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All good things must come to an end, but there’s always next summer to look forward to! Following the right steps to close and winterize your pool now helps make for a hassle-free opening so that you can make the most of the next swim season.
Life insurance can be difficult for many people to talk about, however it’s important to protect what matters to you most—your loved ones. Unsure where to look? Here are a few frequently asked questions about life insurance in our latest article.
On August 26, 2022, the 32nd annual OTIP Charity Golf Classic returned to Cardinal Golf Club and raised a record-breaking $194,425 for four amazing and worthy local charities.
Deciding to waive a home inspection can be risky — especially if there are hidden issues looming in your new house. Here are some reasons why you shouldn't skip a home inspection before you purchase a property:
With floods claiming the top spot for Canada’s most frequent natural hazard and average annual precipitation increasing nationwide, many Canadian car owners are wondering how far their coverage extends when it comes to protecting their vehicles from water damage. Learn more:
With rising incidents of theft, especially to newer vehicles, have you wondered if your security was compromised? Here are 4 security tips to make your car more secure against theft.
We are so excited to announce the 20 recipients for this year’s OTIP Bursary! Our recipients will receive a bursary of $1,500 to help offset the costs of their education during the 2022-23 academic school year.
Congratulations to this year’s winners!
While backyard bonfires are a common activity for many over the summer months, they do come with risks. If you’re hosting a backyard bonfire, know the risks and always follow these key safety precautions to avoid property damage or injuries.
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