If you operate a farm, you already know farm work would be near impossible without access to a reliable truck. It’s used to haul material, water crops, transport workers and is one of the most valuable assets a farmer owns.
What we hear all too often lately is that the winter of 2020/2021 will be especially dark because of the ongoing pandemic. While there’s no doubt the season will be different than most of us are used to, we want to shine some light by reminding ourselves that there is still plenty to do this winter right here in southern Ontario.
Winter is coming. There’s nothing we can do about that but there’s plenty we can do to prepare our homes. The best part is that a lot of what we can do is very easy on the wallet and could end up saving us money in the short and long term.
Do you find yourself noticeably more or less efficient while working in an office compared to working from home?
Some people need the structure that an office provides to properly get down to business, while others may find an office environment to be more distracting than it’s worth.
While schools have re-opened, not all parents have been on board with sending their children back into the classroom. One of the popular alternatives is organizing a pandemic pod where their child can learn and socialize with other children in a smaller group.
On September 2nd 1666, shortly after midnight, a fire broke out in London England. High winds spread the flames that consumed 80% of the city and changed the course of western civilization. The impacts of the “great fire” are still being felt today in our everyday lives.
A pot boiling over. An iron left on. Children not being supervised. Doors being left unlocked. You are likely aware of how distracted driving leads to more accidents on the road, but did you also know that a similar impact is being felt at home? It is called distracted living.
Climate change is seen by many as the defining challenge of our time. You have no doubt heard about the impact it can have on our water levels and living conditions but perhaps less about something as important as anything; our food supply.
83% of consumers perform an online search for a product or service before making a purchase and since 92% of online searches are done on Google, it is no wonder why ensuring you have a strong Google listing is crucial for any small business.
As a mutual insurance provider of both farm and auto insurance (in addition to business and home), we often get questions related to farm vehicles including when and why to register a vehicle with a farm plate. The WHEN is pretty straight forward. If you are a farmer with at least $7,000 in annual farm […]
Individually we all have different questions as we begin to emerge from lockdown: How can I stay safe? Are my clothes still in style? How do I lose the pandemic 15? Will there be a second wave? What month is it? What is that glowing hot ball in the sky? While more of us start […]
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