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Renting A Cottage? Renting Out Your Own? Here’s what You Need to Know

Before renting a cottage, make sure you're protected. Tips to make sure both the owner and renter get the best out of a cottage rental. Read more »

Don’t Worry, You’re Not Alone: 61 Per Cent Of Drivers Have Received A Traffic Ticket

All about tickets and your car Insurance; which tickets will affect your insurance and which won't. Read more »

The weather’s been so terrible—floods, ice storms. What’s going to happen to my home insurance?

Floods, ice storms and big time claims. What's going to happen to your home insurance? Read more »

Hot Under The Collar Because Of Your Car Insurance Premiums? Tips To Help You Save

Enjoy some cool summer savings on your car insurance with these hot tips. Read more »

A Look At Insurance Through The Ages [INFOGRAPHIC]

Attention history buffs and trivia masters! Find out what Benjamin Franklin and Sir John A. MacDonald have in common. Check out the Evolution of Insurance. You might be surprised on how far it dates back to! Read more »

Do I Need To Tell My Insurance Providers That I’m Going Away on Vacation?

Going on vacation? Your home and auto insurer may be in need of a call. Read more »

If I lend my car to a friend and they cause an accident, will my premiums go up even though it wasn’t my fault?

Lending your car to friends or family? Find out what happens if they're in an accident or get a ticket and how it affects YOUR insurance. Read more »

I’m a teen getting my G1 licence. If my parents add me to their policy will their insurance increase?

Getting a G1 and your parent's car insurance. Will their premiums increase? Find out. Read more »

Canada Day Trivia, How Would You Score? Plus, Fireworks Safety Tips

How well do you know Canada, and how to safely use fireworks. Canada Day trivia and firework tips to help you celebrate safely. Learn more. Read more »

Cops Fight Back Against Canada’s Drugged-Driving Epidemic

Drugged-driving is on the rise in Canada, but new efforts are underway to detect impairment. Read more »

School’s Out And The Kids Are Home For The Summer

School's Out for the sumemerWith a bag full of laundry, many university and college students have returned home for the summer. With their return, comes a few housekeeping items (other than laundry) that need to be revisited. Read more »

What happens when a G1 driver is involved in an accident?

Fender BenderFind out what happens when a G1 driver is involved in an accident. Read more »

Top 10 Ways to Protect Your Home from Theft

Every three minutes, one Canadian home is robbed. Ten tips to keep your home safe from would-be thieves. Read more »

Pest Prevention: Keeping Unwanted Critters Out Of Your Home Or Cottage

Raccoons in treeRaccoons. Rodents. Termites. Learn how to keep them out of your house or cottage. Read more »

The Lowdown: Ontario’s Collision Reporting Centres

The what, why, how, where, and when (and then some) of Collision Reporting Centres. Read more »

The Season Of Long Weekends Is Here: Staying Safe On The Roads

Safe driving tips to help you get where you're going safely, this holiday long weekend. Read more »

Gardiner Expressway: More Than Just Toronto Traffic Chaos

Traffic chaos in Toronto has reached all new heights with the construction and repairs being undertaken on the Gardiner Expressway. Read more »

Ouch, That’s Going To Hurt – 4 Surprises That Will Cost You

No matter who or how old you are, having a stash of cash squirrelled away will help when things go sideways; and sometimes they do go sideways. Read more »

Are We There Yet? Travel Tips When Travelling With Children

Once school’s out for the summer, is a visit to our neighbour’s to the south on the agenda? Travel tips to get you started planning the trip. Read more »

Little Cars, Big Savings

From the MINI to the Micra, small cars are big with Canadians; a comparison of five of the small--but mightiest--on the market today. Read more »

Car Insurance Rates Have Dropped 5% In Ontario: Holy Beep!

Car Insurance Rates have dropped.Have you compared Ontario car insurance rates lately? If it’s been a while, then now is the time to see if you could be paying less for your auto insurance. Learn more. Read more »

Top 5 Ways To Protect Your Car And Prolong Its Life

car getting fixed at mechanicsProtect your car to help it last longer with these five tips. Learn how you can prolong your car's life. Read more »

Lies, Fibs, and Untruths: Survey Says Many Drivers Lie On Car Insurance Applications

File for insurance contractsHonesty may be the best policy, but it’s a policy many drivers ignore when applying for auto insurance. See how willing people are to lie. Read more »

Heartbleed – How to protect yourself from future security breaches

heartbleed logoHeartbleed, the Internet super bug that provided hackers with access to vulnerable information from thousands of the biggest sites on the web... Read more »

The Nissan Micra: A Deal, But At What Cost?

Starting at just $9,988, Nissan’s Micra may well be Canada’s cheapest car. Read more »

Protecting Your Assets – Letter From The Editor: April 2014

With the spring thaw finally here, we can expect a lot of water on the ground from melting snow and spring rains, putting homeowners at risk for flooded basements... Read more »

Commuting in Canada: How Your Drive To Work Stacks Up [INFOGRAPHIC]

How does your commute stack up to the national average? Read more »

Home Improvement Fraud: What All Canadians Should Know

Tools for home repairHome repair fraud is no laughing matter. Protect yourself with a little bit of research, caution, and some healthy skepticism. Read more »

The Low Down on Becoming a Ride Sharing Driver with Uber, Sidecar or Lyft

Bunch of people in a carThere was a time when climbing into a stranger’s vehicle was an absurd idea but now ride sharing services like... Read more »

Top SUVs and Crossovers: Best Sellers In Canada

A white SUVPopular SUVs and the ones that are cheapest to insure. See how Canada's best-selling SUVs rank. Read more »