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Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

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Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

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Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

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Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

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Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

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In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

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ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

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British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

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Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

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Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

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Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

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Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

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Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

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In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

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ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

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British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

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Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

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Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

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Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

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Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

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In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

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ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

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British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

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Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

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In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

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British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Categories:

Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Categories:

Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

Categories:

Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

Categories:

Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

Categories:

Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

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Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

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Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

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Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

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Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

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Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Post-winter gives Canadians plenty to think about

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|2:58 pm

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Many Canadians now face a year-long risk from weather. As wildfire and flooding seasons end, the country is about to be gripped by winter. As the cold season arrives, blizzards,…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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Instagram is providing brokers with new platform for success

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|12:41 pm

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In case you missed the memo, Facebook is no longer the social media place to be. Yes, a broker or insurer will drum up plenty of business by advertising on…

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ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

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British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

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Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

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Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

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