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Posted December 7 2011

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Working Together

The Dominion teams up with Habitat for Humanity Halton

With the holiday season upon us, employees of The Dominion will dedicate their time to make sure two families in their community are home for the holidays

BURLINGTON - Employees from The Dominion of Canada General Insurance Company (The Dominion) have volunteered to put their building skills to the test in support of Habitat for Humanity Halton. Employees from The Dominion's Oakville office along with local independent insurance brokers from Utter Morris Insurance Brokers Ltd. and The Magnes Group will work in shifts December 6 th , 7 th and 8 th assisting with the finishing touches on two condo units in the Burlington community. The units, which are planned to be move-in ready before year end will be occupied by families from the Halton region.

"The Dominion is an active supporter of the communities where we live and do business", said Shelagh Paul, Vice President of Corporate Communications at The Dominion. "There has been an overwhelming response in our Oakville office from employees wanting to volunteer with Habitat for Humanity to make a difference, especially at this time of year. It is an opportunity we are so pleased to be a part of."

The Dominion - Canada's Trusted Insurance Company, also has you in mind this holiday season -with three home safety tips:

Check holiday lights annually. Replace lights if there are broken/missing bulbs, or if wires are frayed/exposed. Check for overheating.
Real and artificial trees should be placed away from any fireplace, radiator or vent - the heat will dry the tree, creating a fire hazard.
If you're hosting holiday parties; have taxicab numbers on hand or be prepared to have overnight guests!

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