• Monday, 28 August 2023
What to Consider when Buying Real Property from a Non-resident Seller
Why Does a Seller’s Residency Status Matter? Under the Canadian tax system, an individual’s liability for income tax is based on his or her status as a resident or non-resident of Canada. A non-resident is only subject to Canadian income tax on income sources from inside Canada. That means that non-resident sellers who dispose of…
  • Wednesday, 23 August 2023
Driving Safe, Driving Smart: Tips for Reducing Crash Injuries
Car crashes can lead to severe injuries and even death. The number of motor vehicle fatalities in Canada increased by 1.3% from 1,746 in 2020 to 1,768 in 2021. Statistics show that this problem remains unresolved, making Canadian roads dangerous for drivers and pedestrians. However, drivers behind the wheel can take precautionary road safety measures…
  • Wednesday, 23 August 2023
Vehicle Temperature Control: How Vehicles Maintain Optimal Temperature
Temperature plays a critical role in maintaining an engine’s optimal performance. Improper balance between hot and cold temperatures can affect the engine in many ways. Without proper regulation, the engine won’t be at its total capacity and will experience severe issues, like overheating.  The engine’s cooling system, which is a network of components, maintains the…
  • Wednesday, 23 August 2023
How Modules and Sensors Keep Vehicles in Shape: The Key to Optimal Performance
When we think of computer systems and car automation, we often think of self-driving or autonomous vehicles. You might not be aware of this, but modern petrol-engine cars are becoming increasingly electric, featuring multiple control and monitoring systems that coexist to provide a comfortable, smooth, and safe ride.  Cars today feature a smarter engine control…
  • Monday, 14 August 2023
How To Find Trustworthy Car Repair Shops in Canada
With car collisions in 2021 resulting in over 77,933 injuries and a staggering 1,630 fatalities, it’s clear that road safety is of paramount importance. Finding a trustworthy car repair shop becomes necessary when these incidents happen. Whether it’s a minor scratch or a major overhaul, you need experts who can restore your vehicle to prime…
  • Monday, 14 August 2023
Spring Safety Hazards: Protect Your Home From Spring Water Damage and Flooding
Flooding and water damage pose significant threats to residential and commercial properties.  In Canada, floods are the most common natural hazard and cause the most expensive property damage. Data reveals that the average cost of residential flooding is around $2.97 billion per year. These expenses, however, differ across Canadian provinces and territories.  Due to climate…
  • Thursday, 10 August 2023
Road to Recovery: How To Cope with PTSD After a Car Accident
Life on the road is often an unpredictable journey. Even when drivers are cautious, car accidents may happen, and they can leave lasting scars. In 2021, the number of fatalities from motor vehicle accidents in Canada rose to 1,768. But beyond the sobering statistics, each accident represents a human being.  Many of them grapple with…
  • Wednesday, 26 April 2023
5 Steps To Protect Yourself After An Uninsured Accident
“The Other Driver Didn’t Have Insurance! What should I do?” If you’ve been in a car accident in Canada and the other driver did not have insurance, it can be a stressful and confusing time. However, there are steps you can take to protect yourself and ensure that you receive the compensation you deserve. Seek…
  • Monday, 20 March 2023
The Toronto Vacant Home Tax
The Toronto real estate market is set to experience changes with the introduction of the new Vacant Home Tax. The new tax is aimed at addressing the shortage of affordable housing in the city by encouraging property owners to rent out their unoccupied homes. This article will discuss the details of the new tax, how…
  • Monday, 06 March 2023
Diamond and Diamond Lawyer Discusses Class Action Lawsuit Against Canadian Cadet Program on the Todd Veinotte Show
Diamond and Diamond lawyer-partner and veteran Michael Blois appeared as a guest on The Todd Veinotte Show to discuss the class action lawsuit against the Canadian Cadet Program. The former cadets filed a $300-million lawsuit against the Canadian Cadet Program over allegations of sexual misconduct. The Canadian government oversees the cadet program under the Department…

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