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.
Rowan’s Law, named for a student who died from concussion related injuries in 2013, was made law last week.
Section 78.1 of Ontario’s Highway Traffic Act, R.S.O. 1990, c. H.8, as amended, prohibits drivers from holding or using a hand-held wireless communication device, or any other device that is capable of receiving or transmitting telephone communication, electronic data, mail or text messages.
To truly gain bicycle mastery, you must become proficient in cycling safety. In order to do so, we have provided you with an overview of safety equipment, a guide to cycling in traffic, and recommendations in the event you are involved in an accident.
Cottage season is here. Be aware of your responsibilities as host to ensure your guests enjoy a safe and fun visit this summer.
Whether you are on a holiday, need a set of wheels to get around town, or renting a truck to move, you are always faced with the question, “do I need rental automobile insurance”?
Michael Henry provides safety tips to make your winter walking safer and easier.
As a host of an event where alcohol will be served, you should keep your guests’ safety in mind. A host’s concern is not just to the intoxicated, but to anyone who has consumed alcohol, regardless of how much.
In this case, the Casino did not require employees to keep logs and did not place any particular employee in charge of cleaning food spills in their buffet service restaurant, but rather, asked each employee to be vigilant and to either clean any food spillage immediately…
New research from Brigham Young University is shining a light on the hidden long-term impact of childhood head injuries.