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The Importance of Choosing A Local, Family Oriented Business for Your Insurance Needs

Written by on 11/9/2017 5:14 AM in , , , , . It has 0 Comments.

Fairway Insurances Services Inc. is a family operated business. With over 40 years of experience we have grown and expanded to fit the needs of our clients. We have insurance brokers all over Atlantic Canada, and in British Columbia to help find the right kind protection for you and your needs from the best insurance companies offered in Canada. Insurance is not simply a piece of paper or a contract. Insurance is being able to have peace of mind knowing that you, your family, and your assets are protected. When you buy insurance, it is not just another pill to pay every month. By buying insurance, you have just purchased the peace of mind that when a bad situation occurs you will be protected. The assets that are important to you can range from thousands of dollars to millions of dollars, so shouldn’t you be insured by a brokerage that cares about you, understands the importance of these assets, and wants to make the process easier? At Fairway Insurance, we care not only about our client’s fina ...


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Summer Parties, Alcohol, and Your Responsibility as a Host

Written by on 8/8/2017 5:54 AM in , , , , , , , . It has 0 Comments.

Summer is a great chance to have a get together, be it sitting around the pool during the day or even around a fire at night. It’s a great time for weddings, reunions, and all things in between.   If you’re an adult these events will sometimes have alcohol involved, and if you’re the host, then you are responsible for your guests. What exactly does this mean?  It means that if you are the host and your guests are drinking, it is your responsibility to ensure they do not drive or drink too much.  Here are a few suggestions on how to ensure your event goes off without any issues. 1)      Have anyone that has driven to the event location leave their keys with an attendant if they are having a drink or two. 2)      Arrange to have a couple designated drivers / or taxi’s to bring people home when they need 3)      Have snacks around so that people are not drinking on an empty stomach.  ...


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