Blog Category: Home Insurance

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

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How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

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Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

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Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

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Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

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Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

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Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

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IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

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Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

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Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

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Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

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Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

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IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

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Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

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Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

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Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

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Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

Read More

Categories:

Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

flood

A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

Read More

Categories:

Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

Read More

Categories:

Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

Read More

Categories:

IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

Hurricane-Florence.jpg

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

Photo by: Stephen MacGillivray Photography & Video  www.atwphoto.com

Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

Read More

Categories:

Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

Read More

Categories:

Electric scooter market presents commercial insurance opportunity

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|5:00 pm

A new commercial insurance opportunity around organizations that supply electric scooters as a pay-as-you-go form of inner-city travel. According to A.M. Best Company Inc., the line of business is a…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers have led improvements in overland flood management

By: Luke Jones|September 30, 2019|4:17 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Catastrophic losses for insured damage continue to soar in Canada, with one of the biggest severe weather problems remaining overland flooding. Numerous changes have been made to help solve problems…

Read More

Categories:

Renters insurance not finding its consumer audience suggests report

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|9:15 pm

apartment-architecture-blue-sky-358636

Renters insurance or tenant insurance is an important financial investment for residents renting a home and wishing to protect themselves and their belongings. However, there are numerous misconceptions about renters…

Read More

Categories:

Report: Billions needed to protect Canadian communities from climate change

By: Luke Jones|September 27, 2019|1:48 pm

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has partnered with the Federation of Canadian Municipalities (FCM) in its ongoing effort to spotlight the need for investment in climate adaptation at a…

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Calgary flood mitigation project faces being shut down

By: Luke Jones|September 25, 2019|7:19 pm

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A project to create a reservoir that will provide flood mitigation in Calgary may be forced back to the drawing board, According to Alberta’s premier. Premier Jason Kenney says continued…

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Prince Edward Island introduces disaster relief program

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2019|9:35 am

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Prince Edward Island has debuted a framework for helping residence affected by catastrophe events. The province has launched a disaster assistance program that aims to give resident shit by floods…

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Summer storms caused $130 million in insured damages across three provinces

By: Luke Jones|September 16, 2019|7:08 am

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Summer storms that affected three provinces resulted in multi-million-dollar totals in insured damages and were classified as catastrophe events. In a press release, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) says…

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IBC advises how home insurance customers can claim following Hurricane Dorian

By: Luke Jones|September 11, 2019|7:36 pm

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has sent a notice to consumers in Atlantic Canada who are in the path of Hurricane Dorian. In a press release, the Bureau points…

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Ontario community taps into Disaster and Mitigation Adaptation Fund

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:12 pm

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Both the federal and Ontario governments have announced joint funding to help flood mitigation efforts along the St. Clair River and Lake Huron. Among the projects scheduled to benefit from…

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Fundraising money for London homeowners could be offset by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 1, 2019|12:10 pm

Money raised for homeowners affected by a recent explosion and fire in London, Ontario could be offset by insurance company, one local agent says. Donations have reached $150,000 to help…

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