It’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month

  • On October 5, 2017
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Did you know that breast cancer is the most common cancer among Canadian women and is the second leading cause of death from cancer in Canada? It’s estimated that in 2017 alone, 26,300 women will be diagnosed with breast cancer.1 During Breast Cancer Awareness Month, make sure you get tested if you fall within the […]
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Your Home Safety Plan Should Include Insurance

  • On September 27, 2017
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Many families invest time and effort in creating a home safety plan. Parents discuss with their children what to do in case of a fire, natural disaster or other emergencies, and households often put together home and vehicle emergency kits.
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Danica Patrick Talks Fitness — and That Means Being Financially Fit Too!

  • On September 21, 2017
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Reproduced from LifeHappens.org* Fitness touches so many aspects of our lives — mind, body and, we like to think, finances. What’s your view of fitness? When you’re taking care of yourself, whether it’s your health or what you eat or your finances, it’s about self-worth. Either you’re worth taking care of in all aspects or […]
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Reasons to Invest in Life Insurance When You’re Single

  • On September 13, 2017
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Certain milestones in your life may make you re-evaluate your priorities and needs. Getting married, buying a home or starting a family are often times when people assess their current lifestyle and consider investing in life insurance to protect themselves and their loved ones. However, many Canadians often overlook the benefits of investing in life insurance […]
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A Healthy Lifestyle Can Also Benefit Your Insurance

  • On September 7, 2017
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Embracing a healthy lifestyle has many benefits: increased energy, reduced risk of developing diseases and feeling good about yourself overall. Plus, a healthy lifestyle can make it easier for you to obtain life insurance. Insurance companies consider your lifestyle as a factor when calculating premiums and coverage — and choosing to live healthily means that […]
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How Baby Safety Factors into Insurance Planning

  • On August 30, 2017
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When you have a young family — especially if you’re a first-time parent — you have most likely been bombarded with advice and tips. Family, friends and strangers will give you their well-meaning two cents about how to get your new baby to sleep, what to feed them and the best toys for development. Unfortunately, […]
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How Do I Know If I Have Enough Insurance?

  • On August 24, 2017
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Everyone knows they need insurance, but many Canadians often realize too late that they don’t have enough coverage or the right type of coverage for their specific needs. Being underinsured can cause you to face steep financial burdens in case of illness or accident. So how do you know if you have enough insurance?
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Tips for a Healthy Back-to-School Routine

  • On August 16, 2017
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With summer winding down, many parents are getting ready to send their kids back to school. The transition from a summer schedule to a school schedule can be hard for kids (and parents). But with a little planning and preparation, you can help ensure your family follows a healthy back-to-school routine.
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Protect Your Newborn: Invest in Term Life Insurance

  • On August 10, 2017
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Preparing for the arrival of a newborn can be stressful for the parents-to-be. There are how-to books to study, rooms to ready and nerves to settle. For first-time parents, the number of tasks to complete before the baby’s arrival can seem overwhelming. Through all the chaos, remember to assess your insurance coverage and ensure that […]
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Self-Employed? Why Critical Illness Insurance Is Essential

  • On August 3, 2017
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Owning and operating a business is a dream for many Canadians, and we’re taking the plunge — almost 2.8 million Canadians defined themselves as self-employed in 2016.1 Numerous benefits come with self-employment; however, there can also be unexpected costs — especially when struggling with the financial burden of a critical illness.
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