Despite the weak Canadian dollar, winter-weary snowbirds and March breakers are still heading south for vacation. If you’re one of these people, you probably understand that you need to pack more than just sunscreen for protection. Even if your travel budget is tight, spending a bit extra on travel insurance could save your family thousands…
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Turmoil across the pond – a majority of British voters have thrown their support behind a Brexit following a referendum on the subject on June 23rd. We take a look at just how the UK’s departure from the European Union would affect Canada.
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