Flood damage is not covered under my property insurance. TRUE Most insurance companies do not offer flood coverage; however, under most comprehensive property insurance policies, you will have coverage for a “sudden and accidental escape of water”, such as a burst pipe or hot water tank.  If you have damage from “leakage and seepage over time”,...

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According to Fire Prevention Canada, fires claim eight lives each week, with almost 75% of those deaths occurring as a result of residential fires. Fire safety should always be a priority, follow these tips to reduce the risk of a fire in and around your kitchen. Did you know that kitchen fires igniting from...

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Some insurance policies have to be seen to be believed. You may have heard of various celebrities taking out policies on their most valuable assets. While these multi-million dollar policies make headlines for protecting famous body parts, we thought we’d take a look at some unusual policies you may not have heard of. It’s...

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It’s pose two of BrokerLink’s desk yoga series.  Today’s segment continues the focus on shoulders and our back. Chi from BrokerLink demonstrates how to use the eagle pose and a forward fold to feel better while sitting at her desk. For an Eagle Pose, Chi brings her arms out front, crosses the left arm under the...

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It costs more to insure a red car. FALSE The color of a vehicle is not a factor in determining an insurance premium. Premiums are based upon a driver’s particulars and how the car is being used: driving record, experience and commute distance.  Model, make, age, body type, and the car’s engine size are factors...

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