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  • Will You Take The D.O.N.T. Pledge?

    “Distracted driving is cited as a causal factor in 30 to 50 percent of traffic collisions in Ontario, but is probably much higher due to under-reporting.” (Source) This fact is from the Ontario Provincial Police and they know better than anyone what the results of distracted driving are. A CBC artic … Read more »

  • Long Term Disability In The Time Of COVID-19

    We are all stressed and distracted due to Covid-19. Isolating at home, unable to spend time with friends and family, homeschooling while working from home, or possibly not working at all. The uncertainty of when this will end and what our new normal will look like is what makes it more difficult to … Read more »

  • If Your Loved One Contracts COVID-19 at a Care Home, Do You Have A Case?

    You’ve seen the news and you know the reality: a large number of those dying from COVID-19 are elderly people in long term care (LTC) facilities throughout Ontario. This virus is particularly dangerous for seniors, so LTCs have become hot zones of outbreaks: in close quarters, with underpaid and ins … Read more »

  • Motorcycle Riding: Rules Of The Road

    With the arrival of warmer weather comes the sound of motorcycle engines revving and raring to go. It’s understandable that those who love to ride will be chomping at the bit to get out on the open road, alone or with their like-minded friends, so a little reminder about the rules of the road is […] … Read more »

  • What to Do If You’re Denied Long Term Disability

    Being denied long term disability by your insurance company is frustrating and stressful, but it’s not the end of the road. This video outlines four things you need to know about long term disability and different options for moving forward… Read more »