Ontario Cancels Electric Vehicle Incentive Programs

Ontario Cancels Electric Vehicle Incentive Programs

Buying a plug-in vehicle just got a whole lot more expensive. Incentives for buying a battery electric vehicle (BEV) or plug-in hybrid electric vehicle (PHEV) are no more. The incentives, which ranged in value from $5,000 to $14,000 depending on the vehicle purchased, were cancelled by Ontario’s new government on July 11, 2018. Also, cancelled ... Continue Reading

What’s Your Biggest Travel Pet Peeve?

What’s Your Biggest Travel Pet Peeve?

Summer vacation is coming up for many Canadians and there is nothing more exciting to look forward to than a well-deserved trip. Sometimes however, the journey of getting to your destination is more than you bargained for, so in addition to packing your bags, travel insurance and itineraries, you best get ready to pack your ... Continue Reading

Two-thirds of Working Canadians Are Stressed

Two-thirds of Working Canadians Are Stressed

If your job is stressing you out, then it’s time to dedicate time to yourself and perhaps go on a vacation. Whether it’s from back-to-back meetings or being assigned too many tasks, many Canadians find themselves stressed at their jobs. According to a recent TD survey, two-thirds of working Canadians admit to experiencing high or ... Continue Reading

Canadians Slow to Embrace Electric and Self-Driving Cars, Reveals New Survey

Canadians Slow to Embrace Electric and Self-Driving Cars, Reveals New Survey

Canadians are deeply connected to their vehicles. In a recent Ipsos poll about three-quarters of people felt their ride reflects their identity and more than half are passionate about automobiles of all sorts. But the survey also showed that burning passion goes a bit lukewarm when Canadians are asked about self-driving and electric cars. Canadians ... Continue Reading

Eyes on the Road: Millennials...

Eyes on the Road: Millennials Believe Their Generation is the Most Likely to Drive Distracted

Drivers have a tendency to pass the blame onto others when it comes to many of today’s safety concerns on the road, but in a recent survey from Allstate, millennials seem to be pointing the finger at themselves and their peers as being the generation most likely to drive distracted. In the survey, 80 per ... Continue Reading