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10 Tips for Women to Stay Safe While Travelling Alone

Travelling alone may not be everyone’s cup of tea, but for those who like it, it offers an exciting chance to have a completely self-directed opportunity to explore. Unfortunately, travelling alone does come with some additional considerations in terms of safety, especially if you’re travelling alone as a woman. Here are some tips for how…

5 Safety Tips for Summer Travel

Summer is here and it’s time for families, friends, and solo adventurers alike to explore. Whether it’s a road trip or a flight overseas, here are five things that you might not think of that can help make your trip safer and worry-free. Emergency Contact Make sure someone you trust knows where you’re staying while…

15 Fireworks Safety Tips for Canada Day

Whether it’s Canada Day or just celebrating being outdoors, fireworks are a part of summer fun for many. However, fireworks do come with an assortment of risks, so here are some tips to help keep you and your family safe: Know and follow your local laws regarding the use of fireworks. Read and follow all…

Head-to-Toe Summer Safety for Kids & Parents

Enjoying lots of healthy outdoor activities and sports is one of my favourite things about summer – but it’s important not to forget about safety in your enthusiasm to get going. From swimming, to biking, rollerblading, and hiking, taking proper safety precautions and wearing the right equipment is key to making sure your fun doesn’t…

5 Social Media Marketing Tips for Lawyers

When you see the enormous impact social media has had on relationships, shopping, elections, and more, it should come as no surprise that the legal industry is feeling the effect. While many law firms tend to avoid investing much in digital marketing, there are major opportunities for those who are brave (and careful) enough to take…

Burrison Law Welcomes Paralegal Darrien Moore to the Team

Darrien grew up in Perth (just outside of Ottawa, Ontario) where she attended high school, and also volunteered, at the Rideau Regional Centre in Smiths Falls. Upon graduation, Darrien relocated to Ottawa where she graduated from Algonquin College and obtained her paralegal license. Despite being a “country girl”, she felt that the big city of Toronto…