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Watch: The Fastest Way to Commute in Toronto

Watch: The Fastest Way to Commute in Toronto

Bike vs. car vs. public transit: Which mode of transportation wins the title of being "The Fastest Way to Commute in Toronto"? To test congestion in Toronto via different forms of transit, Kanetix.ca conducted a race between three employees. All three were asked to race during rush hour, from the Kanetix.ca office to Casa Loma—a ... Continue Reading

Distracted Drivers Who Kill or Injure Could Face $50K Fines in Ontario

Distracted Drivers Who Kill or Injure Could Face $50K Fines in Ontario

The Ontario Government is proposing some major penalties for careless drivers, including $50,000 fines and jail time for anyone who injures or kills another person while they’re behind the wheel. The government also plans to get tougher on distracted drivers by introducing a maximum $1,000 fine and a license suspension on their first offence (a ... Continue Reading

What Millennials Really Think About Homeownership

Millennials have really captured the attention of those in the housing and mortgage loan industry. Everyone is trying to get inside the head of millennials to figure out when, why and how they plan to enter the housing market. It makes sense too, after all, millennials are at the age when people traditionally look to ... Continue Reading

Flying to the United States? Better Head to the Airport Earlier

Flying to the United States? Better Head to the Airport Earlier

New enhanced security measures prompt Air Canada and WestJet to advise passengers flying to U.S. destinations to arrive at airport at least two hours in advance. When flying to U.S. destinations, there are a few things you need (other than your luggage) to ensure your trip takes off without a hitch: your flight details, the ... Continue Reading

More Than Half of Millennials Do Not Have Life Insurance

More Than Half of Millennials Do Not Have Life Insurance

TD survey reveals there’s a gap in the financial picture for millennials: life insurance. From paying off student debt and managing day-to-day expenses to buying a house and starting a family, millennials have plenty to consider when it comes to financial planning. However, a new survey from TD suggests that many are overlooking life insurance. ... Continue Reading