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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

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

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Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

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Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

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Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

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Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

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Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

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Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

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How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

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One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

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Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

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Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

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Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

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Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

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Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

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Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

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Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

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Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

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Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

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How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

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Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

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Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

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Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

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Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

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Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

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Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

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Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

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Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

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How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

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Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

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Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

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Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

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Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

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Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

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Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

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Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

Read More

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Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

Read More

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Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-34.jpeg

Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

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How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

Read More

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Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

Read More

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Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

Read More

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Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

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Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

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Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

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Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

Read More

Categories:

Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-34.jpeg

Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

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How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

Read More

Categories:

Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

Read More

Categories:

Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

Read More

Categories:

Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

Read More

Categories:

Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-34.jpeg

Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

Read More

Categories:

Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

Read More

Categories:

Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

Read More

Categories:

Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

Read More

Categories:

Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-34.jpeg

Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

Read More

Categories:

Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

Read More

Categories:

Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

Read More

Categories:

Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

Read More

Categories:

Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-34.jpeg

Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

Read More

Categories:

Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

Read More

Categories:

Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

Read More

Categories:

Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

marijuana-1.jpg

The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

Read More

Categories:

Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

Read More

Categories:

Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-34.jpeg

Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

Read More

Categories:

How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Home-Insurance-9.jpeg

One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

Read More

Categories:

Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

6864716744_8806cf470e_b-6.jpg

Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

Read More

Categories:

Edmonton police successfully break vehicle theft and cloning operation

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

Dollarphotoclub_77983562-7.jpg

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

Read More

Categories:

Ford recalls 2 million units of Canada’s most popular vehicles

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

ford-logo-large-6.jpg

Just weeks after recalling 50,000 vehicles due to cables catching fire in Fusion and C-Max vehicles, Ford has been forced to issue a recall on a further 2 million vehicles….

Read More

Categories:

Insurers receive green light to develop cannabis insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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The federal government will introduce the Cannabis Act into law on October 17, allowing Canadians to buy and consume recreational marijuana. Insurers are preparing their solutions for covering homes, businesses,…

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Insurance companies thrive on Great Place to Work Canada list

By: Luke Jones|September 24, 2018|12:00 am

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This year’s list of Great Place to Work Canada has shown that financial services and insurance remain Canadians favourite workplaces. The results mirror other similar studies and the recent trends…

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Legal pot market to grow fast says Statistics Canada

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

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Next month, the federal government’s Cannabis Act will come into effect, making cannabis consumption for recreational use legal. According to Statistics Canada, consumers across the country will waste no time…

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Canadian insurance companies are leading push towards artificial intelligence

By: Luke Jones|September 23, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian insurance companies are at the forefront of using innovative artificial intelligence (AI) models in their solutions, while an increasing number of carriers are turning to machine learning technologies. One…

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How insurers can find insurance address fraud

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

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One of the most common type of insurance trickery is address fraud. This is a fraud that is not just committed by criminal rings but also by individuals who see…

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Expert says drivers in Newfoundland and Labrador are overpaying for auto insurance

By: Luke Jones|September 21, 2018|12:00 am

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Newfoundland and Labrador is continuing its review into its broken auto insurance system as government and insurers work to find solutions. With plenty of opinions already in the ring, another…

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Saskatchewan public insurer to keep speed cameras permanently

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan will have a permanent network of speed cameras; the province’s public insurance provider has announced. Speed cameras were supposed to be removed but will stay in place following the…

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Canadians remains unconcerned about distracted driving and deny using smartphones

By: Luke Jones|September 20, 2018|12:00 am

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Canadian authorities, lawmakers, and insurance companies remain hugely concerned by distracted driving, and with good reason. It is the leading cause of road-related fatalities in many provinces and drivers simply…

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