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BC Wildfire Preparedness 2021

BC Wildfire Preparedness 2021

Every year we remind BC homeowners to prepare for wildfire season, and with the summer fast approaching it's time for us to weigh in once again. The importance is echoed even more so this time around, as this coming week marks the 5 year anniversary of the Fort...

Tips to Safe Driving Against Sun Glare

Tips to Safe Driving Against Sun Glare

BC recently experienced an uncharacteristic run of sunny days, with our skies looking more like Arizona than the traditionally wet Pacific Northwest. While it can make driving more enjoyable, it also challenges your ability to see the road. The phenomenon is known as...

Why Single Parents Need to Rethink Their Insurance Coverage

Why Single Parents Need to Rethink Their Insurance Coverage

British Columbia ranks third (behind Ontario and Quebec) when it comes to the number of single parent households in a province. But even though you may share this distinction with nearly 220,000 other BC families, you may feel alone from time to time. You have a world...

How to Protect Your Stuff in Storage At Home

How to Protect Your Stuff in Storage At Home

Does your house or condo have a dedicated space for storage? While it's nice to keep your infrequently used possessions and collections on-site versus an off-site facility, storing items at home often creates a false sense of security. This can lead to damage or theft...

ICBC Changes 2021: How Much Will I Pay?

ICBC Changes 2021: How Much Will I Pay?

ICBC's Enhanced Care program is set to take effect on May 1, 2021. The program is based on a no fault insurance model. No-fault insurance is a type of automobile insurance coverage that helps pay for your medical care if you’re injured in a motor vehicle accident...

March Madness – Is Your Home’s Basketball Hoop a Risk?

March Madness – Is Your Home’s Basketball Hoop a Risk?

We're in the thick of the most popular sports tournament in North America - NCAA March Madness. All over BC households are outdoors and shooting hoops in their back alley or carport between games. While it's great exercise, these home-recreation installations may...

Poison Prevention and How to Protect Your Kids and Pets

Poison Prevention and How to Protect Your Kids and Pets

National Poison Prevention Week is observed in North America on the third week of March. The annual campaign's mission is to raise awareness about preventing unintentional poisoning. Park Insurance would like to use this as an opportunity to draw attention to the most...

Fire Prevention Tips for Your Home

Fire Prevention Tips for Your Home

Blog provided courtesy of Northbridge Insurance. Residential properties account for the largest number of fires in Canada. These fires result in millions of dollars in damages and claim hundreds of lives each year. Open flames, cooking appliances, and heating...