Break-ins and Auto Thefts decreased in 2011

Jul 31, 2012
Categories: Driving · Home · Security
Staebler blog logo
Staebler Blog Featured Image

Statistics Canada reports that there were fewer break-ins and auto thefts in 2011.

For more details on this survey check out the article we found.

0 Comments

Submit a Comment

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *

Related Posts

How to Stay Warm When the Power Goes Out

How to Stay Warm When the Power Goes Out

It’s been a cold and blustery winter, and we may have to wait even longer for warmer weather to arrive. It’s been a season of high winds, record snowfall, and plunging temperatures, it was only a matter of time before something went wrong, and sure enough the power...

read more
What to do When You’re Locked Out of Your Car?

Home Heating Hazards

When the mercury dips like it did near the end of January, people will do almost anything to warm up. This is especially true when your normal heating solutions won’t do the trick. Whether your furnace has broken down, or an extended power outage has turned your...

read more
What is Personal Cyber Insurance?

What is Personal Cyber Insurance?

With a seemingly never-ending wave of high-profile attacks rocking the tech world for the past two years, none of us can afford to be complacent about cyber crime anymore. But, while many of us understand the threat cyber crime poses, not all of us are sure where to...

read more
The Fortnite mobile craze is a Hacker’s Delight

The Fortnite mobile craze is a Hacker’s Delight

Do you enjoy video games or have someone in your household who does? If so, it’s more than likely you’ve heard of Fortnite. It’s unavoidable in the gaming scene. Fortnite is currently one of the most popular games in the world, a genuine media sensation, and it’s free...

read more
What to do When You’re Locked Out of Your Car?

Top 10 Stolen Vehicles in 2018

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) released the list of Canada's most stolen vehicles, and once again, Ford F-Series trucks dominate the list. Six of the top ten stolen vehicles across the country are Ford F-350 models from various model years and three are F-250...

read more