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Spring has sprung in Ontario, and it appears as though the province is in for a hot season right from the start, especially in the southern regions.
The mid-April ice storm that blanketed the lower half of Ontario in a frozen mess resulted in insured losses exceeding $190 million, according to new data estimates.
Due to heavy wind, torrential downpours and accumulating snow, homeowners and business owners in Ontario and Quebec experienced damage costing approximately $85 million in insured losses.
A little preparation goes a long way in protecting your business from future flood damage.
It can be pretty much universally agreed that caring for the environment is important, both to older generations and those younger.
When it comes to powering the home, more people are trying to be environmentally responsible.
In what might best be described as a case of "cool irony," Canada's longest-running charitable Polar Bear Dip was scuttled this year due to excessively bitter cold temperatures.
The Government of Ontario is urging pet parents to keep their four-legged friends at home this summer while they're traveling to and from their various destinations.
On June 28, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau, Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and Toronto Mayor John Tory revealed plans for the new Waterfront Toronto project.
Nearly 60 percent of Canadians 55 years of age or older are in the great outdoors at least four times per week, according to a recent poll conducted by the Canadian Parks Council.