If you live in British Columbia, you might be wondering when the next big earthquake will hit. While there’s no definite answer, the province is at higher risk for a big one because of its location. To help you prepare for an earthquake in B.C., we’ve put together
Starting a small business in B.C. may seem daunting. But if there’s something you’re passionate about, then run with it. Whether you love baking cakes, restoring vintage furniture, or arranging flowers, being passionate about what you’re doing can help you get your small business off the ground. Not
You’ve booked flights, reserved a hotel, and hired a rental car for your upcoming summer vacation. But before you pack your bags and jet off on your long-awaited holiday, don’t forget one crucial thing: travel insurance. Whether you’re holidaying in Hawaii or backpacking across Europe, travel insurance can
Renting is a reality for many in BC. Thankfully, BC has established tenant rights that ensure renters can live comfortably in their homes. Though tenancy laws are in place in BC, not all landlords follow them. That’s why it’s important for renters to know their rights.
When you’re behind the wheel, you have more than enough things to pay attention to. Pedestrians crossing the street. Stop lights and stop signs. These are the things you should be focused on – and not that text message from your friend or email from your boss. Distracted
Car thieves are always at work – stealing on average 1 car every 7 minutes in Canada. Though this crime is inevitable, you can help prevent car theft by taking some simple precautions and being smart about your own car. Keep the following tips in mind to help
Earthquakes are a natural disaster that can’t be avoided. But, there are things you can do to prepare for one. Besides practicing your “Drop, Cover, and Hold On” routine, you should seriously consider packing an earthquake survival kit – if you don’t already have one.