Aug19TueAugust 19, 2014
Had a home been outfitted with the proper number of smoke alarms, a fatal fire in a Toronto suburb might very well have been avoided, according to the results of a recent investigation undertaken by the Office of the Fire Marshal.
Ontario residents might recall a home fire that took place in Sharon this past March, wherein four family members tragically died after not being able to escape from the home in time. The Ontario Office of the Fire Marshal has since released its results on the factors that likely played a role in the deadly blaze.
Aug14ThuAugust 14, 2014
Aug6WedAugust 6, 2014
Talk to any automotive enthusiast, and they'll likely tell you that the best course of action when investing in a new car is to buy vehicles that appreciate and lease vehicles that depreciate.
But how do you know if a car is going to rise or decline in value? The Globe and Mail recently broached this topic with car value expert Bruce Farrow, longtime member of the Professional Association of Vehicle Evaluators.