Blog Category: Home Insurance

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

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The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

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Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

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Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

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Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

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Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

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Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

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IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

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Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

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PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

intact20insurance-29.jpg

Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

Read More

Categories:

Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-3.jpg

The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

Read More

Categories:

PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-9.jpg

The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

Aon20Disaster20Report-9.jpg

The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

Read More

Categories:

Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-7.jpg

The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-8.jpg

Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

Read More

Categories:

Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva_logo_portrait-22.jpg

Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

Read More

Categories:

Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

Aviva__1713035a-18.jpg

Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

Read More

Categories:

IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-6.jpg

The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

Read More

Categories:

Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

fort-mcmurray20return-5.jpg

The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

Read More

Categories:

Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

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Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

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Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

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The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

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PCS: Fort McMurray Accounted for 98% insurance losses in H1

By: Luke Jones|August 31, 2016|12:00 am

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The damage caused by the Fort McMurray wildfire to the insurance industry has been well documented by insurance companies through their second quarter (Q2) and first half (H1) 2016 reports….

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Saskatchewan Announces Flood Risk Assessment

By: Luke Jones|August 29, 2016|12:00 am

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The government of Saskatchewan says that it is developing a flood and natural hazard risk assessment that will be used across the province. The news was announced by Duane McKay,…

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Why did some homes survive Fort McMurray disaster?

By: Luke Jones|August 24, 2016|12:00 am

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The May wildfire in Fort McMurray, Alberta was the costliest insurance loss in Canadian history, costing $4.5 million. As well as the initial cost on the industry, consumers are expected…

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Alberta Counts Cost of Fort McMurray Wildfire

By: Luke Jones|August 15, 2016|12:00 am

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Insurance companies have been revealing the impact of the Fort McMurray wildfire over the last two months. Canada’s largest providers have been negatively impacted by the fire dubbed “The Beast”….

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Aviva launches 3-in-1 home insurance bundle

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

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Aviva Canada announced a new insurance bundle solution on Monday. The carrier rolled out the Home Protect Bundle product, which the company describes a unique insurance offering in Canada. In…

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Aviva Canada pegged back by Fort McMurray during H1 2016

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

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Aviva plc reported its first half 2016 financials for its general company, while also devlering numbers for its Canadian division. Aviva Canada was another company that showed an increased combined…

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IBC touring Alberta to help residents understand home insurance options

By: Luke Jones|August 8, 2016|12:00 am

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The Fort McMurray wildfire shone a light on home insurance. Canadians are not well versed in what kind of coverage and protection they need for their property. This is essential…

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Dramatic second quarter loss pushed by Fort McMurray

By: Luke Jones|July 29, 2016|12:00 am

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The Co-operators General Insurance Company has become the latest major Canadian carrier to show a negative impact through the second quarter due to the Fort McMurray wildfire. The company announced…

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Intact reports $127 million Fort McMurray loss

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2016|12:00 am

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Intact Financial Corporation (IFC) has reported its second quarter financials and shown a $127 million loss related to the Fort McMurray wildfire in May. The company’s combined ratio moved to…

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Fort McMurray Wildfire contributes to $15 billion North American insurance loss over six months

By: Luke Jones|July 15, 2016|12:00 am

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The insurance industry in Canada took a major hit during the first and second quarters of 2016. Along with the industry throughout North America, catastrophic losses through the six month…

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