Snowmobile survival kits can make the difference between life and death Snowmobiling is a great way to embrace the Canadian winter. For many, there’s no
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Pedestrian Collisions Are A Real-life Nightmare! Stay Safe With These 7 Trick-Or-Treating Tips This Halloween.
Pedestrian collisions tend to increase around Halloween Last year, 49% of Canadian survey respondents claimed they were foregoing their Halloween trick or treating plans altogether
Driving in fall? Help make Ontario roads safer by following these fall driving safety tips. A country of extremes, Canada experiences warm and humid summers
Beware of slips, trips and falls at this time of year Slips, trips and falls can happen year-round in Canada. However, fall presents a unique
Find clarity on statutory accident benefits (SABS in Ontario) Car accidents are never pleasant. They often result in painful injuries, expensive repairs and time off
What is meningitis? A delayed meningitis diagnosis can spell heartbreak and disaster for Canadian families. No family should ever have to go through this, but
The Occupiers’ Liability Act means cottage owners can be held liable for personal injuries With COVID-19 restrictions being relaxed, Canadian families and their friends are
Being aware of summer accidents is the best form of prevention Summer is here and Canada is slowly transitioning back to a state or normality
Brain injury continues to challenge many caregiver relationships across Canada June is Brain Injury Canada’s Brain Injury Awareness Month and MG Law remains a proud