Blog Category: Home Insurance

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

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Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

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Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

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Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

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Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

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Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

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New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

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New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

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Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

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Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

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Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

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Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

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Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

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Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

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New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

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New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

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Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

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Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

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Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

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Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

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Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

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Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

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Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

Read More

Categories:

New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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

The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

Read More

Categories:

Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

Construction-Contractor

Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

Read More

Categories:

Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

daylight-door-handle-1166415

Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

Flood20insurance-9.jpg

Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

Read More

Categories:

Quebec P&C claims surge on weather-related events

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|8:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Home insurance claims are on the rise in Quebec, and severe weather is the cause of the increase. According to the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), successive weather events have…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire modelling remains unpredictable for insurers

By: Luke Jones|August 10, 2019|5:17 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

Predicting weather and natural events is a tricky business at the best of times, but predicting losses from wildfire is even more complicated that other natural hazards like earthquakes. According…

Read More

Categories:

Is your home protected from asteroids?

By: Luke Jones|July 30, 2019|7:38 pm

Asteroid-NASA

Lat week, and asteroid narrowly missed the Earth. Had it hit; Asteroid 2019 OK would have been a city killer. Luckily, that didn’t happen, although in cosmic terms the 70,000…

Read More

Categories:

Claims disputes can be solved through simple communication says industry expert

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|5:09 pm

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

Claims disputes are a common part of the insurance industry, especially in the home insurance market. However, an engineer from a company that specializes in investigating property damage says disputes…

Read More

Categories:

Residents in Edmonton awaiting claims following sewer flood

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|2:52 pm

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Residents in one Edmonton town are still waiting to be compensated for floods that affected their homes. Tenants in 125 housing units in the community of Griesbach were flooded by…

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New B.C. wildfire grows by not yet a threat

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2019|9:52 am

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Wildfire season in British Columbia in 2019 has so far been characterized by large fires that have thankfully not caused huge amounts of damage. One currently burning wildfire in the…

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New Brunswick confirms $1 million flood mitigation road project

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:21 pm

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The government of New Brunswick has announced it has created a program to realign a stretch of road affected by recent floods. Provincial government officials announced infrastructure work will be…

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Court rules contractor damage should be covered by home insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|10:02 pm

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Does home insurance cover the customer if damage occurs accidentally when a contractor is working on the property? It’s a question that was raised during a recent case, and the…

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Home video surveillance can reduce crime risk but may not help out in terms of insurance

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|9:56 pm

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Homeowners who installed a video camera as part of their home alarm system can help thwart would-be burglars. However, it is not clear if this is something home insurance companies…

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Ontario expands disaster relief program to more spring flood victims

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:58 am

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Parts of Ontario are still in a phase of recovery following severe floods through the spring months. To help residents in affected area, the provincial government has announced an expansion…

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