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10Aug 2018
How-to-Prevent-Driving-Fatigue

Driver fatigue is a combined form of psychological and physical fatigue that generally impairs the efficiency of anyone operating a motor vehicle. In British Columbia, there is an annual average of nine deaths and 620 injuries from 850 motor vehicle accidents involving driver fatigue. In August alone, driver fatigue is typically responsible for a total of 110 […]

01Aug 2018
How Can Humans Help Prevent Forest Fires

Last year, just two of British Columbia’s worst wildfires cost insurers over $127 million. As we enter August 2018, the province has already spent more than $89 million on fires spanning from the Okanagan to right here in the Greater Vancouver area as Richmond’s aptly named Burns Bog continues to blaze. The forecast for the high risk […]

23Jul 2018
Homeowner Liability Swimming Pool Safety Checklist for Your Home

We’ve got some record breaking temperatures and hours of sun this summer in BC, and households with swimming pools are quickly becoming hot spots themselves. Friends and family members are coming out of the woodwork and neighborhood kids are joining in to make your backyard look more like the local community center. And while it […]

11Jul 2018
Long Distance Carpooling Safety Tips

After news broke that Greyhound Canada is permanently removing all BC routes (aside from Vancouver to Seattle) from its service, people from all over the British Columbia are scrambling to come up with solutions for their Western Canada travels when flights aren’t viable. While options from the private sector will soon rear their head, you can […]

18Jun 2018
Vacation Home and Property Insurance BC

Vacation homes are put to good use all year long in our neck of British Columbia, thanks to the moderate climate and bounty of outdoor recreational amenities through the four seasons. Of course, the summer is an especially exciting time for vacation property owners, but while there are numerous leisure and rental revenue opportunities to […]

30May 2018

It’s Bike to Work (and School) Week here in BC, an annual event to promote sustainable commuting that runs from May 28 to June 3 in 2018. While this affair celebrates cycling as an alternative form of transportation, it also draws attention to a concern beyond one’s carbon footprint. ICBC warns that six cyclists are […]