Let’s face it: Halloween won’t feel the same in 2020. But finding creative ways to have fun, while protecting your home, family, and neighbours with the right coverage can help make it enjoyable and memorable.
Are you and your vehicle ready for everything a long Canadian winter will bring? Now’s the time to prepare your car for what’s to come.
When lending your vehicle to friend or relative, make sure you understand the insurance implications and set clear ground rules for whoever it is you allow to drive your car.
Alberta’s Automobile Insurance Rate Board releases its latest filing decisions. See how much your Alberta auto insurance rate could be changing in the months ahead.
Identity theft and fraud is an issue for Canadians. Those looking for protection may be able to get coverage through their home insurance policy.
There are approximately 150,000 automobile collisions in Canada every year. In a substantial number of cases, at least one of the vehicles involved is damaged beyond repair. Hopefully, this never happens to you, but in this article we'll discuss what happens when a vehicle is damaged beyond repair in a collision and what your rights and responsibilities are as a consumer.
Gearing up to get your Ontario driver’s licence? Prepare yourself for the province’s G1 practice test by taking our quiz. With questions taken from the official Ministry of Transportation Driver’s Handbook, give yourself an edge before taking the official test.
The Financial Services Regulatory Authority (FSRA) says insurers’ premium relief measures have increased for Ontario drivers since the pandemic first struck.
There are two things you can count on this Thanksgiving: traffic and a heavy police presence on the roads. Before heading out, be prepared with our road trip checklist.
Drivers hit about 1,000 wild animals in Ottawa every year. Learn how this can affect your insurance premiums and how to avoid a collision.