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Working Safely in the Cold

Cold weather makes everything a bit more challenging and uncomfortable. In addition to causing health and safety concerns, the cold can add stress. There are a number of risks people must deal with during the winter, such as frostbite, dehydration, and hypothermia. Here are some tips on how to stay healthy during the cold season […]

Tips on How to Safely Navigate the Wheel

Tips on How to Safely Navigate the Wheel In the last few years, technology has made huge advances in the way we operate cars. However, navigation systems are one of the most efficient and effective ways to do so. They are helpful to have for navigating unfamiliar roads and areas. This is regardless if they […]

National Senior Safety Week: Scam Prevention


National Senior Safety Week: Scam Prevention National Senior Safety Week is November 6 – 12. This year, The Insurance Market would like to draw focus on the disproportionate rate of seniors being targeted in online scams. The pandemic pushed many individuals to interact online – those who were unfamiliar with technology became vulnerable to cyber […]

Driver Assistance Technology: Safety Tips

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Driver Assistance Technology: Safety Tips Driver assistance technologies are great integrations into our vehicles to help prevent crashes or accidents from occurring. From blind spot warnings & emergency braking to sensors & adaptive cruise control. Not only does it help to keep you and your passengers safe, but also other drivers and pedestrians too. As […]

Common Myths for the Insurance Industry

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Common Myths for the Insurance Industry Every industry has myths, including insurance. Auto, home and business insurance consumers may have misconceptions about the policies and coverage options. TIM is here to shed light on these interpretations and debunk common insurance industry myths. Auto Insurance MYTH: The colour of your vehicle affects your insurance premium. FICTION: […]

Protect Your Business from Cyber Threats

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Protect Your Business from Cyber Threats Cybercrime and attacks have increased significantly since the beginning of the pandemic. According to IBC, “In 2021, 41% of small businesses that ever suffered a cyber-attack reported that it cost them at least $100,000, up from 37% in 2019. The pandemic has pushed small businesses to adopt digital practices, […]

Stay Protected Against Cyber Scams

Cyber Scams

Stay Protected Against Cyber Scams Scams are becoming more common with the use of technology in our daily lives. Cybercriminals are always looking for creative and sneaky ways to steal your sensitive information. Although all Canadians are at risk of becoming vulnerable and victimized by a cyber scam, older adults are usually the top targets. […]

Boating Safety Guide

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Boating Safety Guide Summertime means it’s boating season! Boating is a family-fun activity to explore sites along different bodies of water, go fishing or engage in water sports such as water-skiing, wakeboarding, tubing, etc. But before venturing on the water, it is important to prepare in advance to ensure you have the right boat safety […]

Cybersecurity for Kids

Cybersecurity for Kids In today’s digital world, individuals and children use devices daily. Learning how to keep your data and devices secure from cyber threats is simple but explaining to your children how risks may occur is not always easy. Read below for quick tips on how to teach your children about the importance of […]

Road Trip Safety

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Road Trip Safety Over the past two years, travel for most people has come to a standstill. Many are beginning to feel housebound and restless, eager to get out of the house. A family road trip may just be the perfect remedy to explore the province while staying close to home. Get ready to pack […]

Early closure on Friday December 8th at 12pm for our Team Christmas Party