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How brokers can help mitigate risk when clients build in risky areas

September 4, 2020 by Adam Malik

Cost management needs to become a top priority if the property and casualty insurance industry wants to slow down the rise in premiums for the real estate sector. And to do that, an expert explained, both industries — insurance and

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IBC applauds Toronto port lands flood protection funding

June 30, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Investments in flood mitigation will help make Toronto’s under-used Port Lands safer for mixed-use development, Insurance Bureau of Canada suggested Thursday in reaction to a June 28 announcement that the federal and provincial governments will contribute $1.185-billion towards a project

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National Flood Insurance Program contributes to ‘development in flood prone areas,’ NWF executive testifies

June 12, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Private insurance companies in the United States are “clamouring” to write flood risk for properties while the nation’s National Flood Insurance Program encourages development in floodprone areas and needs to be “significantly reformed,” speakers recently told a committee of the

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Need for more collaboration between municipalities one lesson learned from Fort McMurray wildfire, CIFF conference hears

May 26, 2017 Jason Contant, Online Editor

The need for more collaboration between various municipalities and the consequences of poor land use policies were just two lessons learned from the Fort McMurray wildfire, a speaker said on Wednesday at the Canadian Insurance Financial Forum (CIFF). Michael Brisebois,