“The name is bond… Santa bond. I’ll have an eggnog, shaken, not stirred.” – Michael Scott
Introducing the first ever, Mitchell & Whale Christmas Decorating Challenge. Read more
In Ontario, winter weather can fluctuate greatly from one day to the next. In southern Ontario, and in the GTA specifically, Lake Ontario contributes significantly to the weather we experience.
The onset of winter generally signals a boon for Ontario’s 7,000 or so licensed plumbers as winter takes its toll on building and house piping and fixtures. On the surface, plumbing seems to be a relatively safe livelihood, however, a closer look at the potential physical and financial risks plumbers face paints a different picture. Read more
As Canadians, we like to escape winter if we can—maybe spend a few of the harsher weeks of the season down in some tropical destination. Read more
Now that cannabis is legal for recreational use in Canada, that has completely changed the insurance landscape around this much-hyped drug.
If you are among the millions of Ontarians who don’t know the ins and outs of demerit points, rest easy. We’ll spell it all out for you right here. Read more
The federal government has been hard at work strengthening the rules around drunk driving, and is set to roll out some new tools on that front in an apparent follow-up to cannabis legalization, as if telling Canadians, “No, that’s still not OK either.” Read more
Avoiding trucking accidents in the winter is a top priority for all truckers, their employers, and the public.
While it may be impossible to staff an entire fleet with seasoned million mile drivers, there are some common mistakes new drivers make that can be easily trained for and avoided, especially in the winter. Read more
Mitchell & Whale’s (M&W’s) big win at the Insurance Brokers Association of Ontario (IBAO) awards is the classic story of the overnight success that was ten years in the making. Read more
Motorcycles have been in the news again in Ontario, with the government announcing that motorcycle helmets will be optional for Sikh riders in the province. Read more