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  • Saturday Pick’em Challenge – Official Rules & FAQ

    Introducing SATURDAY PICK’EM CHALLENGE – an Oatley Vigmond campaign to help support locally-owned restaurants while celebrating the return of the NHL. Each weekend, we will be spotlighting restaurants that are currently open for take-out by purchasing and giving away a $100 gift certificate. Followe … Read more »

  • Oatley Vigmond’s 12 Days of Giving

    This year, in lieu of a physical mailer, Oatley Vigmond’s holiday campaign is called 12 Days of Giving – a series of twelve surprise charitable donations made during the month of December. Recipients were recently announced through videos posted to our website and social media pages on weekday morni … Read more »

  • Ontario Government Restricts Right to Sue for COVID-19 Infections

    The COVID-19 pandemic has altered many aspects of your legal rights as citizens of Ontario.  The latest restriction comes with the provincial government’s passage of the Supporting Ontario’s Recovery Act, 2020.  Despite the innocuous name of this legislation, its primary purpose is to eliminate the … Read more »

  • The Benefits of Winter Tires

    In April 2015, the Ontario government announced that insurance companies would be required to offer drivers a discount for choosing to put winter tires on their cars and trucks. The government stopped short of following Quebec’s lead in making winter tires mandatory. In Quebec, winter tires need to … Read more »

  • Pandemic Perspectives: COVID and Health Care Providers

    Courtesy of guest author Lori-Ann St. Louis, (Hon(s)), MSW, RSW Director of Social Work at Abilities Rehabilitation Services In March of 2019, had you told me that in a year from now, society is locked down, lineups are the standard at grocery stores, the borders are closed, masks are worn by everyo … Read more »