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Don't become a stat! Over BC Day long weekend! Over the B.C. Day long weekend, on average, five people are killed and 530 injured in crashes across the province.* Fifty of these crashes are a result of impaired driving. The B.C. government, police and ICBC are asking...read more
BY JAYLEEN R. HEFT, PROPERTYCASUALTY360.COM In today's world, change is inevitable, especially as technology quickly changes how we live and work. So, it's not surprising that an auto insurance market research analyst is predicting the end of the auto insurance...read more
Short-term gain, long-term pain for car insurers, analysts say.
Short-term gain, long-term pain for car insurers, analysts say. By Becky Yerak | Chicago Tribune Safer cars, including driverless ones, are likely to "eviscerate" the car insurance industry, according to one auto insurance analyst. But until that day of reckoning...read more
By CBC News Alberta's superintendent of insurance is warning that Uber drivers don't carry enough insurance to cover riders if they get into a collision. Mark Prefontaine looked at insurance policies the controversial ride-share service offers its drivers and found...read more
TORONTO, July 28, 2015 /CNW/ - Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) reports that the insured damage caused by the heavy rains and strong winds that swept southern Ontario on June 22 is estimated at more than $30 million, according to the preliminary estimate by...read more
Europe and South Pacific emerging as good a travel bargains with the low Canadian dollar
Europe and South Pacific emerging as good a travel bargains with the low Canadian dollar By The Calgary Eyeopener, CBC News The low Canadian dollar is taking some of the fun out of travelling this summer, but there are ways to help you stretch your loonies and even...read more
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