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Insurance claims from Dorian reach $100m in Atlantic Canada

October 15th, 2019  |  News

The damage to insured property in Atlantic Canada from post-tropical storm Dorian has been estimated at $105 million by the Insurance Bureau of Canada.

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A shocking number of drivers say only a crash will stop them driving distracted

October 12th, 2019  |  News

What would it take for you to stop driving distracted? A slap on the wrist, a police fine, a firm telling off by a friend or family member? Alarmingly, for many Canadian drivers, the answer is none of the above. A shocking 43% of drivers who responded to a national survey o...

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Conservative leader accused of falsely claiming he was once an insurance broker

October 5th, 2019  |  News

The Liberals called on Saskatchewan’s insurance industry watchdogs to investigate Conservative Leader Andrew Scheer for falsely claiming he once worked as an insurance broker in that province.

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Thomas Cook’s collapse reminds Canadians to purchase travel insurance

September 27th, 2019  |  News

Travellers around the globe were looking for answers on Monday, hours after the world’s oldest travel company announced it was stopping operations effective immediately.

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Canadian real estate near bottom of global rankings – but for how long?

September 14th, 2019  |  News

A global housing slowdown is happening, and Canada is close to the very bottom of it.

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