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December 2018

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Flying cars may appear in urban skies by 2023

The flying cars depicted in science fiction classics such as “Blade Runner” and “The Fifth Element” have long been seen as flights of fancy, but their arrival is closer than you think. At least a dozen companies are prototyping or

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Top court could hear this surety bond dispute

A dispute involving The Guarantee Company of North America arising from unpaid construction bills could reach the Supreme Court of Canada. The highest court announced Friday The Guarantee is applying for leave to appeal Guarantee Company of North America v

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Public auto insurer seeks 6.3% rate increase

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia said Friday it is seeking to raise rates by 6.3%, a move that prompted the Insurance Bureau of Canada to reiterate its call for competition in the province. Unlike in most Canadian provinces, B.C.’s

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Which Canadian community has the lowest vehicle collision rate?

A community in northern Ontario ranks as the safest for drivers in Canada, with an average vehicle collision rate of 3.8%, according to data from the Allstate Insurance Company of Canada. The 10th Annual Allstate Canada Safe Driving Study found

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How business leaders influence sexual harassment attitudes

The way business leaders communicate can shape employees’ attitudes toward sexual harassment, new research has found. “Our research points to a single step that leaders can take to help reduce sexual harassment: communicate to employees that preventing it is a

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Announcing The 13th Annual ‘Big Mingle’ 2019

TORONTO, ON, DEC. 17, 2018/insPRESS/ – On Monday January 22nd 2019, Blouin Dunn LLP and 30 Forensic Engineering will once again be co-hosting one of the most anticipated insurance industry events of the year – The Big Mingle. For over 12 years, this invite-only event draws

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Crawford & Company® appoints Andrew Bart to Global President of Global Technical Services™ (GTS)

ATLANTA, Dec. 13, 2018/insPRESS – Crawford & Company®, the world’s largest publicly listed independent provider of claims management solutions to insurance companies and self-insured entities, announced today that Andrew Bart has been promoted to the position of Global President of

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Focusing on sales may be hindering your social media strategy

Most brokers see social media as a way to increase sales and generate leads, according to a new study by Aviva Canada, but social media are more effective for brand awareness, building an online community and retaining customers, according to

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CoreLogic takeover of Symbility approved by shareholders

Canadian claims software vendor Symbility Solutions Inc. is a step closer to being acquired by data provider CoreLogic Inc. Calgary-based Symbility said Thursday an overwhelming majority of its shareholders have approved a $160-million deal originally announced Oct. 22. The deal

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