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Article by Andrew N. Vey Vey Willetts LLP Dismissing an employee is not a pleasant experience. But whether you like it or not, this is one task that most businesses will encounter at some point. As President Trump reminded us again this week after reports surfaced...read more
REGINA _ Saskatchewan Government Insurance says a traffic safety campaign last month nabbed a record number of distracted drivers. The Crown-owned insurance company says police ticketed 771 drivers for traffic offences in March including 583 for using a cellphone....read more
VICTORIA _ The British Columbia government has introduced legislation that will attempt to restore the finances of the public auto insurance agency. Attorney General David Eby has promised changes to the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia as it faced a...read more
Working Canadians are stressed. According to a recent TD survey, two thirds say they experience moderate to high levels of stress at their job. An overwhelming majority of them (95 per cent) consider it important to invest in themselves, but over half (53 per cent)...read more
Article by Imran Ahmad Miller Thomson LLP It was not long ago that a company's cybersecurity plan was centred around the IT department, keeping internal networks protected and staying alert to malware and virus threats. Now, the risks have evolved: as companies have...read more
Today’s guest post comes from B.C. injury claims lawyer Erik Magraken Reasons for judgement were published today by the BC Court of Appeal finding that ‘costs thrown away’ should ordinarily be ordered against a party obtaining a late trial adjournment. In today’s case...read more
By Laura Beamish | fortmcmurraytoday.com Just weeks away from the two-year insurance deadline for claims related to the May 2016 wildfires, Mayor Don Scott is feeling better after meeting with Alberta Finance Minister Joe Ceci after he was told the province could not...read more
Excerpted article was written by JASON TCHIR | The Globe and Mail REPEAT Within a month of taking possession of my car on lease, it was in an accident. I informed the insurer and the car company within hours – but I am shocked to see that Canadian Dealer Lease...read more
Insurance typically doesn’t cover the entire dental bill, often leaving patients with large out-of-pocket expenses.
Insurance typically doesn't cover the entire dental bill, often leaving patients with large out-of-pocket expenses. By Ross Marowits THE CANADIAN PRESS MONTREAL _ An unaffordable price tag kept Melanie Laxson out of the dentist's chair until the pain became...read more
Apparently cash, jewellery and gadgets aren’t the only valuables.
Apparently cash, jewellery and gadgets aren't the only valuables. BY MARISSA LALIBERTE, RD.COM Einstein’s Brain Einstein asked to be cremated, with the ashes scattered secretly so no one would consider the site special. But Thomas Harvey, the doctor on call when...read more