A new report from LowestRates.ca found that auto insurance rates across three regional markets – Ontario, Alberta, and Atlantic Canada – have all gone up in the first quarter of 2019.
After losing infant son and leg in horrific crash, air force captain loses legal battle for compensation
A Canadian air force captain who served two tours in Afghanistan has lost another legal bid for disability benefits, 13 years after losing both her baby son and one of her legs in a motor vehicle accident.
Getting raked over auto insurance rates?
The Insurance Bureau of Canada’s Pacific vice-president will be in Kamloops on Thursday to speak to the local chamber of commerce about privatizing the auto insurance market in B.C
One key ingredient missing from this province’s auto reform proposals
Newfoundland & Labrador has introduced a slew of changes intended to help stabilize insurance rates – and a cap on minor injuries, implemented in many other Canadian provinces, isn’t one of them.
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To drive or not to drive? Something to consider after a concussion
That usually means the athlete is sidelined for a week or more while progressing through mandatory stages of recovery such as a rest period, cognitive tests, increasing levels of physical activity and contact and medical or training staff clearance before returning to competition.
Four Types of Grief Nobody Told You About
The word grief has come to be understood solely as a reaction to a death. But that narrow understanding fails to encompass the range of human experiences that create and trigger grief. Here are four types of grief that we experience that have nothing to do with death