Nova Scotia’s top court delivered a decision this week that may “chill” class action lawsuits in the province by ordering losing plaintiffs
The increasing incidence of severe weather events is leading to higher home insurance deductibles, reports The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC). In addition, this is a phenomenon not unique to particular regions of Canada, but one which is impacting all of the country. “Each insurer is clearly faced with what is happening all around us,” said […]
Halloween and Bonfire Night create lucrative opportunities for thieves, so knowing your insurance rights and taking precautions to protect your home are vital.
An Osoyoos resident has asked about parking in the downtown area. There is angle parking on both sides of the main street, and the street is marked with a double solid yellow line down the center. He is concerned about vehicles crossing the oncoming lane to park on the left side of the street. When […]
In the freight business, the ability to deal with problems is essential. What can go wrong? Everything! And no matter how well you handle your part of the process, there are certain things that are out of your control but for which your shippers will look to you for assistance and solutions. Because brokers aren’t […]
TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired) – To mark Small Business Month, the BMO Wealth Institute today released a report which examines what keeps Canada’s entrepreneurs “up at night”. The study found that 60 per cent of Canadian business owners are concerned with being able to retire from their business, as well as managing cash flow in profitable and […]
Distracted drivers in Ontario will face the toughest penalties in Canada for talking or texting on hand-held smart phones under legislation revived by the Liberal government Tuesday. Motorists can expect fines of up to $1,000 and the loss of three demerit points under the bill — which was first tabled last March but did not […]
Enhanced reporting a focus with second-time submission to annual Carbon Disclosure Project
A wind and rainfall warning ended Wednesday for parts of B.C.’s south coast as severe weather at its height left almost 80,000 BC Hydro customers without electricity overnight.
Men are more likely than women to mistakenly trust myths about buying insurance.