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Michelle Meerse

01.26.24

People are encouraged to prepare for storms, heavy rain


Source: BC Government News People living on the South Coast are encouraged to prepare for a series of rainstorms starting Saturday, Jan. 27 and extending to Wednesday, Jan. 31, 2024. During the five days, Environment and Climate Change Canada is [...]

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01.17.24

Drive Safe on Slick Roads


Winter weather can present many driving headaches for drivers, slick roadways being one of them. Driving conditions have been less than ideal lately and with several more months of winter ahead of us, we couldn’t think of a [...]

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11.27.23

De-icing Outdoor Walking Surfaces


Keeping outdoor walking surfaces—such as parking lots and sidewalks—clear of ice (de-icing) in the winter is crucial practice, both at the workplace and at home. Not only does ice removal offer aesthetic benefits, but it can also help [...]

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11.01.23

Winter Tire Ready?


With colder winters approaching and snow in the forecast, it’s important to know the difference between tires and what you’ll need. Wintery conditions can make roads difficult and even dangerous to traverse. In fact, winter driving can be [...]

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11.01.23

Winter-Ready Tread? Check It With the Dime Test


Don’t let a set of worn tires endanger your family. Check tread depth and look for other abnormalities or wear and tear so you can replace your tires before they become a problem in the cold months ahead. A [...]

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10.26.23

Why Passwords Should Be Top-of-Mind


Who runs your world? Passwords... Did you know the average Internet user has 25 accounts to maintain? Despite this, people only use an average of 6.5 different passwords to protect them, according to a Microsoft study. With identity [...]

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10.26.23

Cyber Is No. 1 Risk for Businesses in 2023


Cyber incidents topped the list of risks facing businesses around the world in 2023 for the second year in a row, according to Allianz’s 2023 Risk Barometer. In addition to ranking as the number one risk globally, cyber events [...]

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10.12.23

What to do Before, After & During an Earthquake


It wasn't that long ago grocery stores ran out of food when the pandemic hit, and there seemed to be a rush of insanity throughout the greater Vancouver area. To be honest, there wasn't a need for it [...]

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05.24.23

Protect Your Home From Wildfires


As devastating wildfires continue to pose a significant threat to communities in many parts of Canada, it has become increasingly crucial to take proactive measures to protect our homes and loved ones. If you live in a wildfire-prone [...]

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05.16.23

The Cloverdale Rodeo 2023 Parade and Road Closures


The Cloverdale Rodeo is back for 2023! Lucky us, our Cloverdale branch will have front-row seats to the 44th Annual Bed Races and Annual Rodeo Parade on May 18 and May 20. We are open both [...]

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