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Despite the cooling weather, passionate winter cyclists remain determined to get out and enjoy their bike rides. Biking during the colder months can provide a revitalizing bit of exercise. In these times especially, when spending prolonged periods confined indoors, stepping outside to embrace the invigorating chill and engaging in stress-alleviating rides can bring about tangible

Understanding Long-Term Disability (LTD) coverage can be a confusing experience, particularly when your disability didn’t occur workplace. In this blog, we will discuss how you qualify for LTD benefits and provide clarity on frequently asked questions.
Qualifying for Long-Term Disability
Despite common misconceptions, LTD coverage from your employer is not solely dependent on workplace accidents.

In the cold winters of the Maritimes, there is often an abundance of snowfall and freezing rain. Such weather conditions pose a great risk to road safety, making them incredibly treacherous for motorists. With low visibility and roads becoming slippery, the potential for disaster escalates, leading to severe motor vehicle accidents that can result in

A hit-and-run accident can be a terrifying event in someone’s life, especially if it leaves them severely injured. Here’s what Canadians (and Nova Scotians) need to know about laws regarding hit-and-runs and the victim’s options for pursuing compensation for injuries.
What Is a Hit-and-Run Accident?
Simply put, a hit-and-run accident occurs when one driver hits

Passing a vehicle can be safe–or hazardous. Nova Scotia has specific laws regarding when someone can or can’t pass another vehicle. Even in cases where they’re legally allowed to, there’s advice to follow to ensure passing doesn’t result in a catastrophic accident. Here’s what you need to know.
What Are Nova Scotia’s Laws Regarding Vehicles