Thankfully, Halloween is usually about the treat and not the trick, but unfortunately Halloween hijinks, and even accidents, happen. How will your car insurance or home insurance policy protect you?
Whether they are living in residence, renting a room or apartment, or staying in a house off-campus, you have a couple options when it comes to insuring your child’s belongings while they’re away at school.
When purchasing auto insurance or home insurance, you’ll need to decide how much your deductibles should be. Make the right choice by asking yourself a few key questions.
At InsuranceHotline.com it’s our business to help Canadians pay less for the insurance coverage they need and when it comes to your business, we’ve rounded up six ways you could pay less for your commercial insurance policy.
Is your business the same today as it was when you first started out? Chances are it isn’t and your commercial insurance needs to reflect all that’s new with your business.
More than 22 million Canadians have some sort of life insurance policy. Yet, despite its popularity, many of us don’t realize how many factors—some within our control—affect the premium we pay. There’s way more to it than just your age, overall health and whether or not you smoke.
Claims stemming from a severe storm system that tore through central Alberta in June are expected to total more than $30 million. The storms produced hail and winds of more than 100 km/h that brought trees down, tore off roof shingles, caused flying debris and even blew over a tractor-trailer.
It may seem like you’re in control, but you’re not. Speeding is dangerous and it is still one of the leading causes for collisions and injuries on Canadian roads.
With 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.
May signifies the start of this year’s wildfire season in Canada. Wildfires are most likely to happen between May and September, and are not as uncommon as you might think. Approximately 8,000 wildfires occur in Canada each year, burning an average area of 2.5 million hectares.