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ONE Insurance Family - Darci

At ONE, we have created a family environment for employees to grow professionally and personally. Get to know the people that ensure you receive the best coverage! Meet Darci!  Darci is our Team Lead at our Teulon How long have you been part of the ONE Family? 6 Years Tell us a little more about yourself.  I started my insurance career with One in January of 2016, after owing The Petal Peddler f...

Why You Need Travel Insurance

Insurance is one of those industries that seems to be selling a new type of product for every occasion and what’s covered vs. what’s not covered can become overwhelming. We understand why we need auto or home insurance and we see a benefit for our families in purchasing life insurance, but why do we need travel insurance?    Travel insurance is usually sold as a package policy that covers more th...

10 Things to do in Manitoba: January 31st - February 6th

The weather may be chilly but there's always a way to keep warm in the winter. Travel Manitoba has put together a list of 10 things you can do this week in Manitoba! 1. GET OUTSIDE Rent a kicksled, snowshoes or fat tire bike from Type Eh Bikes and enjoy the winter weather. Type Eh will bring your rented gear to you around Winnipeg, so you can easily get out on the frozen river or explore your favo...

Fire Hazards around your Home

While fire hazards around the home haven’t changed since the start of the pandemic, they’ve increased in number, according to Canada’s fire services — thanks to the fact we’re spending a lot more time at home these days. And with the rise of hybrid workforces, it’s likely this will continue to be a concern. Here are some of the most common fire hazards around the home, how to extinguish different ...

5 Reasons to Consider our Exclusive Off-Road Vehicle Insurance Program

If you're an avid snowmobiler, you're just chomping at the bit for more snow. While you wait, consider what your insurance options are for your sled. It has been long assumed that Public insurance is your only option for insuring your sled, but that is simply not true. While you are required to plate your sled to drive it off your private property, you have options when it comes to your physical d...

Protect Yourself From Email Fraud

Published on November 29, 2021

It's hard to imagine going through an entire day without using email or being online. Doing business online is now the standard, and – for most of us – the internet is part of our daily personal lives. When you add the fact that working remotely is now becoming far more common, it’s important for individuals and businesses alike to be aware of the ways cyber criminals are taking advantage of the s...

The Importance Of Winter Tires

Published on November 9, 2021

Winter is just around the corner which means it’s time to think about winter tires. Many people have opted to purchase winter tires since the introduction of the MPI Winter Tire finance program. MPI offers monthly payments on qualifying winter tires for up to 4 years at an interest rate of prime, plus two percent. You can finance up to a maximum of $2,000 per vehicle, and eligible costs include: ...

Halloween Safety Tips 2021

Halloween is fun for kids but can be scary for parents – especially if their kids are going out on their own. Generally speaking, children should go trick–or–treating with adult supervision at least until age 12. After this, some children may be mature enough to go in small groups as long as all safety rules are covered such as planning the route ahead of time and letting you know, using a buddy s...

Winterizing Your Boat

When the boating season is winding down, it’s time to start thinking about protecting your valuable recreational asset. The time and effort you spend now will have a definite effect on your boat's performance, or lack of it, and certainly save you time, effort and money come spring.  Your first step in winterizing should be to make a checklist of all items that need to be accomplished. Check the o...

Tips for Closing the Cottage

Preparing your cottage for old man winter’s blustery arrival is an important process and can help to avoid a myriad of problems come spring. Regardless of whether you’ll be stopping by occasionally during the winter months to check on your cottage, or closing it down completely, following a checklist will safeguard against unpleasant surprises when you arrive in the spring. Here’s what needs atten...