Importance of Snow Tires and Tips for Driving in Canadian Weather

By |November 20th, 2017|

Driving in Canadian winter weather can certainly be a challenge, especially if you are driving in winter for the first time, or moving to Canada. One way to make it easier on yourself is to have a good set of winter tires on your vehicle.
When to Use Winter Tires instead of All-Season
Unlike summer or all-season […]

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What to do when you are in a car accident?

By |February 1st, 2017|

What you do when you are in a car accident depends on the situation and type of accident. The information you need, if the police need to be involved and other questions can have different answers depending on the situation. If you know the basics it can make the process less stressful.
A Minor accident
Often referred to […]

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Are Your Holiday Gifts Covered by Your Existing Insurance?

By |January 9th, 2017|

Are your holiday gifts covered under your existing insurance? If you have home insurance or contents insurance through a condo or co-op policy, then the gifts you have received over the holidays would normally fall under the coverage in your contents amount. The catch is, you have to make sure that your contents amount is […]

G1 drivers – set your insurance experience on the right path

By |August 9th, 2015|

Getting your drivers license for the first time is exciting!  G1 drivers have a long road of learning ahead of them and should take advantage of opportunities to help build a solid insurance history.

In Ontario, all new drivers progress through a graduated licensing system.   G1 drivers have 12 months to acquire proper driving skills before […]

What really affects the cost of new car insurance?

By |July 2nd, 2014|

Some tips to get you thinking and help you out on the factors in price for insurance before you buy the car.

What REALLY affects the cost of insurance?

Please note that  these are general guidelines, but hopefully they will help you on the right track, and will avoid any unnecessary surprises! Because when budgeting for your […]

Thoughts and advice: Mexico trip gone wrong

By |January 17th, 2014|

There are so many beautiful vacation destinations with warm sunshine and endless beaches that have far fewer examples such as this one: Calgary woman seriously injured after a balcony railing gave way in Mexico. (article from Global News)

First, we would like to point out that there is no mention of a specific insurance company or […]

De notre dossier de réclamation: L’eau coule à travers toute la maison

By |October 9th, 2013|

Description de la réclamation: Un entrepreneur en train de rénover la salle de bain à l’étage, alors que les propriétaires étaient absents pendant le week-end, la valve temporaire pour la toilette a cédée, permettant à l’eau de s’écouler sans arrêt  depuis le deuxième étage, à l’étage principal et au sous-sol causant d’importants dégâts à tous […]

Ne partez pas en voyage sans assurance cet été!

By |May 15th, 2013|

Avez-vous déjà franchi les frontières pour une longue fin de semaine de magasinage? Ou même pour une journée au bord de la mer?

Vous avez absolument besoin d’ une assurance voyage!
Assurez-vous d’avoir une assurance voyage valide en cas de maladie ou d’accident. Ne prenez pas de chance.