Habitat for Humanity starts new build with $80K donation
Victoria, British Columbia native Steve Nash hints of retirement next season from the Lakers
If you think you’re paying too much for a burger, that’s because you probably are.
The ILScorp offices will be closed Monday, Aug. 1 as we take some time to enjoy the long weekend. We’ll be back Tuesday morning, ready to take your calls, answer your questions and register you for online insurance programs. You can reach us from 8 a.m. – 5 p.m. Pacific Time
If you’ll be heading out on the road this long weekend, ICBC, the B.C. government and police are urging you to plan ahead to avoid getting fatigued while driving and watch for signs of fatigue or drowsiness. Over the B.C. Day long weekend, on average, four people are killed and 530 people injured in 1,900 crashes across the province.
The Superior Court of Quebec recently rendered a decision1 based on insurable interest in a case involving a sunken boat, a business man named Bonneau and a convicted drug smuggler known as Grenier. Bonneau had entered into a finance agreement for the boat and had taken out a policy of insurance. Bonneau had been paying his […]
The plaintiff in the underlying action was a passenger in a golf cart operated by a fellow guest at a golf tournament hosted by the Canadian Litigation Counsel Inc. (“CCLI”). The plaintiff was injured while a passenger in the golf cart and sued the operator and the owner of the golf course, Clublink Corp. Clublink […]
Intact Financial Corporation and the University of Waterloo today announced a national initiative involving the implementation of 20 climate change adaptation projects designed to reduce the physical, financial and social impacts of extreme weather events.
Canadians love road trips, but, a road trip can turn sour if you get a ticket or have an accident. Where Does Your Auto Insurance Cover You?
The attack on the NRC system was not the first hacking attempt in Canada that has been linked to China.
Police say their investigators in partnership with the Greater Toronto Airports Authority recently discovered the scam, which targets travellers who use limousine and taxi services after landing at the airport.
The airline industry, under pressure from reduced margins and higher fuel costs, now faces steep rises in insurance premiums.
The manager of Co-Op Taxi in St. John’s says an increase on 50 per cent for insurance rates would put some companies out of business.