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What’s New: In Brief (March 30, 2009)


March 30, 2009   by Canadian Underwriter


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The Ford Mustang is the most popular collector car in British Columbia.
The ICBC has released a list of the 10 most common collector car brands in the province according to active insurance policies. Following the Mustang, the remainder of the Top 10 list is as follows:
2.    Chevrolet Corvette
3.  Camaro/Firebird
4.  Mercedes-Benz
5.  MG
6.  Triumph
7.  Cadillac
8.  Jaguar
9.  Tri-Five Chevrolets (1955, ’56 & ’57)
10. A Multitude of Hot Rods

The Women in Insurance Cancer Crusade (WICC) is sounding a call for industry members to create Relay for Life teams in various locations across Canada, in the hopes of having 100 WICC teams participating this summer.
A WICC subcommittee, including director Tracy Laughlin, co-chairs Paul Martin and Robert Landry and other directors and industry contacts, has been formed to handle WICC’s involvement in the Canadian Cancer Society’s Relay for Life.
WICC is directing its support towards one event location in particular, dubbed WICC HQ on June 19, at Esther Shiner Stadium in North York.
The call has already gone out to all members of the insurance industry to get involved as part of the WICC HQ event, or at a Relay For Life site closer to home.
Industry employees, regardless of location, can participate in Relay For Life and 100% of their pledges will be directed to the Canadian Cancer Society through WICC.
For more information, and to sign up your team, go to the special RFL section of the WICC website at www.wicc.ca