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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

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Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

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British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

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A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

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Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

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Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

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Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

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Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

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Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

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Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

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Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

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Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

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An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

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British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

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Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

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Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

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Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

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Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

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Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

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Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

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An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

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British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

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Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

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Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

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Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

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Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

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Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

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Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

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Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

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British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

Read More

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Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

Read More

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Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

Read More

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Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

Read More

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Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

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A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

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Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

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British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

Read More

Categories:

Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

Read More

Categories:

Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

Read More

Categories:

Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

Read More

Categories:

Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

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Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

Read More

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

Read More

Categories:

Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

Read More

Categories:

Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

Read More

Categories:

Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

Read More

Categories:

Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

Read More

Categories:

Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

Categories:

GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

GM Canada

Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

Read More

Categories:

Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

uber-52.jpg

British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

Read More

Categories:

Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

Read More

Categories:

Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_71835416-40.jpg

Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

Read More

Categories:

Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

Read More

Categories:

Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

Cali-Wildfire-5.jpg

Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

Dollarphotoclub_29852971-33.jpg

Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

Read More

Categories:

Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-60.jpg

An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario seeks new data laws following Statistics Canada controversy

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|12:07 pm

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-13.jpg

Data breaches are becoming increasingly common and don’t just affect small businesses that have not shored up their cyber. Indeed, major corporations and government agencies are often targeted, as recent…

Read More

Categories:

Study finds Canadians are confused about travelling with Cannabis

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|1:56 pm

Plane-Pixabay

A survey by the Travel Health Insurance Association of Canada (THiA) found on fifth of respondents who are vacationing this year are not away of the rules around travelling with…

Read More

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GM to close Oshawa plant after blindsiding workers

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:29 am

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Oshawa, Ontario, a city traditionally described as the automotive capital of Canada, is slowly losing grip on the industry that helped define it. Being the automotive capital of the country…

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Private insurers can help solve B.C. ride-sharing gap

By: Luke Jones|November 22, 2018|7:09 am

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British Columbia is the last major Canadian market that has yet to adopt ride-sharing through companies like Uber. As a consequence, Vancouver is the largest city in North America without…

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Risk of explosion puts homeowners with marijuana growths at risk

By: Luke Jones|November 19, 2018|1:13 pm

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A month into the legalization of marijuana for recreational purposes, the insurance industry continues to adjust to the changes. We have previously reported on the challenges facing home insurance providers…

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Newfoundland and Labrador faces major early winter storms

By: Luke Jones|November 16, 2018|2:33 pm

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Newfoundland and Labrador has been battered by a storm front that has struck the province during this week. Residents have had to contend with strong wins that have brought driving…

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Increasingly smart cities may be left paying for autonomous vehicles collisions

By: Luke Jones|November 15, 2018|10:50 am

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Autonomous vehicle technology is increasingly being implemented in vehicles, but one day we will experience fully autonomous cars that require no human input. Drivers will be relegated to mere passengers…

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Forest management not to blame for California wildfires

By: Luke Jones|November 13, 2018|9:05 am

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Increased wildfires across the west coast of the United States and Canada, and other regions, are caused by both man and nature. California is currently being engulfed by huge wildfires…

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Canadians increase vehicle finance loans to 84 months

By: Luke Jones|November 8, 2018|8:06 am

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Canadians are increasingly turning to finance loans to pay for their vehicles. Moreover, customers are taking longer term loans to cover the costs. The majority of motorists are agreeing 84-month…

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Canadian banks caught using predatory sales tactics to sell insurance product

By: Luke Jones|November 7, 2018|1:33 pm

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An investigation into the selling practices of Canadian banks has resulted in damning evidence surrounding financial institutions’ selling tactics. CBC News reports banks are using predatory sales methods to sell…

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