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I received a great feed from the Heart and Stroke Foundation today and thought I would post it here. Did you know that fat stored around your middle can put you at risk for high blood pressure, high blood cholesterol, type-2 diabetes, heart disease and stroke. Almost 60% of Canadian adults are overweight or obese. […]
I heard a funny story this weekend and I had to answer an insurance questions related to it. The story is centered on a friend of mine, who was out salting his property. While pouring salt, he slipped and fell giving his backside a good smack. He thinks he is going to be out of […]
In my Case study series, I will offer you a look at highlights of an insurance package for fictional companies in various industries. So let’s pretend that I am a contractor C’s Renovations Inc.
The Ontario Assistive Devices Program is a program that you should know about. This program can provide up to 75% of the cost of an assistive device needed for long term disabilities. In order to be eligible, you have to have a valid Ontario Health Benefits card (in your name) and have been disabled for […]
As a self-employed individual, you face the choice of saving up money for the occasional dental visit and/or prescriptions, but did you know that those benefits are actually costing more money that you think?