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This area could get half a metre of snow

January 18, 2019 THE CANADIAN PRESS

FREDERICTON – An intense winter storm is forecast to descend on the Maritimes on Sunday, and the New Brunswick government is warning residents to prepare for power outages. Environment Canada says a low-pressure system approaching from the southwest will track

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Wawanesa names Chris Henn as president of U.S. operations

August 24, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Wawanesa Mutual Insurance Company, one of the largest property and casualty insurers in Canada with a growing presence in the United States, announced on Thursday that Chris Henn has been appointed president of its U.S. operations effective Aug. 31. Prior

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May storms in Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes caused hundreds of millions in damage and damaged more than 5,200 homes: Aon Benfield

June 8, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Several low pressure systems that brought heavy rainfall to portions of Ontario, Quebec and the Maritimes last month caused “hundreds of millions” in U.S. dollars and damaged more than 5,200 homes, according to Impact Forecasting’s latest Global Catastrophe Recap for

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Too early to confirm costs from flooding in B.C., Ontario, Quebec and Maritimes: Aon

May 11, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Persistent recent heavy rainfall falling across several Canadian provinces has led to increasingly rising rivers, streams and lakes this week, as communities “raced to protect from water inundation,” Impact Forecasting said on Thursday in an Aon cat alert. Financial losses

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Heavy rain likely to cause new or more flooding in Quebec and Ontario

May 5, 2017 Michelle McQuigge - THE CANADIAN PRESS

Persistent, steady rains soaking swaths of central and eastern Canada that have already endured record precipitation levels threatened to trigger widespread flooding Friday and put residents and governments on high alert. Environment Canada said a massive system is slowly drenching

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Spring remains elusive in Atlantic Canada as gusty storm sweeps through

March 23, 2017 The Canadian Press

HALIFAX – Spring remained elusive in parts of the Maritimes on Thursday after a storm swept through the region, knocking out power and closing schools. The Canso causeway to Cape Breton was closed in the morning as a winter storm

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Canadian auto sales to edge down in 2017: Scotiabank

February 7, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

Canadian auto sales are expected to edge down to 1.94 million units in 2017, coming off four consecutive record years, according to the Scotiabank Global Auto Report, released on Tuesday. Despite the beginning of a sales recovery in the resource-rich

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Storm knocks out power, closes schools in parts of Atlantic Canada

January 26, 2017 The Canadian Press

FREDERICTON – More than 80,000 customers were still without power in many parts of New Brunswick early Thursday after a blustery mix of freezing rain, ice pellets and strong winds moved through the Maritimes. NB Power said at the height

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Maritime brokers group welcomes MacDougall’s Insurance as newest member

June 20, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The Independent Insurance Brokers Inc.’s (IIBI) newest member is MacDougall’s Insurance, a family-operated insurance brokerage that has operated in Cape Breton since 1930, a move that extends IIBI’s reach to Cape Breton Island for the first time. Formed in 2000