Along with colder temperatures, snow, and ice, fall also brings potentially dangerous driving conditions.  Slippery roads coated with leaves and less daylight hours can make driving a challenge. Get prepared by following a few simple tips, provided thanks to Public Safety Canada and the CAA:   Slow down! Fog, black ice, leaves, slush, and snow-covered […]

KF was a 73 year-old woman who was a back seat passenger in a car that was rear-ended at a stop light. She  developed strong ringing in her ears and hearing loss she thought was temporary. Her insurance company told her they would provide her with $3500 for physiotherapy coverage. When she used it all […]

  Summer Safety Tips for the Road The warmer weather is here and that means an increasing number of motorists, cyclists, and pedestrians are on the roads. Remember to keep an eye out for smaller vehicles, kids, and our four-legged friends which can sometimes be more difficult to spot.   Between 2005 and 2016, there […]