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Intact Financial Corporation (TSX: IFC) estimates that the pre-tax financial impact of catastrophe events in July and thus far in August will amount to between $100 million and $120 million, or$0.56 to $0.67 per share after tax. The severe hail storm in Airdrie, Alberta on August 7 was the most significant event of the summer, accounting for approximately 70% of the […]
1. They Go to Work to Prosper, Not Just to Work Those who are more successful go to work to get something accomplished. They work to make their dreams a reality, not just to get their eight hours in. They have a drive, even a greediness or self-centered push to get something done. There are […]
Every year over the Labour Day long weekend, an average of four people are killed and 560 injured in 1,900 crashes across the province.* Driver distractions, speed and impaired driving are the top contributing factors in Labour Day long weekend casualty crashes.** As many of us are planning one last summer road trip this […]
inSha While many travellers can take the risk to travel without insurance, extreme sports enthusiasts are imprudent if they take the same chance. If you enjoy taking trips to places where you can ski, paraglide or dive, you may need to know about travel insurance: While you can do without trip cancelation and lost […]
In this case, the Applicant was the surviving widow of an individual who passed away in a motor vehicle accident in Somaliland, Africa in May 2012. The Applicant applied for death and funeral benefits.
Here are six types of driver who could benefit from having black box cover:
Ronald Stan had been missing since an early morning barn fire in 1977. He was living in Oklahoma under the name Jeff Walton.
The former owner of a Vancouver nail salon who was convicted of using gasoline to set her business on fire and of attempting to defraud her insurance company was sentenced Tuesday to 21 months in prison. B.C. Supreme Court Justice Arne Silverman also ordered that Trang Dao Thien Nguyen, 43, pay $132,000 in restitution arising […]
Few parents and even fewer students think about tenant’s insurance when it comes time to ship off to school.
Part of the investigation of any serious motor vehicle collision is an examination of the seatbelts to determine if the person in that seating position was restrained or not.
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You’ve got everything ready for The Big International Trip You’ve Been Planning Forever: Bags are packed, itineraries are confirmed and you’ve made sure all your documents are in order, including that all important passport.
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