How Would America's Proposed Keystone Pipeline Project Benefit Canada?

Posted on: 17 March 2015

The Keystone pipeline project is big news in America, with many economic benefits envisioned for that country. But what can it do for Canada? The pipeline originates here and has been serving Canada for years. When the project with America starts, a new pipeline will be built off of the existing one to ship Canadian oil to the States. It is not often that the Canadian perspective of this proposed joint oil project with America is explored in the news. [Read More]

Involved In A Hit And Run In Canada? Here's What You Can Expect Next

Posted on: 18 February 2015

A hit and run in Canada is a serious driving offense that can carry stiff legal penalties. It doesn't matter if you were at fault or the one who was hit...you must stay at the scene of the accident. If you do not, you could be subject to heavy fines, and even imprisonment. Canadian law assumes a responsibility to stay at the scene of an accident for many reasons. For one, the person in the other car may be injured and need your assistance (even if it's just to call emergency services). [Read More]

4 Mistakes To Avoid When Designing Your Product Packaging

Posted on: 2 February 2015

Consumer packaging is essential to marketing. You must devote time and thought to all aspects of material and design, as it is the first impression that is made to any potential customer. In order to make your packaging appeal to the consumer as much as possible, there are a few mistakes that you need to avoid when working with a packaging design firm to create your product's package design. Impossible to Open without Tools [Read More]

Responsible For A Winter Accident? Understand The Types Of Evidence Used In A Case

Posted on: 26 December 2014

Canada's winter conditions result in more accidents both on and off the roads. If you are the responsible party in a winter accident, you could be facing some hefty fines. However, understanding both the evidence used against you and the evidence in your favor could help you reduce some of the charges. Evidence Against You The first part of the case is to determine the cause of accident. Were you driving and didn't stop at a crosswalk? [Read More]