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Report shows that travel health insurance saved Canadians more than $138 million

The vast majority (95.3 per cent) of Canadians who purchased individual travel health insurance policies had their claims paid

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Calgary Stampeders & Hamilton Tiger-Cats meet in the Grey Cup Sunday at B.C. Place in Vancouver.

By Dan Ralph The Canadian Press The Calgary Stampeders and Hamilton Tiger-Cats meet in the Grey Cup Sunday at B.C. Place in Vancouver. Here are five storylines to watch heading into the big game: Grey Cup Drought – Both teams will be looking to end Grey Cup dry spells. The Stampeders last won a championship in 2008, head coach/GM […]

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Heartbleed Virus Causes Heartburn: Information Security Implications

News reports regarding the so-called Heartbleed computer virus sparked concerns regarding cyber security and digitally-stored personal information.

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Love this: Best Voicemail Ever Gives Hilarious Play-by-Play of Car Accident

Voicemail Accident Hilarious

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Top 20 Worst Mistakes To Make in an Airport

Here are 20 air-travel mistakes savvy travellers know better than to make.

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Holiday myths debunked

Will brandy keep you warm while out playing in the snow? Are poinsettias poisonous to pets and young children?

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WSIB Response to OFL Report

We should all be proud of the fact that Ontario has the safest workplaces in Canada. Lost time claims fell to 41,500 in 2013, down from 62,000 in 2008, a drop of 33 per cent

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Insurance isn’t “sexy,” but it could be to younger professionals if…

When you think of the insurance industry, the words “cool” or “sexy” might not immediately come to mind.

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In a city without enough taxis, Uber an attractive option, risk be damned

“Residents across Canada have been opening the Uber app and asking us to come their towns and we look forward to exploring opportunities further.”

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Home Depot facing at least 44 lawsuits in Canada & the U.S.

By Tom Murphy THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Home Depot faces at least 44 lawsuits in the United States and Canada over a massive data breach earlier this year that affected 56 million debit and credit cards. The nation’s biggest home improvement retailer said Tuesday in a regulatory filing that several state and federal agencies also are […]

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Stop Procrastinating by Using the – 2-Minute Rule

Recently, I’ve been following a simple rule that is helping me crush procrastination and making it easier for me to stick to good habits at the same time.

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Canada: False insurance claims leads to jail term

Government and Police agencies applauded for taking action against those who commit insurance fraud

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Roseman: Your travel insurance won’t cover newborn’s care

Here’s what every expectant couple should know before leaving Canada. Travel insurance covers the parent, not the baby.

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An Employer’s Obligations During Flu Season

The weather is getting colder, the holidays are approaching and flu season is soon to be upon us. That means sick employees forced to miss work.

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How to Manage Time With 10 Tips That Work

Practice the following techniques to become the master of your own time:

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Aviva Canada Applauds Ontario Government’s Passing of Bill 15

Aviva Canada is today applauding the Ontario Government for their passing into legislation of Bill 15.

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Signs, Signals and Road Markings: Give Me a Sign

During one of my Elder College presentations I work through a module on traffic signs and lane markings with the students.

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How to navigate the risky world of travel insurance

Insurance experts say that many vacationers don’t actually know what they’re covered for when they take out travel insurance. (Steve MacNaull/Kelowna Daily Courier/Canadian Press)

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OFL: workplace insurance program is like “giving the finger” to injured workers

Ontario’s Workplace Safety and Insurance Board still pays millions of dollars in rebates to companies at fault in workers’ deaths or injuries, a new report by the Ontario Federation of Labour says.

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