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Winds, storm surge cause some flooding as Okanagan Lake creeps upward

Winds, storm surge cause some flooding as Okanagan Lake creeps upward

Residents in low-lying areas are being urged fortify flood protection before an expected heat wave this weekend

CAA ranked Canada’s second-most trusted brand by B.C.-based business school

CAA ranked Canada’s second-most trusted brand by B.C.-based business school

A total of 12 insurers from the P&C and life insurance industries made the list of 294 companies

Canadians want more government regulation of emerging technology: study

Canadians want more government regulation of emerging technology: study

Drones and driverless vehicles are Canadians’ top picks for a regulatory review

High winds add to flooding fears as storm approaches southern B.C. Interior

High winds add to flooding fears as storm approaches southern B.C. Interior

The concern is that the winds will whip up lakes that are already at flood stage

Insurers’ countdown to new financial reporting standards begins

Insurers’ countdown to new financial reporting standards begins

IFRS 17, which affects solely the insurance industry, must be in place by early 2021

Cyber threats increasing, but corporate security investment isn’t

Cyber threats increasing, but corporate security investment isn’t

A new FICO survey finds Canadian companies aren’t keeping up with cyber breaches

Ottawa sends military aid to help displaced residents of flooded N.L. town

Ottawa sends military aid to help displaced residents of flooded N.L. town

The government of Newfoundland and Labrador is offering financial aid for the people affected by the flooding

Tornadoes suspected in violent N.B. storm: ‘It came without any notice’

Tornadoes suspected in violent N.B. storm: ‘It came without any notice’

The severe weather caused extensive structural damage, according to the province’s electric power utility

WannaCry cyber attack could result in economic loss of US$8 billion

WannaCry cyber attack could result in economic loss of US$8 billion

Insurers’ exposure to losses tempered by fact that many are still cautious in providing cyber coverage, says A.M. Best

Almost 2,890 Quebec homes still affected by flooding: Public security minister

Almost 2,890 Quebec homes still affected by flooding: Public security minister

The province has announced it’s raising the amount of financial assistance to help people with related damages

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