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2907, 2021

10 Fascinating RV Campsites to Explore this Summer in Ontario

By |July 29th, 2021|Personal Insurance, RV|

There are so many RV camping locations to visit across Ontario and, for newcomers to the RV life, it may seem complicated to choose the perfect place. So we asked RV enthusiasts to share some of their favourite RV campsites that you and your family can explore. Enjoy Ontario’s Natural Landscape  Arrowhead Provincial Park, located north of Huntsville, Ontario, is [...]

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 [...]

2806, 2021

The Importance of Life Insurance

By |June 28th, 2021|Life Insurance, Personal Insurance|

Even with the best-laid plans, life can deliver unplanned events that have costly effects. So while we all do our best to create a life free from worries, it’s essential to have all of the facts and a plan for those unexpected detours.  Your wedding, buying your first car, or saving up for retirement is great, but what about unplanned [...]

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 [...]

2604, 2021

What you need to know about sewer backup

By |April 26th, 2021|Personal Insurance, Risk Management|

Did you know that water damage is the leading cause of home insurance claims in Canada? One of the most frequent causes of water damage is a sewer backup Sewer backup issues happen when water begins to flow in the wrong direction, back up into your home. Sewer backup is not only a dangerous health hazard; it’s also an expensive [...]

2104, 2021

10 Must-Have Items for Summer RVing

By |April 21st, 2021|Personal Insurance, RV|

Hitting the open road in an RV is a dream for many Canadians. If you’re in the market to purchase an RV for summer 2021, or you’re already an avid RVer, we’ve put together this list of RV upgrades from real RV enthusiasts to make camping in style this year a breeze!  A Bike Rack  If biking is on the [...]

1904, 2021

How Parents Can Help Prevent Cyberbullying

By |April 19th, 2021|Cyber Insurance, Personal Insurance, Wellness|

With teens spending as much as nine hours a day online, it’s not surprising to learn that bullying has shifted to the Internet. As common as cyberbullying is, it is rarely reported. More than 50% of all teens have been bullied at least once.  More than 25% have experienced bullying on multiple occasions. More than 50% of teens who are [...]

704, 2021

10 Tips When Looking to Start Your RVing Journey (From Real RVers)

By |April 7th, 2021|Personal Insurance, RV|

Exploring Canada’s great outdoors is one of the many fantastic opportunities we have as Canadians. With 5 National Parks and over 330 Provincial parks in Ontario alone, there are a lot of options when it comes to getting some fresh air and enjoying the short but sweet summertime. One way many Ontarians like to spend their downtime is RVing—roughly 15% [...]

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