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Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

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A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

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Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

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Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

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Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

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The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

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Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

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Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

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Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

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Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

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Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

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Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

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Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

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Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

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A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

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New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

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A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

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Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

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Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

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Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

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Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

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Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

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Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

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Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

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Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

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Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

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Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

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Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

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Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

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A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

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New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

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Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

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Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

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Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

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Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

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Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

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Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

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Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

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Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

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Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

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Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

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A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

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New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

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Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

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Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

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Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

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Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

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Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

Read More

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Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

Read More

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Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

Read More

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Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

Read More

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Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

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Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

Read More

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Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

Read More

Categories:

Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

Read More

Categories:

Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

Categories:

Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

Read More

Categories:

Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

Read More

Categories:

Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

Categories:

Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

Read More

Categories:

Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

Read More

Categories:

Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

Categories:

Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

Read More

Categories:

Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

Read More

Categories:

Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

Categories:

Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

Wildfire-6.jpg

Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

Read More

Categories:

Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

Innovation

Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-24.jpg

Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

Read More

Categories:

Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty-29.jpg

A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

Read More

Categories:

New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

Read More

Categories:

Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

Uber-logo-3.jpg

Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

Read More

Categories:

Alberta acquires land for flood reservoir construction

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|5:12 pm

FLOOD-9.jpg

A controversial reservoir in Calgary is a step closer to construction after the Alberta government acquired one-fifth (20%) of the land it needs. In a press release this week, Transportation…

Read More

Categories:

Designated driver crashes car, leaving vehicle owner on the auto insurance hook

By: Luke Jones|January 29, 2019|3:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Motorists are always told to leave the car once they have had a drink. At parties or events, hiring or knowing a designated driver avoids the unpleasantness of impaired driving….

Read More

Categories:

Residual auto market has grown around 30% in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|January 28, 2019|6:54 pm

Facility_Association.jpg

The Ontario auto residual market is growing, with an increase of around a third in just over a year. Canadian Underwriter reported since 2017, the Facility Association Residual Market (FARM)…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians need better cannabis health information warns consultant

By: Luke Jones|January 24, 2019|3:40 pm

Joint20Picture-9.jpg

Since October, Canadians have been able to buy, store, and consume cannabis for recreational purposes. This new era of freedom also comes with plenty of concerns and an expert believe…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfire Community Preparedness Day applications now open

By: Luke Jones|January 23, 2019|10:56 am

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Each year, the Wildfire Community Preparedness Day program runs a nationwide effort to help people understand the risk of wildfire and reduce those risks. The 2019 program is now accepting…

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Intact provides funds to new AI and data analysis research chairs

By: Luke Jones|January 22, 2019|7:06 am

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Intact Financial has announced a partnership with Université Laval that will see a partnership to create two new research chairs to further develop artificial intelligence solutions. The two chairs are…

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Fatal collisions in Manitoba decreased through 2018

By: Luke Jones|January 19, 2019|1:49 pm

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Manitoba’s public auto insurance provider has published collisions data related to fatal crashes on provincial roads during 2018. In a press release, Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says it observed a…

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Fatal bus crash needs full federal investigation say experts

By: Luke Jones|January 14, 2019|3:40 pm

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A deadly bus crash that occurred in Ottawa should be investigation by the federal Transportation Safety Board. Experts say a probe is necessary to ensure such a tragedy does not…

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New Brunswick city confirms data breach leaked customer information

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|11:55 am

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A city in New Brunswick has confirmed its parking system suffered a data breach that affected motorists as far back as May 2017. The City of Saint John said earlier…

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Uber driver class-action in Ontario can proceed following court ruling

By: Luke Jones|January 5, 2019|10:51 am

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Ontario Uber drivers can proceed with a lawsuit against the company through a class action after the court of appeal said drivers should not have to resolve employment issues through…

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