After providing door-to-door mail delivery to Canadians for more than 140 years, Canada Post announced today that it will be phasing out their home mail delivery. PS/ Postage is going up (85 cents each if you buy a pack – a dollar if you buy a single) & THOUSANDS of jobs will be eliminated.
While most people enter the holiday season excited about time off with family, tasty holiday meals and gifts under the tree, I find myself pondering the question, “What if Santa Claus needed to buy insurance?”
An advocacy group called on toy maker Fisher-Price to stop selling a baby seat designed to hold an iPad at the front, saying the product encourages parents to leave infants alone to watch screens that could be harmful. What do you think?
At this time of year, a number of businesses entertain their customers, clients and employees at a seasonal party. On some occasions, the party is held onsite. In other instances, the party may be at a licensed premise or possibly in the home of one of the principals of the business. Regardless of where your […]
The Insurance Bureau of Canada says the average claim per crash in Alberta is just over $7,000. That adds up to more than $13 million in damage so far, not to mention lost productivity.
Virtually all Canadian snowbirds know they must keep track of how many days they are in the US and outside of Canada because “bad” tax and non-tax surprises await those who are in or out of either country too long.
In this week’s case (Reimer v. Rooster’s Country Cabaret Ltd.) the Plaintiff was physically removed from the Defendant pub after he tried to enter while concealing a beer in his cargo shorts.
Named Broking Team of the Year and Newsmaker of the Year for Berkshire Hathaway Sidecar Facility London, December 9, 2013 – – Aon plc (NYSE:AON), the leading global provider of risk management and human resource consulting and outsourcing, was honoured with two important accolades at the London Market Awards 2013, hosted by the leading daily […]
executives selected a wide range of potential loss events—including some surprises—that they see as the most important extreme risks for the insurance industry in the long term, according to a recent Towers Watson survey.