Whether it’s for a day trip, weekend getaway, or a week or two away, getting out of the house is on the minds of a lot of people. A recent survey found that 31% of Canadians plan not let another summer slip away without some sort of a holiday.
Wildfires in Canada are shockingly common. On average, over the last decade, there have been more than 5,500 wildfires annually, and this number is expected to increase. A new report says measures could be taken to minimize the spread of a wildfire and the property damages caused while also improving the safety of area residents.
Driver assistance technology is increasingly more common in today’s vehicles, but many drivers don’t fully appreciate these features of their car.
When one driver of a household is considered high-risk, it may affect the other drivers in the home too, explains Anne Marie.
Discounts are an easy way to save money on your auto insurance. Whether it’s a discount for bundling your policies or for maintaining a clean driving history, discounts can quickly add up to lower premiums.
Just starting the graduated licensing system in Ontario? Learn what's involved in getting your G1 and the licensing requirements and restrictions.
It’s official. A tornado ripped through a part of Barrie, Ontario. The damage is extensive for the homes hit. For some, it will be a matter of repairs, but for others, it will be a case of rebuilding. In both scenarios, the homeowner’s home insurance coverage will help them pick up the pieces.
There are a variety of times when a driver needs to be listed on your auto insurance policy, but listing someone who doesn’t live with you and only drives your vehicle occasionally isn’t one of them, explains Anne Marie.
You may be going about your business thinking your property insurance will cover anything and everything that happens in your home, but this isn't entirely true. There are times when it won't.
Auto insurance rates in Alberta are on the move. The province’s auto insurance regulator, the Automobile Insurance Rate Board (AIRB), has approved 15 Alberta car insurance rate changes that came into effect during the second three months of 2021 (Q2) – April, May, and June.