Spring is finally on its way! With the sun beginning to shine and the roads drying up, it’s time to get your bike tuned up and back on the road. For most, cycling means fresh air, exercise and an enjoyable commute for the next six months. Unfortunately, accidents can happen and in the event that you…Continue Reading
With many great ski hills around Ontario, skiers and snowboarders have easy access to the slopes during the winter months. Although this can be a fun activity, taking precautions to prevent personal injuries while on the hill should always be a top priority.
While the phrase “Snow Day” may delight your children, it may also get you thinking about a trip down south to enjoy some well-deserved warmth and relaxation. Whether you are a senior looking to spend a good majority of our winter down south or a family escaping for the March Break, making sure you have sufficient travel medical insurance is an important step of any pre-trip planning.
Snowmobiling is a popular winter activity for families and individuals who live in Canada. It’s a great way to get outside during those long winter months! According to Transport Canada, there are more than 700,000 registered snowmobiles and more than 160,000 km of snowmobile trails in Canada. In addition, there are snowmobiling clubs throughout Ontario that educate and prepare riders for a fun and safe trip. Unfortunately, many people are seriously injured each year while snowmobiling.
Today, family trees in Ontario contain more branches than ever; step parents, half siblings and children of second marriages are all parties that may consider themselves to have an interest in the same estate or trust. As more people find themselves dealing with the matter of establishing Power of Attorney for aging parents or settling the wills and estates of parents who have died, it becomes clear that careful preparation is necessary to avoid possible disputes. Sometimes, the help of an Ontario will and estate lawyer may be required to bring resolution to the situation.