On May 4, 2018 Ontario was hit with a wind storm that caused $380 Million dollars in damages, according to the Insurance Bureau of Canada. Shingles were blown off of roofs, trees toppled, fences knocked down, and power was out for thousands.
As summer holidays have come to an end, it’s time for back to school. Kids everywhere are starting a new year of education. The older ones have moved out to study abroad, far from your home.
A dwelling will be deemed vacant when its occupants have left and do not have any intention of returning. It may also be a new dwelling that you have not yet moved into or that you are renting out and currently does not have any tenants.
Your son or daughter has passed their G2 driving test and will now be using your car occasionally on their own. With this milestone you want to make sure they are protected as much as possible.
The summer heat is here. Here are some tips to keep you cool while also keeping your hydro costs in check. Ceiling fans can help to keep you cool for less than the cost of air conditioning.
Are you planning on hosting a party, wedding or another event? Will you be hosting an event that alcohol will be served, or an event that is hosted in a publicly owned building? You may require special event liability.
Every driver has experienced some sort of windshield damage while behind the wheel. Regardless of where you are, debris is everywhere – whether you’re driving on a busy road, driving through a construction site, or parked under a tree.
The summer months are a great time for a road trip. Pack the family in the car and head off to parks, museums, festivals and other Ontario happenings and destinations.
If you’re among those who are lucky enough to own your own boat, you know that it’s a rewarding, yet often pricey investment. Really, we should think about owning and protecting a boat the same way as we do a car.