home improvements that save money on insurance premiums

By |October 16th, 2021|Personal Insurance|

If you’re considering taking on some new home improvement projects, think about choosing some projects that could potentially help you save on home insurance! Here are seven home improvement upgrades that could help reduce your premiums.  Replace your furnace with either an electric or gas model. If you are currently using an oil furnace, wood furnace, or pellet stove, switching [...]

707, 2021

Kyle Paterson on “The Next Phase” podcast with Steve Kee

By |July 7th, 2021|Commercial Insurance, Newsroom, Personal Insurance, Wellness, Workplace|

Kyle Paterson had the honour of joining Steve Kee, host of “The Next Phase” podcast. Steve Kee’s passion for community, general curiosity, and concise thinking are on display as he and Kyle discuss a variety of topics in under 20 minutes. Topics brought forward by Steve Kee include: The value of having an eye on Culture within an organization. How [...]

2106, 2021

Tips for Maintaining a Vehicle that Isn’t Driven Often

By |June 21st, 2021|Personal Insurance|

People in Ontario are driving less now than ever so maintaining a vehicle that is driven less is highly important. Whether it’s from cutting out a commute now that you are working from home or putting your car away for the season, there are many reasons why you might not be driving your vehicle as often as you used to. But [...]

1705, 2021

Pool and Hot Tub Safety in Ontario

By |May 17th, 2021|Personal Insurance, Risk Management|

The stay-at-home orders of the pandemic have prompted many Ontario homeowners to install a new pool or hot tub. This article will be outlining some installation regulations, safety tips, and things to remember regarding insuring your new backyard paradise.   Installing your Pool According to Code  The initial question you must ask when installing your new pool or hot tub is, [...]

605, 2021

Safely sharing the road with transport trucks

By |May 6th, 2021|Personal Insurance, Transportation Insurance|

Your vehicle license comes with more responsibility than just being able to parallel park without hitting the cars around you. It also means being aware of your surroundings while driving, especially when it comes to the vehicles and other drivers around you-- most notably, transport trucks. In Ontario, heavy truck crashes account for almost one-fifth of all motor vehicle deaths [...]

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