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Flying a Drone?

Wednesday, 22 March 2017

Flying a Drone?

#AskKevinButler

If your business is using a drone for commercial purposes, you’re in good company. However, it’s important for you to know that your traditional business liability policy will not cover any claims related to the drone or your use of the drone for commercial purposes.

School Bus Travel Safety

Monday, 20 March 2017

School Bus Travel Safety

#AskJoshuaHimel

With approximately 825,000 children riding the bus to and from school every day, parents should be very grateful that the Ontario School Bus Association takes extra precautions to make sure that accidents are very rare on school buses and very rarely fatal. Transport Canada says that school buses are one of the safest modes of transportation due to provincial legislation and regulation, inspection and maintenance practices of the bus company, policies and procedures that regulate the operation of buses, strict driver qualifications, and even the design and construction of the buses themselves.

 

A Guide to Safe Farming Practices

Friday, 17 March 2017

A Guide to Safe Farming Practices

#AskMichaelBlois

Canadian Agricultural Safety Week (CASW) is the third week in March each year.  This year, CASW begins on March 12 and continues through March 18.  The focus of CASW this year is “Be An AgSafe Family.” The campaign’s goal is to reduce the number of farming injuries by promoting safe farming practices.

Can Head Injuries Increase Risk For Some Diseases?

Wednesday, 15 March 2017

Can Head Injuries Increase Risk For Some Diseases?

#AskStevenWilder

In a recent press release from the University of California Los Angeles (UCLA), UCLA scientists announce they have found a link between head injuries and an increased risk of developing neurological and psychiatric disorders. This important discovery could help researchers identify new ways to fight disease.

 

The Dangers Associated with Youth Ice Hockey

Monday, 13 March 2017

The Dangers Associated with Youth Ice Hockey

#AskRobertGabor

It’s no secret that Canadians young and old love hockey. In fact, there are over 4.5 million Canadians that participate in the sport in one way or another, and it is easily the most popular sport of its season for children. Its popularity isn’t static either—it’s steadily rising as more girls and young women gain an interest in the sport. 

Tips to Avoid Drowsy Driving

Friday, 10 March 2017

Tips to Avoid Drowsy Driving

#AskHeikkiCoxKikkajoon

Drowsiness is a major contributing factor resulting in injury and fatality in motor vehicle accidents according to recent studies. Drowsy driving can be caused by the impairment of intoxicated drivers, but can also be a problem for those drivers that are simply tired and sleepy.

Personal Injury Claims in Private Vacation Rentals

Thursday, 16 February 2017

Personal Injury Claims in Private Vacation Rentals

#AskZevBergman

We've all seen the advertisements from HomeAway or Airbnb. People from around the world offering their homes, or a room in their home, for a vacation with all the amenities of home. A search for a vacation home rental in Canada will bring up thousands of options. But offering your home to a stranger, while most of the time can be a rewarding experience for both parties, can also be a gamble if the wrong person steps through your door.

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