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How asset management could make Canadian insurers more risky

There could be such a thing as too much growth for Canadian life insurers – at least in wealth management – but right now, it’s good news that the businesses are boomin

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Rules for protecting your valuables Before disaster strikes

Conducting a thorough inventory of your valuables is a critical step in ensuring they’re insured. Here are some helpful tips for making sure you’re covered.

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Movember moustache grooming tips & style guide

For the entire month of Movember, once known as November, thousands of men across the country will grow and groom a moustache in support of men’s health.

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Driving without insurance

The law requires that every motor vehicle be insured with at least third-party liability coverage. It is the driver’s responsibility to ensure he or she is properly insured.

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Giant Bed Bug Found in Mexico City

“It’s either a rare genetic mutation, an entirely new species of bed bug, or the common bed bug is evolving into something rather sinister.”

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Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation: An Advantage for Cloud Computing?

The communications provisions of Canada’s Anti-Spam Legislation (CASL) came into force on July 1, 2014. Generally speaking, CASL prohibits a person from sending a “commercial electronic message” without the consent of the recipient.

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Rental-car insurance: The Basics

“I’m insured on this,” you think. But are you? Do you get the added liability coverage or stick with your own insurance? There isn’t one simple answer.

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Concerns raised over liability insurance for Cape Breton railway

Owners of the Cape Breton & Central Nova Scotia Railway meet the provincial requirement for third-party liability insurance coverage, but local observers are concerned it may not be enough in the event of an accident the size of the one last year in Lac-Megantic, Que. A Nova Scotia business owner with extensive experience in the […]

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ICBC’s Halloween safety tips for parents and drivers

On average, 120 people are injured in 83 crashes on Halloween night in B.C. every year.* With Halloween falling on a Friday this year, drivers, trick-or-treaters and grown-up ghosts need to take extra precautions on the roads. Crashes involving pedestrians peak on Fridays, occurring most often between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m., the same time […]

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Biggest Insurance Myths Involve Houses, Red Cars, and Big Crashes

Any confusion over what to buy or how to use a product can end up being costly, but when it comes to insurance, misunderstandings can end up costing thousands of dollars. We set out to find the worst sources of confusion, based on 10 common insurance myths. Insure.com asked 2,000 adults whether 10 statements were […]

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Unusual Insurance Coverages

What if you’re sucked up from the chest by a beam of light in the middle of the night? Or what if you’re attacked by a ghost? Or what if you’re entrusted to carry and raise the next Son of God? Hey, it could happen, and insurance companies are there to make sure you’re covered.

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Canada: Haunted Houses And The Law

The Requirement Of A Home Owner To Disclose Hauntings Prior To A Sale

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Offering by Global Insurance Dividend Fund cancelled

However it seems that they are not buying enough of units in a new structured product, the Global Insurance Dividend Fund.

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Unauthorized FSCO Responses to Kijiji Ads

It has recently come to the attention of the Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) that mortgage brokers or agents advertising on Kijiji have received unauthorized e-mail responses purported to be from FSCO. Here is an example of the type of communications mortgage brokers or agents have received via Kijiji: From: Financial Services Commission of […]

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Canada’s 10 Most Haunted Places

Check out these 10 Canadian locales that are rumoured to be the settings of spooky paranormal activity.

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In retirement, is dental insurance worth the bite?

Many people wonder if they should buy dental insurance in retirement. For those with discipline, the answer for many may be no.

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Three new leaves of absence are effective on October 29, 2014 under Ontario’s Employment Standards Act, 2000

Miller Thomson LLP Zeinab Yousif On October 29, 2014, the Ontario Employment Standards Amendment Act (Leaves to Help Families), 2014, Bill 21, comes into force. Bill 21 introduces three new leaves to Employment Standards Act, 2000 (the “Act”): (1) Family Caregiver Leave, (2) Critically Ill Child Care Leave, and (3) Crime-Related Child Death or Disappearance Leave. Family Caregiver Leave […]

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MetroZen (Canada) Inc., Zen Mortgage Corp., Ralph Idema & Cathy Yan are not licensed to do mortgage brokering business in Ontario

The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO) is warning consumers that mortgage brokerage Zen Mortgage Corp. is not licensed to do mortgage brokering business in Ontario. MetroZen (Canada), a real estate development company that works alongside Zen Mortgage Corp., is not licensed to solicit mortgage business. Additionally, the following individuals are not licensed with FSCO: […]

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Corporate lifestyle is killing men in B.C. at an alarming rate

What can be done about it—and are employees and employers ready to step in to make the necessary changes? Do businesses and the corporate world shoulder any responsibility for men becoming overweight from eating the wrong foods and getting insufficient exercise?

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