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Golf Tournament Hosts Have More insurance Options

It’s the season for corporate golf tournaments, although many companies that will play host don’t recognize the breadth of liability exposure they could …

Vancouver Auto Theft Program Gives Youths a Free Car

A novel program launched in Vancouver to attempt to curb auto theft aims to pique the interest of troubled youths in vehicular …

Study Finds Call Centre Service Critical for Business

When a policyholder or potential customer contacts an insurance provider, the person on the other end of the phone can make – or …

Just-in-time changes at IBC cover legislative reviews

It’s been just over three months since Canadian Insurance magazine profiled incoming Insurance Bureau of Canada’s Ontario region vice president, Bonnie …

Surprise! Proceeds of Crime law to impact insurers

Selling life insurance has just become more complicated. So has perhaps buying it.
As of Monday, the federal government’s Proceeds of Crime (Money Laundering) …

Tainted tomatoes expected to drive claims surge

As the United States’ Food and Drug Administration (FDA) narrows down its search for the source of tomatoes tainted with salmonella, …

Canadians believe cell phones render drivers D.U.M.B.

The Insurance Bureau of Canada’s D.U.M.B. Struck program, which stands for Distractions Undermining Motorist Behaviour, is decidedly a hit across Canada. …

Motorcycle deaths spur discussion across Canada

Ontario’s Ministry of Transportation released a long-awaited study on motorcycle statistics for 2005 that shows a rise of 57 per cent …

Labour shortage forecast prompts action plan

Already there are signs of mobilization by the P&C industry to stave off a labour shortage forecast by Insurance Institute’s recent …

Aviva Canada steps out with bold campaign

Aviva Canada is unapologetic about its self-deprecating advertising campaign that in some circles has caused a stir.
In the television spots, insurance personnel …

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