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Tips For Hosting A Safe Prom or Graduation Party

Earlier this month, word of a mansion party in an upper class neighbourhood in Brampton, Ontario spread like wildfire on social media, turning what was intended to be a relatively small gathering into a bash that amassed thousands of people. Attendees described the scene as chaotic and out of control. With so many people, it ... Continue Reading

Earth Day 2014: What Matters to Our Earth Today

It’s easy to take the environment for granted as we go about our day-to-day lives. But there are some very serious environmental issues that affect not only the environment in Canada but the whole world. Most of these aren’t new, and action to some degree has been taken to address them by some countries. Unfortunately, ... Continue Reading

How Much Does It Cost to Insure the Super Bowl?

This Sunday marks America's favourite sports spectacle, the 48th annual Super Bowl. The Denver Broncos and Seattle Seahawks will be making history, playing the first Super Bowl ever outside in cold weather—a huge risk, especially from an insurance perspective. Yes, this year's event is a little different. Not only will the teams be fighting Mother ... Continue Reading

An Update On Aeroplan: Business As Usual

If you are a CIBC Aerogold credit card holder, you'll be notified this month as to whether you will remain with CIBC or be transferred to TD, the new primary issuer of the Aeroplan rewards program. Have no fear; it's business as usual. Whether you remain with CIBC or transition to TD, you can continue ... Continue Reading

CES 2014 - Car Innovation Roundup

Canada This week over 150,000 attendees gather in Las Vegas for Consumer Electronic Show Las Vegas (#CES2014). This year at CES, the biggest buzz has been around car innovation and technology. A record number of more than 125 auto technology companies exhibited innovations such as self-driving cars, clean energy solutions, and the car as a mobile technology platform. ... Continue Reading