How to Drive Safe with Daylight Saving Time Ending

After springing our clocks ahead for the past 7+ months, it’s now time for many Canadians’ clocks to fall back. That’s right, daylight saving time ends this Sunday, November 4, at 2am local time. If you’re looking forward to the extra hour of sleep awaiting you on Saturday night, you’re not alone. …

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How to Avoid Spooky Insurance Claims this Halloween

In less than a week, many princesses, superheroes, celebrity lookalikes, etc. will be showing up at your door looking to stuff their pillowcases with as much candy as possible. That’s right, Halloween is less than a week away. Here are four scenarios to consider this Halloween, in relation to yo…

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5 Winter Safety Tips For The Outdoor Workplace

Working outside during a Canadian winter can be grueling. Frigid temperatures, snow, and ice can put outdoor workers in precarious situations. There are things you can do to be safe while working outside during a Canadian winter. Hydrate Contrary to popular belief, the likelihood of being deh…

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3 Essential Ways to Prepare Your Car for Winter

Most places in Canada received some not-so-friendly early fall snow. With November approaching, it’s important to make sure your vehicle is ready for winter. Here are 3 essential ways to prepare your car for winter from Surex : Winter Tires In a couple provinces, British Columbia & Que…

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5 Ways to Prepare Your Home for a Canadian Winter

With the first snowfall now touched down in most places throughout Canada, it is definitely time to make sure your home is prepared to handle another winter season. Preparing your home for the frigid temperatures and snow can also help prevent potential home insurance claims resulting from said tem…

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Small Business: The Backbone of the Canadian Economy

As we celebrate Small Business Month in Canada, it’s important to understand the impact entrepreneurs and their small businesses have on our economy. According to Statistics Canada, there are 1,167,978 registered businesses in Canada (as of December 2015). Small businesses (1-99 employees) m…

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