Know Before You Go: Staying Safe and Healthy While Travelling

Staying Safe and Healthy While Travelling

It's that time of year when many of us start planning our winter escape to warmer destinations, whether for an all-inclusive week somewhere south or an adventurous family vacation in a sunnier nation! While planning is an interesting part of the whole travel process, it's not always easy to choose the best and safest places ... Continue Reading

Roses Are Red. Violets Are Blue. There's a Cost for Loving You.

Roses Are Red. Violets Are Blue. There's a Cost for Loving You.

Finding “the one” is estimated to cost over $66,000, according to RateSupermarket.ca’s 5th annual Cost of Love. How much does it cost to find your happily ever after? Your now and forever? Your one true love? Some say, love doesn’t cost a thing, but according to the 2017 Cost of Love study from RateSupermarket.ca, the ... Continue Reading

More Than Half of Couples Agree That Travel Keeps the Spark Alive

More Than Half of Couples Agree That Travel Keeps the Spark Alive

When deciding upon the perfect Valentine's gift for that special someone, chocolates, flowers or jewelry are nice, but what most couples want is quality time together. Think about the last time you and your loved one spent time together, without distraction, just enjoying each other's company. According to a Travelocity survey, this probably doesn’t happen ... Continue Reading

No Tolls for Toronto's Highways: Ontario Premier Shuts down Mayor's Plan

No Tolls for Toronto's Highways

Toronto’s highways won’t be getting tolls anytime soon, according to Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne. She announced last week she won’t approve Mayor John Tory’s plan to put tolls on the Gardiner Expressway and the Don Valley Parkway, saying there must be better transit options available for commuters first. “The conditions are not right, and that's ... Continue Reading

Best Driverless Car Concepts from CES 2017

Best Driverless Car Concepts from CES 2017

Some say that the CES (Consumer Electronics Show) should be called the Car Electronics Show. At CES 2017, most major technology companies and automakers who attended announced new research and development to accelerate the progress of the driverless car. Some have been as ambitious as to announce for a production-ready level 4 driverless vehicle by ... Continue Reading