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April is Distracted Driving Awareness Month

It has been urged that motorists put down their phone and avoid distractions while driving, especially during April’s National Distracted Driving Awareness Month. 

Every day we hear about distracted driving killing people– and yet we never see any change in behavior because of it. Distracted driving is anything that takes the driver’s attention off the road, potentially putting motorists and others in harm’s way. 

How to be a safe and responsible party host during the holidays

The holiday season is upon us! It’s safe to say that our calendars will soon be jammed with endless parties. With this significant uptick in socialization, there’s sure to be a large uptick in alcohol consumption as well. 

There are no excuses for not having a plan to get home safely nowadays – but we still just do not get the message.  

If you are planning to host a party this holiday season, the best thing you can do is plan, plan, plan to make sure everyone is safe while having a great time. 

8 distracted driving habits you might not even know you’re doing

“Basically, if you’re doing anything other than driving - you’re distracted.”

        - Constable Clint Stibbe of the Toronto police’s traffic services.

Truer words have never been spoken - and yet we still don’t get it.

Here’s the legal definition of distracted driving, as noted by the Royal Canadian Mounted Police:

When Canada, Cannabis and Cars come together

According to Mothers Against Drunk Driving Canada, an average of four people are killed each day in crashes involving alcohol and/or drugs. 

When we are driving, we often forget that we're operating a 3,000-pound missile - and it only takes one second to lose your focus and concentration at the wheel to make a life-altering mistake.

So with the legalization of cannabis set to take force in Canada on October 17th, there have already been major strides in how law enforcement will handle this.

What You Need to Know Before Renting a Cottage

Canada is a country of limited summer where it can go by in the blink of an eye. Cottages provide the quintessential escape to disconnect and unwind – but not everyone has access to these getaways.

For many Canadians, the solution is to rent a cottage for a weekend, month or even a whole summer. While it seems pretty turnkey, there are a handful of things to be aware of before you can get off the grid. 

Must-Ask Questions if You're Going to a Friend's Cottage

There is something truly magnificent about spending time in cottage country during the summer. Whether you’re looking to just escape the city, reconnect with nature or spend some time with friends, cottages are an iconic part of summer in Canada. Too often, however, cottage trips can be dangerous.

From dangerous interactions with wildlife to boating accidents, there are many ways that injuries happen. And especially if you get too caught up in the good times mixed in with some alcohol, sometimes we don’t always think rationally.