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First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

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Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

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Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

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Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

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Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

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Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

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MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

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Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

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Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

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Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

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Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

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Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

Dollarphotoclub_48281250-32.jpg

Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

Read More

Categories:

Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

Futuristic interface of autonomous car. Self driving vehicle. Driverless car.

Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

Tornado

Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

Read More

Categories:

MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

Dollarphotoclub_62522175-20.jpg

Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

Read More

Categories:

Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

Flooding-14.jpg

Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

Read More

Categories:

Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

la-fi-tn-uber-panic-button-20150213-10.jpg

Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

Read More

Categories:

Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

cannabis-sativa-leaf-33.jpg

Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

Read More

Categories:

First Nation awaits relocation following spring floods

By: Luke Jones|April 17, 2019|1:14 pm

Flood-25.jpg

A First Nation community that was impacted by spring floods in northern Ontario will be relocated, the government promised this week. Spring floods were stronger than normal at the Kashechewan…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario town embraces Bitcoin for tax payments

By: Luke Jones|March 29, 2019|11:20 am

Bitcoin-Flickr

One Ontario town has become the first in Canada to allow users to pay for property tax with digital currencies. At first, Bitcoin payments will be accepted in the town…

Read More

Categories:

Wildfires are on the rise and are now a top-tier risk

By: Luke Jones|March 26, 2019|1:16 pm

Fire.jpg

Floods and hurricanes may grab the headlines as they increase in frequency and severity, but another natural disaster has been hitting Canada with equal regulatory. Wildfires have been increasing this…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers don’t need to be liked to be successful

By: Luke Jones|March 25, 2019|10:16 pm

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Insurers and brokers are often told that being personable and catering for customers needs are vital tools for success. However, this does not necessarily mean you need to be likeable….

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Study: Canadians don’t feel safe in current autonomous vehicles

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|2:28 pm

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Data published by the Canadian Automobile Association (CAA) shows Canadians are unsure on autonomous vehicles but believe the technology will improve and make self-driving cars safer. Innovation seems to be…

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Ontario Disaster Relief Program has left many tornado victims unpaid

By: Luke Jones|March 20, 2019|6:16 am

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Disaster victims who faced a record storm are still not receiving financial aid from the government, despite half a year passing since the event. Six months ago areas of southern…

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MPI: Manitoba road deaths declined by 50% through Jan-Feb

By: Luke Jones|March 17, 2019|2:50 pm

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Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) says 2019 may see road fatalities decrease in Manitoba based on the data it has gathered so far. The provincial public auto insurance provider reports a…

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Windsor residents reject flood preventing woodlot destruction

By: Luke Jones|March 9, 2019|6:09 pm

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Windsor residents are joining in an effort to prevent the city from the destruction of a local woodlot, which is acting as an added flood barrier. A residential development is…

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Uber Canada details strange items left by passengers, including a glass eye and wedding ring

By: Luke Jones|March 7, 2019|1:16 pm

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Uber Canada is used to dealing in controversy and serious matters, but the company has released a humour announcement that details some of the strangest items Canadians have left in…

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Canadians increasingly listening to doctors on cannabis medication

By: Luke Jones|March 6, 2019|12:39 pm

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Canadians have enjoyed cannabis as a legal drug for recreational use since the Cannbis Act came into effect last October, and now they are embracing it for medical purposes. A…

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