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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

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On-demand insurance set to explode

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

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Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

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On-demand insurance set to explode

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

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Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

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On-demand insurance set to explode

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

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Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

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On-demand insurance set to explode

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

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-57.jpg

Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

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On-demand insurance set to explode

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

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-57.jpg

Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-10.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Shop20Insurance20Canada20-20Car20Insurance-2.png

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

Read More

Categories:

On-demand insurance set to explode

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

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-57.jpg

Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-10.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

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No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

Read More

Categories:

On-demand insurance set to explode

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

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-57.jpg

Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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Categories:

SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-10.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-10.jpg

One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

Read More

Categories:

No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

Read More

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Shop20Insurance20Canada20-20Car20Insurance-2.png

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

Read More

Categories:

On-demand insurance set to explode

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

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-57.jpg

Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

Read More

Categories:

SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-10.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

Read More

Categories:

IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-10.jpg

One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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Categories:

IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

Read More

Categories:

No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Categories:

Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

Read More

Categories:

Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

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IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Shop20Insurance20Canada20-20Car20Insurance-2.png

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

RSA Insurance

RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

Read More

Categories:

On-demand insurance set to explode

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

Dollarphotoclub_74551725-57.jpg

Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

Read More

Categories:

SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_21499451-10.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

Read More

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

16042227002_1d00e0771d_b-10.jpg

One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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IBC praises environmental points of federal budget for 2018

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

B.C.20insurance20premiums20climate-22.jpg

After putting mitigating risk from climate change at the top if its priorities list, the federal government has won praise from the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In its budget…

Read More

Categories:

No Uber, but ride-sharing arrives in Manitoba in March

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

Manitoba has opened its doors to ride-sharing through a unique approach to auto insurance. While that model has scared away industry giants like Uber and Lyft, their absence is a…

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Aviva Canada develops automated broker connection with Google Home

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Aviva-Canada-14.jpg

Aviva Canada is getting smart. The company is embracing automation with a new application for Google Home. The smart speaker is a household device that uses Google’s voice assistant to…

Read More

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Seasons can affect the price of auto insurance study finds

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_57118116-5.jpg

Auto insurance premiums are individually assessed per customer and based on numerous criteria, such as driving record, vehicle, and location. However, could the time of year you decide to buy…

Read More

Categories:

IBC: Annual Financial Affairs Symposium to focus on IFRS standard

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

image001-7.jpg

The Insurance Bureaus of Canada (IBC) has opened registrations for its 2018 Annual Financial Affairs Symposium. Scheduled for Tuesday, April 24, the event will take place over half a day…

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Shop Insurance Canada starts OLIP Sponsorship

By: Luke Jones|February 28, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada cites broker commitment as fuel for excellent 2017

By: Luke Jones|February 27, 2018|12:00 am

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RSA Canada describes the country’s insurance climate as a “tough market” and has suffered in auto lines as much as any company. Despite that, RSA enjoyed a solid 2017 of…

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On-demand insurance set to explode

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

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Customers are used to on-demand services, whether in media streaming or ride-sharing. So, the concept of on-demand insurance will be increasingly welcomes by consumers and Slice Labs says this type…

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SGI targeting uninsured and unregistered drivers following high November numbers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has released data from ticket offences on Saskatchewan roads through November. The public insurer says hundreds of drivers in the province were caught without license, valid…

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IADUS system brings automatic document authentication to customers

By: Luke Jones|December 22, 2017|12:00 am

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One property inspection and analysis company is about to shake up the market with the introduction of a system that will help insurers verify customer photos, files and forms through…

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