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​How to save money on your home and auto insurance

There are a number of factors than can reduce the cost of your insurance, some of which could save you hundreds of dollars. Read on to discover home and auto insurance savings and discount options that you may be eligible for.

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5 easy ways to refresh your home for spring on a budget

With the cold weather behind us, it’s the perfect time to spruce up your home’s interior in preparation for the warm and bright season ahead. Here are 5 easy ways you can freshen up your home this spring on a budget.

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Refuse benefits fraud to protect your benefits

Everyday examples of benefits fraud are surprisingly common. It can be committed by service providers and plan members, intentionally or unknowingly.

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Can you recognize benefits fraud?

Benefits fraud is not always easy to spot, especially when a trusted coworker, friend, family member or service provider suggests it.

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5 ways to spend your March break 2019 in Ontario

Looking to get out of the house more this March Break? We’ve put together a list of fun activities available across Ontario to help you and your family make the most of every minute. From all of us at OTIP, we wish you a fun and safe March Break.

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From our experts: Preventing frozen pipes in your home

When cold weather hits, is your home prepared? We sat down with our experts at CURO Claims and discussed a popular claim this time of year – frozen pipes.

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Planning on driving across the border this March break?

Visiting family? Attending a special event? Chasing some warmer weather? Whatever the reason, if you’re planning on driving your own car to the United States over March Break, it’s important to be prepared.

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Ontario’s insurance industry enters hard market

If you are shopping for car or home insurance, chances are you may have heard that Ontario is now entering what industry veterans refer to as a ‘hard market’. It is a challenging cycle that comes about every six to eight years that can lead to higher insurance premiums and stricter underwriting practices.

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