Insurance Articles & Resources

Off to college!

An Insurance Guide to Sending Your Child Off to College

August 18, 2015

Many college and university students will soon be heading to school, which means now’s the time to start thinking about insurance for your child. Where your child is …

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10 Ways To Keep Cool Without Breaking The Bank

July 24, 2015

Now that summer is in full swing, it’s all about staying cool. Unfortunately, staying cool can be costly, running the A/C doesn’t come cheap. The good news is …

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Soleful Summer: The Best & Worst Shoes For Driving

June 30, 2015

When it comes to shoes, women tend to choose the pair that goes best with their outfit and not necessarily the one that is most practical. This is …

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12 Ways To Childproof Your Home

Baby On The Way? 12 Ways To Childproof Your Home

June 22, 2015

Children are curious little ones. They like to explore every nook, cranny, and cabinet that is within reach. Which is why it’s important to take the time to …

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Vacation Checklist: Getting Ready To Go On Vacation

June 17, 2015

Going on vacation is the perfect time for some well-deserved rest and relaxation, but getting there and remembering everything you need and need to do can be overwhelming. …

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Listed! Cars Worth A Test Drive

June 4, 2015

Thinking about buying a new car? From best-selling cars to award winners, narrowing down which cars may be worth a test drive can be tough to do. We’ve …

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20 Money Saving Tips (for Canadians) That Everyone Forgets

May 26, 2015

The act of saving money can seem like a daunting and intimidating task, but it’s lot easier than you think. Saving money even in the smallest way can …

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Home Renovations That Add Value To Your Home (And Renos That Don’t)

May 12, 2015

Home renovations are big business in Canada. In 2013, renovation spending in Canada reached $63.4 billion, and is forecasted to reach $67.3 billion in 2015 according to real …

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Car Accidents In Parking Lots: Who Is At Fault?

May 11, 2015

According to the Insurance Institute for Highway Safety, nearly 20 per cent of car accidents occur in parking lots and garages. Given the frequency of parking lot accidents, …

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Your Moving In Check List + Tips For A Smooth Move

May 6, 2015

The papers have been signed and you’re anxiously awaiting the arrival of moving day. Moving is exciting, but it can also be overwhelming, especially when you have small …

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Top 10 Tips For Cheaper Car Insurance

May 5, 2015

Every ComparaSaver knows that comparing car insurance quotes can save you money (about $670 by our estimation), but you could save even more if you layer in these …

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Feeling Cooped Up? Sprawl Out Into The Patio of Your Dreams!

May 1, 2015

Sometimes as adults we get busy and don’t get enough time outside. But your mom was right when she said you had to get fresh air once in …

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Family Milestones Require Careful Tax Planning

April 21, 2015

See some serious life-changing events headed your way? Whether it’s marriage, the birth of a child, sending older kids off to university, or your own forthcoming retirement, it’s …

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10 Facts And Tips About Travelling

April 17, 2015

There’s a whole word out there waiting to be discovered. If you’re planning to take to the sky (road, water or railway), these 10 facts about travelling will …

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Yes, You Really Do Need An Emergency Fund

April 7, 2015

Nearly 25 per cent of Canadians barely have enough set aside to take care of just one month’s worth of living expenses, according to a recent survey from …

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