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Recent Insurance News

Applied TAM Introduces Integration with CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance eDelivery Solution

TORONTO, ON, NOV. 15, 2018/insPRESS/ – The Centre for Study of Insurance Operations (CSIO) is pleased to announce that Applied has launched its integration with CSIO’s My Proof of Insurance eDelivery solution in Applied TAM in its latest general release. The My Proof of

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Recreational Cannabis Legalization: Are your HR policies ready?

  Did you know, medical cannabis has been legal in Canada since 1999? Since then there have been numerous amendments to the laws, as well as a significant increase in Canadians who have purchased medical cannabis. According to Health Canada

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Company calls for tow truck operator training standards

Tow truck drivers should not be allowed to hook up and haul vehicles damaged in collisions without some sort of certification above and beyond a driver’s licence, says CAA South Central Ontario. “If you have a Class G driver’s licence,

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Is seven months too long to wait for car repairs?

A B.C. small claims tribunal has dismissed a driver’s claim that his repair shop negligently misrepresented the amount of time it would take to repair his vehicle. Jizhou Zhang sought an award of $4,500 for the loss of use and

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How often are people scamming insurers with cheque fraud?

Insurance fraud is again in the news, after a Moncton, N.B. man was sentenced to 30 days in prison and 18 months probation for illegally intercepting two insurance cheques sent to an Aviva Canada insured. Just how prevalent is cheque

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Brokers, do your auto insurers cover HST on capped benefits?

Brokers placing Ontario auto coverage should ask insurers whether they are including sales tax when they calculate caps on benefits, a lawyer told Canadian Underwriter Tuesday. Ontario consumers must pay 13% Harmonized Sales Tax on many goods and services. Some

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What led to massive Nova Scotia privacy breach

HALIFAX – An investigation by Nova Scotia’s privacy commissioner says health officials have been caught “snooping” on personal health records, something she says is a serious invasion of privacy and a prosecutable offence. In an annual report released Wednesday, commissioner

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Charles Taylor Adjusting and 30 Forensic Engineering Team Up to Deliver Special Seminar – RSVP Today

TORONTO, ON, NOV. 14, 2018/insPRESS/ – Charles Taylor Adjusting and 30 Forensic Engineering are pleased to invite you to: ‘The Mechanical Room’ – Building Mechanical and Electrical Systems. Join us on Thursday, November 22, 2018 for an informative session focused on helping you

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CEP-Sintra relocates Moncton Office

MONCTON, NB, NOV. 14,  2018/insPRESS/ – CEP-Sintra is pleased to announce the relocation of its Moncton, New-Brunswick office. First, we would like to express our sincere appreciation and gratitude to our clients and partners for all the support and trust they have

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ServiceMaster Restore Announces New Location in Fort McMurray

FORT McMURRAY, AB, NOV. 14,  2018/insPRESS/ – ServiceMaster Restore is proud to announce the opening of its newest location in Fort McMurray, Alberta under the ownership of Patrick Schwenning and Josh Wildman. Stephan Roy, National Director of ServiceMaster Restore, expressed his enthusiasm

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