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Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

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Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

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Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

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Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

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Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

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Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

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Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

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Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

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Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

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IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

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Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

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Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

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Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

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Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

Dollarphotoclub_78425453-24.jpg

In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

Read More

Categories:

Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

Intact-Insurance

Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

Read More

Categories:

Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

Porsche

The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

Read More

Categories:

Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

lifebuoy-drowning-risk

Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_87924730-24.jpg

RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

Read More

Categories:

Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

Drink Driving

Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

Read More

Categories:

IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

Flood-25.jpg

The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

Read More

Categories:

Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

uber-taxi-service-33.jpg

Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

Read More

Categories:

Proposal request seeks engineering project to combat sea level rise across road link between Nova Scotia and New Brunswick

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|9:44 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Work is finally underway on a potential engineering project that will mitigate against sea level rise in Atlantic Canada. Engineers are now looking for ways in which to narrow an…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian cannabis companies must head south even if it means navigating insurance complexities

By: Luke Jones|July 28, 2019|8:32 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canopy Growth, the largest cannabis company in the world recently removed founder and CEO Bruce Lipton, but before he departed Lipton offered some advice for the cannabis industry in Canada….

Read More

Categories:

Canadians include cowboy hats and helicopter rides in company expense accounts

By: Luke Jones|July 27, 2019|6:30 am

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In the business world, there are a lot of additional expenses employees must face, especially if they are out of office workers such as loss adjusters. However, a new study…

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Intact Financial makes $1.34 million donation to child poverty causes

By: Luke Jones|July 26, 2019|11:37 am

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Intact Financial Corporation, Canada’s largest P&C company, has confirmed it is donating $1.34 million for child poverty causes in the country. The donation was made to programs funded by United…

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Major high-end stolen vehicle operation investigation ends in arrests

By: Luke Jones|July 24, 2019|5:13 pm

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The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been praised for the role it played in an investigation that resulted in high-end vehicle seizures and several arrests. Peel Regional Police Commercial…

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Insurer warns Quebecers of the potential drowning during summer months

By: Luke Jones|July 22, 2019|12:32 pm

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Allstate Canada has sent out an advisory warning people in Quebec to be careful when they spend time near the water during the summer months. Published last week, the advisory…

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Study finds Canadian workers value wellness programs

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2019|7:06 am

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RBC Insurance has published details of a recent study that shows many Canadians in the workforce want their organizations to create wellness programs. According to the survey, most workers think…

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Justice Canada backtracks on tweet claiming impaired driving charges can be laid two hours after driving

By: Luke Jones|July 8, 2019|2:48 pm

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Justice Canada stirred some controversy this week with a tweet that suggested motorists can be charged with drunk driving even two hours after driving a car. In the tweet, and…

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IBC praises BC and federal government $50 million flood mitigation fund

By: Luke Jones|July 3, 2019|7:24 pm

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The Government of British Columbia recently announced a joint investment alongside the federal government to provide funds towards flood mitigation infrastructure in the Regional District of Kootenay Boundary. In response,…

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Uber brings Driving Change initiative to Canada

By: Luke Jones|June 30, 2019|7:53 pm

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Uber Canada says it is introducing the “Driving Change” campaign, a program that is already available in other regions. The ride-hailing giant says it is partnering with sexual assault and…

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