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All of that rain has made for a busy day for city crews and Manitoba Public Insurance.
All of that rain has made for a busy day for city crews and Manitoba Public Insurance. CBC News Parts of Manitoba were drenched Tuesday morning, with more rain expected to fall throughout the day. Rain, at times heavy, has been moving across the province since early...read more
Source: CNBC.com & Reuters The U.S. auto safety watchdog, toughening its stance against manufacturer defects, announced on Sunday a record $105 million (£67.69 million) in fines against Fiat Chrysler Automobiles over lapses in safety recalls involving millions of...read more
We’ve enhanced our Member Benefits Program. If you belong to any of our member org’s, let your advisor know!
We've enhanced our Member Benefits Program. If you belong to any of our member org's, let your advisor know! GUELPH, ON, July 27, 2015 /CNW/ - As part of its commitment to serving its membership and the co-operative sector, The Co-operators today introduced...read more
By Alexandra Posadzki THE CANADIAN PRESS TORONTO _ Canadians who have been prescribed medical marijuana could one day see their insurance company footing the bill, experts predict, following the introduction of new Health Canada rules that allow for the sale of...read more
WASHINGTON - Would a reduction from five health insurance giants to three trigger a flashing light for regulators concerned about industry competition? That's how many big companies could remain after the proposed combinations of Anthem with Cigna and Aetna with...read more
Source: www.edmontonjournal.com Record-breaking temperatures and extremely low rainfalls across Western Canada are causing chaos for farmers and firefighters this summer as they grapple with the worst drought in more than a decade. The widespread hot and dry...read more
Today's guest post comes from B.C. injury claims lawyer Erik Magraken Adding to this site’s archived ICBC cases assessing damages for pelvic injuries, reasons for judgement were released today by the BC Supreme Court, Vancouver Registry assessing damages for a pelvic...read more
Source: The Canadian Press WINNIPEG _ Manitoba is considering having people use their driver's licence or photo identification to access health services instead of a health card. Health Minister Sharon Blady says such a move would protect people against identity theft...read more
It kills me how some people buy cars.
It kills me how some people buy cars. By Danielle Boudreau | Yahoo Finance Canada A few years ago, an elderly family friend in Florida decided she should trade in her car, even though there was nothing wrong with it. She paid the full sticker price for a new version...read more
From Whale Point/Facebook page: "Today was one of very high emotions. It started with a call from Eric on the Bangarang that he just spotted a beached orca. The Guardians from Hartley Bay were soon on their way, as were we at Whale Point, with WWF also on board. Eric...read more