Blog Category: Industry News

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

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Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

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UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

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Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

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Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

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Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

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Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

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Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

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Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

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Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-27.jpg

While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

Read More

Categories:

Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

Distracted-Driving-Air-Force

Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

Read More

Categories:

KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-22.jpg

Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

business-class-4.jpeg

The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

Read More

Categories:

Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_64761654-13.jpg

The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

Read More

Categories:

Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers are leading the way in Cannabis Act readiness

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:27 am

When Justin Trudeau’s new-look Liberals moved into power in Canada, plenty of campaign promises followed them. Among the pledges on the election trail was to legalize marijuana for recreational use….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario introduces government-led flood preparation funding

By: Luke Jones|October 15, 2018|11:22 am

Flooding-14.jpg

The Ontario Government has announced a financial partnership with the federal government to provide funding for flood preparedness. In a statement last week, the provincial announced the money will help…

Read More

Categories:

UBC study shows road fatalities have increased alongside hiked speed limits

By: Luke Jones|October 12, 2018|7:23 am

3 speeding on the dial

A new study completed and published by the University of British Columbia (UBC) suggests road fatalities increase in direct relation to a rise in speed limits. In the report, UBC…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

By: Luke Jones|October 11, 2018|12:56 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

Edmonton Police Service Auto Theft Unit made three arrests while recovering seven stolen vehicles. Authorities executed an arrest warrants at a house in the Hamptons area of the city on…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians understand risk of driving high but don’t know legal framework

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|3:05 pm

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While most Canadian motorists know driving when high on pot is both illegal and a safety risk, many are still unclear on the implications on impaired driving from Marijuana use….

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Survey finds Millenials most likely to prevent distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|October 10, 2018|2:15 pm

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Young drivers in Canada are often depicted as the main culprits in the rise of distracted driving. While all motorists use a device behind the wheel, it is young drivers…

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KPMG: major Canadian insurance M&As likely in 2018

By: Luke Jones|July 4, 2018|12:00 am

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Throughout 2018, insurance industry analysts have predicted global companies will pursue mergers and acquisitions (M&A) during the next three years. In Canada, consolidation is likely to come sooner, with a…

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Canadians are generally happy with travel insurance coverage

By: Luke Jones|July 2, 2018|12:00 am

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The majority of Canadians are happy with their travel insurance coverage and most have received claims during the last year. A new study shows over 80 per cent of participants…

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Can contractors give insurance advice?

By: Luke Jones|June 29, 2018|12:00 am

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The May 4 windstorm that hit Ontario and Quebec has raised many questions. It was the largest insurance loss in Ontario since 2013 and has led to many reassessing how…

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Montreal police allowing stolen vehicles to leave Canada by not investigating CBSA reports

By: Luke Jones|June 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Canada has a major problem with stolen vehicles and ever seven minutes a stolen car leaves the country, smuggled in shipping containers and destined for locations around the world. For…

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