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ICBC to file 2014 basic rate application

ICBC seeking 5.2% increase to basic insurance rates

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Learn About Tenant’s Insurance for College Students

Few parents and even fewer students think about tenant’s insurance when it comes time to ship off to school.

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Road Safety: Post Crash Seatbelt Use Investigation

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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9 Things Successful People Won’t Do

While the list that follows isn’t exhaustive, it presents nine key things that you can avoid in order to increase your emotional intelligence and performance.

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Insurers look to new, cost-effective health benefits packages

Thriftier plans: Escalating costs are leading to innovative solutions

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Why You Might Not Be Able To Fly Even If Your Passport Doesn’t Expire For Months

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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5 insurance facts that all college-bound students need to know

Put insurance on the pre-college to-do list by helping parents understand how their college student impacts their policies.

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Beginner’s Guide to Bike Insurance

What You Need to Know – Beginner’s Guide to Bike Insurance

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What skills do adjusters need for professional success in 2014?

Six ‘soft skills’ that today’s adjusters need in today’s market

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Can you avoid being put on hold while making calls?

First, timing is everything. He says Wednesday through Friday are the best days to call a company – that’s when fewer people are calling. Also, never try calling after business hours, even if the company is open late. Also, avoid holidays.

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Restoration Contractors Organization of Canada: To hold AGM at 2014 PLR Expo

PLR Expo Services is announcing that the Restoration Contractors Organization of Canada (RCOC) will be holding their AGM at the venue of this year’s PLR Expo.

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Manitoba Government’s Credit Outlook Goes From Stable to Negative

“Expenditure pressure and prospects for modest (economic) growth will make it challenging for the province to achieve its target of a return to a modest surplus and stabilizing debt burden by 2016-17,” Moody’s analyst Kathrin Heitmann.

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Summer Flooding in Prairies Pegged at Over $60 Million in Insured damage

Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) reports that the estimated insured damage caused by heavy rains and high winds across southern Saskatchewan and Manitoba in late June and July was just over $60 million, according to Property Claim Services (PCS). “The flooding, wind damage and transportation disruptions caused by these storms disrupted people’s lives and businesses,” […]

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Ontario Could Make More Money, See Lower Prices by Ending Booze Monopoly: Study

Ontario’s governing Liberals are shrugging off a new report claiming consumers could pay less for booze and the province could brew more profit from alcohol sales if the government opened up the business to more retailers. The study, released Wednesday by the C.D. Howe Institute, said the government _ which is facing a $12.5-billion deficit […]

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Are Texting-While-Driving Laws Working?

A new study by researchers at the University of Alabama at Birmingham School of Public Health examined the effects of various texting bans on motor vehicular fatalities in 48 states from 2000-2010.

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5 Dumb Things Said By Powerful People

  1. “Get your feet off my desk, get out of here, you stink! And we’re not going to buy your product.” Joe Keenan, President of Atari, responding to Steve Jobs’ offer to sell him the rights to the new personal computer he and Steve Wozniak developed. 2. “People will soon get tired of staring […]

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Top Ten List of the Most-Stolen Vehicles of 2013

Source: PropertyCasualty360.com 10: Nissan Altima Thieves swiped just under 8,900 Altimas last year, and model-year 2013 was in demand. The 2013 Altima placed first among model-year 2013 vehicles stolen (810). However, thieves targeted the 1997 Altima (856) and 2012 Altima (834) even more than the 2013 version. 9: Toyota Corolla Just over 9,000 Corollas were […]

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Are Ferguson Businesses Covered for Civil Authority Actions?

By Phil Gusman, PropertyCasualty360.com Businesses in Ferguson, Missouri. will likely be able to collect on insurance for damages caused by protesters, but what about lost business income due to actions by authorities? Ferguson has already seen the imposition and lifting of a curfew by Governor Jay Nixon, and the situation remains tense as anger flares […]

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