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B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

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With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

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Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

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Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

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Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

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Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

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IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

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The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

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B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

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MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

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How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

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Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

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B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

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IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

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B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

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MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

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How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

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Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

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MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

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Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

Categories:

MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

Categories:

Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

Categories:

MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

Categories:

Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

Categories:

MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

Categories:

Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

Categories:

MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

Categories:

Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

Categories:

MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

Categories:

Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

Read More

Categories:

Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

Innovation

Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

Read More

Categories:

IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

Cali-Wildfire-4.jpg

British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

Read More

Categories:

MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

making slow

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

Read More

Categories:

How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

Read More

Categories:

Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

making slow

Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

Read More

Categories:

B.C. government increased wildfire and flood preparedness funding

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:39 pm

Cali-Wildfire-3.jpg

With a hotter summer than normal expected in British Columbia, the risk of wildfire will be increased this year. To help bolster disaster resilience, the B.C. provincial government has increased…

Read More

Categories:

Forecasters predicts flood risk in Ontario and Quebec this summer

By: Luke Jones|May 28, 2019|5:03 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is preparing for the summer months, which often bring increased chance of storm and wildfire. A new long-term forecast from The Weather Network predicts different regions can expect a…

Read More

Categories:

Climate change is inevitable despite Canada’s best efforts

By: Luke Jones|May 25, 2019|7:57 am

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-41.jpg

Canada is about to be broadsided by Mother Nature and while we can see the collision coming, there’s little we can do to stop it. Dr. Blaire Feltmate, head of…

Read More

Categories:

Federal government pledges funds to Victoria flood mitigation project

By: Luke Jones|May 24, 2019|2:50 pm

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The federal government has pledged funds to the city of Victoria in British Columbia to help improve flood mitigation infrastructure. $15.3 million from federal money will help Victoria’s underground flood…

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Job seekers value more flexibility from employers

By: Luke Jones|May 21, 2019|10:08 am

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Job seekers have changed in recent years to become more knowledgeable and demanding, meaning employers must adapt with flexibility. In the insurance industry and beyond, job seekers are understanding their…

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IBAC confident on government’s Bank Act regulations for fintech collaboration

By: Luke Jones|May 18, 2019|6:46 pm

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The federal government is working on regulations to function alongside amendments made to the Bank Act, and the Insurance Brokers Association of Canada (IBAC) says it believes the government will…

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B.C. contending with record start to wildfire season, but conditions may be temporary

By: Luke Jones|May 14, 2019|7:23 pm

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British Columbia has suffered through consecutive record wildfire seasons during 2017 and 2018, and the outlook for 2019 is not promising. Indeed, the province is already experiencing its busiest ever…

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MPI reports pedestrians accounted for around half of all road fatalities this year

By: Luke Jones|May 11, 2019|2:41 pm

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Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has published data highlighting the number of fatalities that have occurred on Manitoba’s roads so far in 2019. The public auto insurance provider says the majority…

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How can organizations handle marijuana use in the workplace?

By: Luke Jones|May 10, 2019|9:05 pm

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Marijuana use in the workplace should be dealt with in the same way an employer would handle alcohol use, a claims professional believes. “All of the liability still exists,” said…

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Socioeconomic status determines how likely kids are to be hit by a car

By: Luke Jones|May 9, 2019|5:05 pm

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Children from some of Ontario’s poorest areas are more likely to be hit by a vehicle, a new study has suggested. In contrast, children from wealthier regions are less likely…

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