When we face uncertain times we look for answers. There has perhaps never been a more uncertain time than if you are a business owner during a temporary shutdown.
As a parent we are sure you have seen many articles and self-learning resources being posted online lately for younger children, however, if you are a parent of an older child or teenager you might be wondering; where is my advice?
Young or old, big or small, it is something we all deal with.
As if there is not enough to worry about in our normal everyday life, the winter brings an extra layer of concern about the dreaded slip and fall.
Barn fires are a problem for Ontario farmers, with an average of 166 barn fire incidents and an average annual loss of 28 million each year recorded between 2008 and 2014. These costs do not even take into account the loss of equipment, products or livestock which any farmer will tell you can be just as big of a loss as the structure itself.
For residents here in southern Ontario, there is arguably no time of year more damaging to our property than the winter months.
What factors about your business could increase what you pay in insurance? As a business owner, ensuring the security of your business and managing operating costs are often two of the top concerns churning in the back of your mind as you work to establish and grow your business in southern Ontario.
For homeowners living here in Southern Ontario, one of our biggest fears is dealing with a furnace issue during our infamous winters. Who dreads the thought of waking up cold in the middle of the night with a furnace problem and panicking because we have no idea how to fix it?