With a recent study showing that Canada ranks No. 1 among 19 first-world countries for percentage of roadway deaths linked to impairment, it is imperative that we revisit the law related to impaired driving, the consequences of impaired driving, and safety recommendations.
Michael Henry reviews 7 Safe driving tips to remember during the school season to keep children safe.
There are a lot of questions to be asked. Can property or business owners be held liable for players? Will players be held accountable? Can Niantec, the creator, be liable? How effective is the Disclaimer?
This blog post aims to raise awareness about personal injury liability for Pokémon players, property owners and tenants, business owners, drivers and Niantic, the game’s developer and publisher.
Renée Vinett was quoted in BayToday.ca on the enforceability of waivers signed when doing recreational activities.
Golf is a relatively safe game, but there are hazards lurking beyond the ones we regularly hit into. Injuries can and do occur while in the clubhouse, using course facilities, or when operating carts.
Pool owners have responsibility for the safety of its users, as well as anyone that may enter their property, whether invited or otherwise, who decide to use the pool.
According to recent news posts, in Toronto, a pedestrian is struck by a car every four hours. In the Province of Ontario a pedestrian dies every ten days. This is attributed to a number of factors, including distracted driving, speeding, and pedestrian negligence.
Fireworks are not toys. They are a very powerful pyrotechnics explosive and for this reason their sale and purchase are regulated by the Government. Never attempt to make or discharge your own fireworks.
Summer at the cottage is full of exciting and fun activities; however, precautions must be taken to ensure your family and visitors are safe while on your property.