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Archive for February, 2012
The Montreal-based money manager said the average return on depositor funds was four per cent.
Rick Dubin, vice-president of investigative services for the Insurance Bureau of Canada, says the the public has to take insurance crime very seriously.
Of the roughly 40,000 youth ages 15 to 20 hospitalized in 2008, the most recent data available, 79 percent were drunk when they arrived at the hospital, researchers say
Just 32 percent of Canadians say they expect to stop working before they reach the retirement age
No ad hoc programs for weather-related agriculture disasters this year.
Freedom 55 is a thing of the past.
Natural catastrophe caused claims payouts to U.S. P&C policyholders grew seven-fold as a share of total claims payouts between 1960 and 2010
Is getting involved with office politics the way to that sought after promotion?
The newly acquired company is an insurer of high-risk drivers and reported that their arrangement with Kingsway involves equity in the new company, future contingent payments, and cash.
Quebec’s new inquiry into construction corruption is requesting the public’s help.
The retail and the financial services sectors account for 45 per cent of the total costs, says the Conference Board of Canada
Nagle & Associates Insurance Company is alleged to have sent documentation concerning an automobile insurance policy underwritten by Jevco Automobile Insurance Company to a resident of Woodbridge, Ontario but Jevco has not conducted business with the firm