After an especially cold and harsh winter, residents in the Nation’s Capital can finally breathe in that sweet spring air! And now that winter is officially over, Canadians everywhere can begin to say goodbye to winter driving conditions. But even though ice, snow and freezing rain will soon be a thing of the past, it’s
Using your own two feet to get around the city is an easy way to reduce your carbon foot. You also get to reap the benefits of enjoying some fresh air and getting some exercise in the process. However, if this is your preferred method of transportation, the risk of being involved in a pedestrian-vehicle accident
Living in Ontario has many upsides, including: gorgeous lakes and scenery, many large and small cities rich with history and cultural diversity. This makes it a great place to call home. But, like anything, there are some challenges that go along with all the benefits of living here. One common challenge for everyone is winter.
Many people rely on public transit as their main mode of transportation. Not only is it less expensive, it can also be much more convenient. Especially when you factor in things like traffic and parking. Having residents’ take public transit is good for the city as well. It cuts down on congestion and reduces the
Despite the freezing temperatures and shorter days, there’s no doubt that winter has a lot of great things to offer. However, getting outside to enjoy winter activities can be risky since most surfaces are covered in a treacherous layer of ice, slush, snow or a combination of all three. It’s easy overlook the obvious risk
According to the Government of Ontario, the deaths from collisions caused by distracted driving have doubled in the province since 2000 and Ontario lawmakers updated new driving laws to combat distracted driving amid pervasive new technology.
Social media is everywhere is these days. In fact, according to the Canadian Internet Registration Authority (CIRA), 74 percent of Canadians spend at least 3-4 hours online per day and the third most popular online activity is social media (67 percent). But while social media may be great for finding interesting content and socializing with
Snowmobiling is a common pastime enjoyed by many Canadians. You can take in the beautiful scenery the North has to offer and make the most out of the long winters. But snowmobile accidents can happen anywhere at any time, with devastating results for both you and others involved. Common Causes of Snowmobile Accidents Snowmobiles are
Getting injured in an accident can be devastating. In a matter of seconds, life as you know it can change. While it’s hard to put a price tag on your pain, making a personal injury claim for compensation can help ensure your protection during a difficult time. If your accident was caused by the negligence
The number of vehicle accidents, specifically collisions, have been steadily climbing with Canada’s expanding population. While there are a variety of factors that lead to road accidents, most often they involve driver negligence. This article reviews some of the common causes of vehicle collisions, the correct course of action to take if you’ve been involved
Accidents happen more often around us then we come to realize, however, in case of such an unfortunate event, do we even know how to deal with the matter, what professionals to go to, have the correct knowledge on the legal aspects of the scenario, on our rights and on the basics of legal terminology
Although preventive measures for sports injury are better than any remedy, unfortunately, accidents occur even in the safest environments. Are you prepared to deal with the matter legally, in the case of such an event? Immediately seeking out the best legal professionals is only possible when you are well-informed on the legal aspects of the