It’s important for every driver on the road in Edmonton to have a solid understanding of what demerit points are, how they work and how
Your home and its contents are likely your largest and most valuable assets. This is why purchasing home insurance is such a crucial investment. However, even a
Across the country, the coronavirus pandemic has taken a toll on the economy and put a strain on the finances of many Canadian families and
Based on what is currently known about COVID-19, the risk of picking up the virus from surfaces is much lower than that of catching it
While communities across the globe practice social distancing, the last thing you should do is let other people into your home — including your plumber.
As the situation regarding COVID-19 evolves, we will be continuously monitoring and following the advice from our government and health officials. Currently, our hours will
Many people think of spring cleaning as an opportunity to declutter and refresh their home. However, it’s also a chance to inspect the house and
Many people use their garage as a storage space and don’t spend much time thinking about how safe it is. However, it can be one
As we covered in last month’s blog, the 5% rate increase cap imposed by the previous government has now expired. Currently, the Alberta government is
According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), a car is stolen every seven minutes. Furthermore, car theft costs Canadians a billion dollars per year.
As the 5% rate increase cap imposed by the previous government expires, drivers are likely to see a substantial increase in their premiums. Here’s why
It’s a wise idea to review your coverage every time you renew your car insurance, and there are several circumstances in which you should consider