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By Glenn Cooper

With the season of Valentine’s upon us, many lovebirds are visiting the jewelry store to pick out something stunning and sparkly for their sweethearts.  However, with such a gift, it’s important to take proper actions to keep your precious item ...

Feb 10th, 2014

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By Glenn Cooper

Winter can be tough on many parts of a home. Whether it’s snow, ice or rain, our windows, porches and driveways take a beating. However, homeowners need to look up, as their roof is one of their property’s most vulnerable areas.

 

Jan 26th, 2014

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By Glenn Cooper

We all know it, using handheld devices while driving leads to more auto collisions – it’s dangerous, irresponsible and selfish. Just ask yourself how that “important” call would rate against $200 fine, losing three demerit points, having a ...

Jan 23rd, 2014


By Glenn Cooper

You hear the sound of crunching metal, your heart is racing, your palms are sweating—you’ve just been in an accident.  It’s minor and thank goodness no one has been injured, but what now?  Once you’ve caught your breath, there are ...

Jan 19th, 2014


By Glenn Cooper

 

Depending on where you live snowmobiles may be used for work or play. If you live in a more rural area that receives large amounts of snow, snowmobiles are relied upon for day to day transportation.

 

Jan 5th, 2014

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By Glenn Cooper

As a homeowner, making snowy and icy sidewalks and front walkways safe for the public should always be a priority. This is important for two reasons: preventing anyone from injuring themselves in a fall; and protecting yourself from a fine, or worse, a ...

Jan 3rd, 2014

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By Glenn Cooper
During late fall, winter and early spring, many Canadians take the opportunity to plan and book a vacation to get away from the cold weather. Part of planning your vacation is properly securing your home and having someone keep an eye on it while you are away.

Dec 18th, 2013

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The season of giving is all about sharing time with family and friends, the light of children’s eyes as they open presents, and festive holiday music playing everywhere. But with all of the gift giving over the holiday season, Aviva Canada is stressing the importance of a home ...

Dec 11th, 2013

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By Glenn Cooper

According to legend, the Christmas tree was first introduced to Canada in 1781 - long before Confederation. This first tree, decorated with white candles, was a balsam fir cut from the dense forest in the region that is now the city of Sorel-Tracy, ...

Dec 2nd, 2013

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By Glenn Cooper

More fires occur during the winter months than any other time during the year. Why? People often overlook many potential fire hazards that exist in their home. And, one common hazard that is often overlooked is overloading extension cords and ...

Nov 25th, 2013

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