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 Smoke alarms that are properly installed and maintained play a vital role in preventing fire deaths and injuries. Unfortunately, 60% of home fire deaths happen in homes where there are no smoke alarms or no working smoke alarms. Smoke spreads very quickly and smoke alarms give you early warning and time to get out. READ MORE >>

  Cold weather is closing in and you can’t always predict a severe turn in the weather and its consequences. In addition to car insurance, to protect yourself and your family, make sure you have the following items on board. 1. Warm clothing and blankets READ MORE >>

      Being unable to start your car when you’re already late, running out of windshield washer fluid on the highway, breaking down in the middle of a blizzard… Sound familiar? Here are some handy tips to help you stay safe on the roads this season and prevent premature wear on your car. READ MORE >>

If you are a homeowner, or perhaps rent a home in which you are responsible for a certain level of maintenance, it is critical to winterize your home’s water system before the temperature drops to help ensure a winter season free fromfrozen pipesandpotential water damage. READ MORE >>

  A home is likely the largest single investment you’ll make, and being a first-time buyer, you are probably overwhelmed with the cost, complexity and commitment you are about to make. So before you buy your first home, make sure you’ve done your homework. READ MORE >>

Frozen pipes can present an invisible threat – one that you might not recognize until the weather starts to warm. By then, the water damage can be significant and costly. Fortunately, keeping your home warmer, at a consistent temperature, and better insulated can help protect your pipes from freezing this winter. READ MORE >>

If you rent an apartment or home, you might not be thinking about insurance. After all, you don’t own the building and your landlord may have insurance in case something happens. But if your living room is damaged in a fire, your landlord’s policy likely won’t cover your brand new laptop or your vintage vinyl record collection. READ MORE >>

  The annual apparition of spooky skeletons, broomstick-riding witches and carved pumpkins is a sure sign fall is well under way. Second only to Christmas in terms of how much consumers spend on decorations,¹ Canadians of all ages seem to love celebrating Halloween. READ MORE >>

While spring is a common time for many homeowners to spend some extra attention on upkeep and maintenance, autumn is just as critical a season for preparing your home to withstand the potentially harsh winter weather and temperature conditions that may await you. READ MORE >>

If you lost your home in a fire, how much would it cost to rebuild it? The answer may be different than you think. And if your home isn’t insured to its full replacement cost, your homeowner's policy may not cover the full cost for you to rebuild it in the event of a covered loss. READ MORE >>

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