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How Red Light Cameras Work

How Red Light Cameras Work

A red light camera is a type of traffic enforcement camera that captures an image of a vehicle which has entered an intersection in spite of the traffic signal indicating red (during the red phase). By automatically photographing vehicles that run red lights, the photo is evidence that assists authorities in their enforcement of traffic […]

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Is It Time To Revisit Your Business Insurance?

Is It Time To Revisit Your Business Insurance?

Is your business running the same today as it was when you first started out? Chances are it isn’t. Small business owners are almost always agile and quick to embrace changes that are necessary to succeed, which is why it’s essential to make sure your business insurance is keeping up with your company’s activities. If […]

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Marine Insurance And The Importance of Protecting Your Pleasure Crafts

Marine Insurance And The Importance of Protecting Your Pleasure Crafts

Home and cottage prices continue to rise in Ontario and more people are ditching the lakeside cottage life, freeing up some of their hard earned cash. People are starting to invest more in water vessels like cabin cruisers, rather than being burdened with another mortgage. Cottages are getting really expensive, so people are more actively […]

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Heading on Vacation? Here are a few steps to keep your house safe.

Heading on Vacation? Here are a few steps to keep your house safe.

The last thing you want to deal with when you get home from a vacation is a break in. So remember to prep your house before you go to secure the safety of your home. Remove any signs that would allow anyone to know that no one is living in your house at the moment. […]

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Wind and Property Damage: What You Need to Know

Wind and Property Damage: What You Need to Know

Friday’s windstorm in Southern Ontario left a trail of destruction and hundreds of thousands without electricity. Wind gusts in excess of 90km/hr knocked over fences, brought down trees, ripped siding from homes and blew shingles from roofs throughout the province. This has resulted in a significant number of property claims being reported. Over the weekend […]

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Ice Storm Damage and Your Insurance Coverage

Ice Storm Damage and Your Insurance Coverage

Are you wondering what might be covered by your insurance company after the recent ice storm? We’ll answer a few questions below about what may or may not be covered by your insurance policy. A tree fell on my home. Will I be covered? Your homeowner’s insurance policy will cover most damage to any buildings […]

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Facts About Car Insurance Rates – Today and in the Future

Facts About Car Insurance Rates – Today and in the Future

One topic of conversation that is certain to stimulate the emotions of the parties involved is car insurance rates in Ontario.  Unfortunately, these are usually not pleasant emotions but rather ones of anger and frustration, as many drivers in this province are well aware that their rates are higher, sometimes much higher, than those in […]

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Don’t Sleep Away Your March Break, Get Involved With These Local Events!

Don’t Sleep Away Your March Break, Get Involved With These Local Events!

Local Activities You Should Participate in this March Break A break from work, school or a whole week to do absolutely nothing is always appreciated, although no one likes to feel unproductive or lazy! While some families will be heading out of town for March Break, others will be spending the week right here in […]

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Insurance Needs for a Licensed Home Daycare Business

Insurance Needs for a Licensed Home Daycare Business

Home Daycare – Licensing, Insurance and Other Key Aspects to This Business In today’s economy, many young parents rely on daycare services to help care for their children throughout the work week.  In a vast majority of such cases, the children are in need of full-time supervision that unfortunately cannot be provided by a trusted […]

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Gore Mutual Partners with Petley-Hare to Help Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre

Gore Mutual Partners with Petley-Hare to Help Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre

As part of the Gore Mutual 150 Ways campaign, Gore Mutual, in partnership with Petley-Hare Ltd. has donated $5,000 to Hearth Place Cancer Support Centre in Oshawa, Ontario. The charity was nominated by Petley-Hare Ltd. in October. “We have a great relationship with the team at Gore Mutual and like us, they really care about […]

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