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September 5, 2019

First conviction in Canada for driving a canoe while impaired causing death

For the first time in Canada, someone has been convicted of impaired driving charges causing death while paddling a canoe. “This is a unique case in […]
August 29, 2019

ICBC asking drivers & parents to keep kids safe as school returns

Next week, children and adults return to school and work which creates congestion on our roads. ICBC is asking drivers to leave extra travel time, stay […]
August 23, 2019

Understanding life insurance

Submitted BC Local News Have you ever thought of how much impact smoking has on your finances? Health Canada’s cost calculator finds that smoking half a […]
August 23, 2019

‘Not humanly possible’: Driving instructor allegedly hacked auto insurance computers

CBC News Insurance investigators raided the home office last month of a Richmond, B.C., driving instructor suspected of hacking the province’s notoriously backlogged wait list for road […]
August 16, 2019

A dashcam can offer an ‘unbiased witness’ in traffic-accident disputes

A dashcam can offer an ‘unbiased witness’ in traffic-accident disputes. In a video taken through the windshield of Dung Le’s 15-year-old Toyota Echo, an oncoming car […]
August 14, 2019

Understanding life insurance

Have you ever thought of how much impact smoking has on your finances? Health Canada’s cost calculator finds that smoking half a pack a day can […]
August 9, 2019

What goes up, must come down — unless it’s car insurance rates, apparently

What goes up, must come down… right? What about car insurance rates…“Lies, damned lies, and statistics” is a quote attributed to various famous folk, but the […]
August 5, 2019

Thinking Ahead of Big Trucks

One of the critical concepts I learned as a collision investigator this that fully loaded heavy trucks have 50 to 60% of the braking capability of […]
July 29, 2019

Beefs and Bouquets

Twenty years of traffic law enforcement experience has (mis)shaped what I find entertaining, so every Thursday I find myself reading the beefs in the Nanaimo News […]
July 15, 2019

Electronic Monitoring – change driver behaviour

Our current system of trying to change driver behaviour largely consists of traffic tickets, vehicle impoundment and driver’s licence suspensions. They all rely on traffic policing […]
July 3, 2019

Reflections on Holiday Weekend Traffic

This is a short trip down memory lane with a retired traffic cop: me. I’ve just recently completed a round trip from Vancouver Island to the […]
June 28, 2019

Most Canadians leave their families exposed when it comes to travel insurance

TORONTO, June 25, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — While 72 per cent of Canadians had some form of travel or medical insurance for recent travels, most leave […]