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Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

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Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

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Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

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Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

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ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

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Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

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Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

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OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

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Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

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Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

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Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

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Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

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Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

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ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

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Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

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OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

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Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

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Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

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Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

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Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

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Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

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Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

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Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

Categories:

Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

Read More

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Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

Categories:

Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

Read More

Categories:

Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

Categories:

Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

Read More

Categories:

Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

Categories:

Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

Read More

Categories:

Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

Categories:

Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

Read More

Categories:

Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

Read More

Categories:

ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

RATES-009_2019_SIC_RebrandtoRates_BlogHeader_1634x403_FINAL

We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

Read More

Categories:

Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

Read More

Categories:

Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

Online-Insurance

It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

Read More

Categories:

OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

Read More

Categories:

Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-9.jpg

Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

Read More

Categories:

Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

Plane-Pixabay

Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

Read More

Categories:

Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

Toyota-Prius-Official.jpg

Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change cost Canada an average of $400 million over three years

By: Luke Jones|January 10, 2020|8:56 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Natural disasters are not just hitting the profits of insurance companies, they are also impacting the economy. The bill for the government to handle natural disasters for each of the…

Read More

Categories:

Impaired driving deaths over holidays concern authorities

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2020|11:10 am

Drink Driving

Despite a concerted effort over the holiday period – including RIDE campaigns – police in the Greater Toronto Area say they are concerned by three deaths caused by suspected impaired…

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Canada’s cannabis industry gets off to a slow start

By: Luke Jones|January 2, 2020|8:39 am

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When Canada legalized marijuana for recreational use in October 2018, many predicted a massive industry would rise around the law. After-all, the black market was worth tens of billions and…

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ShopInsuranceCanada.ca Will Become Rates.ca

By: Luke Jones|December 9, 2019|9:10 am

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We are thrilled to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca will become Rates.ca. But, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same. So, what this…

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Over 10,000 Fiat 500 cars recalled in Canada

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|5:02 pm

Driving Choice

The Fiat Chrysler Automobiles (FCA) Group has announced the recall of Fiat 500 vehicles. Globally, 72,761 units of the popular city car will be recalled. According to the company, the…

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Online shopping in the workplace: what are the risks?

By: Luke Jones|December 2, 2019|2:21 pm

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It’s the morning after the night before. Black Friday brought the usual rush of shoppers hitting stores (both online and off) to get major deals. Many people will likely be…

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OSFI: ICS “not fit for purpose” in Canada

By: Luke Jones|November 14, 2019|6:22 pm

While the Office of the Superintendent of Financial Institutions (OSFI) has been positive about the Insurance Capital Standard (ICS), the organization does not support the ICS implementation proposed by the…

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Details of Uber’s mismanagement of 2016 data breach emerge in court

By: Luke Jones|November 1, 2019|5:27 pm

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Prosecutors against Uber has revealed more details about the cyberattack the ride-hailing company suffered in 2016. According to lawmakers, the tech giant failed in many instances when handling the breach….

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Changes to OHIP reimbursement emphasizes need for travel insurance

By: Luke Jones|October 28, 2019|8:50 pm

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Earlier this year, the Ontario government announced its intentions to remove the OHIP program that provides a basic level of travel medical coverage for out-of-country expenses. OHIP is currently still…

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Toyota Canada fast-tracks Takata airbag recall

By: Luke Jones|October 22, 2019|8:13 am

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Toyota Canada has confirmed a major airbag defect and is moving ahead with a major vehicle recall in the country. Related to the Takata scandal, the recall is entering its…

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