Blog Category: Home Insurance

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

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The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

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Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

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IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

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Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

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Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

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Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

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Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

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Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

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Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

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AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

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Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

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Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

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Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

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Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

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Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

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Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

Categories:

Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

Categories:

Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

Categories:

Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

Categories:

Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

Categories:

Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

Categories:

IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

condo-toronto-flickr-1.jpg

The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

Read More

Categories:

Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

condo-2414328_960_720

Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

Read More

Categories:

Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-24.jpg

Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

Read More

Categories:

Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

homeforsale-11.jpg

Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

Read More

Categories:

Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

Flooding-14.jpg

Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

uber-51.jpg

Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

Read More

Categories:

AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828-8.jpg

Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

Read More

Categories:

Majority of young customers prefer buying insurance in person

By: Luke Jones|November 23, 2018|10:01 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

The impact of technology on the insurance industry has been profound. As we move increasingly to an online infrastructure for sales and customer support, it is perhaps easy to assume…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians lack knowledge on many insurance principles

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|7:03 am

Innovation

A new study published recently shows some Canadians are entering their insurance contracts blind and without complete knowledge of their policy. The survey from Sonnet Insurance points to one in…

Read More

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IBC says Quebec’s condo insurance deductible definition should wait for the market to adjust

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:30 am

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The government of Quebec should be cautious when trying to decide what is an acceptable deductible for condominium insurance, says the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). Speaking to Canadian Underwriter,…

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Commercial insurers must consider marijuana plant value for claims

By: Luke Jones|November 10, 2018|1:04 pm

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Marijuana legalization in Canada has created a new insurance dynamic, with insurers and brokers learning as the market adjusts. For example, claims adjusters must now consider the value of cannabis…

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Quebec’s proposed condo insurance deductibles should be affordable says regulator

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:07 pm

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Quebec’s proposed regulations on deductibles for condo insurance will need to be affordable, according to the province’s self-regulatory organization for brokers. On Monday, the Chambre de l’assurance de dommages (ChAD)…

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Customers should be aware of vehicles not covered by auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 31, 2018|7:51 pm

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Home insurance customers may be losing money if they own a golf cart or other recreational vehicle as their auto insurance will not cover it. One insurance lawyer warns that…

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Home insurance premiums are case-by-case following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|2:33 pm

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Marijuana legalization in Canada has brought many changes to the insurance industry across lines. Customers who can now grow and light up pot may want to think about the insurance…

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Politician calls for legal action against fossil fuel companies to cover flood insurance costs

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2018|10:05 am

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Insurance companies in Canada have been offering overland flood insurance since 2015. However, companies say they need a government-backed coverage to help cover costs of basement flooding. Eventually, such a…

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Quebec extends pilot program to keep Uber legal

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|5:05 pm

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Uber will remain in Quebec for at least another year, giving customers a ride-sharing option in the province. Quebec’s Transport Ministry says the company and others like it will continue…

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AI is improving flood insurance modelling in Canada

By: Luke Jones|October 24, 2018|11:23 am

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Artificial intelligence (AI) models and data analytics have helped to open the Canadian residential flood market and is among the reasons insurance companies are now offering this coverage. “Here is…

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