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What your video surveillance can’t prove

December 21, 2017 by Canadian Underwriter

An adjudicator with Ontario’s licence appeal tribunal placed little weight on eight days’ worth of an insurer’s video surveillance because the demands of the job a claimant had abandoned due to injury were not the same as the demands of

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Canada’s fintech adoption rate doubles in last 18 months: EY report

July 25, 2017 by Angela Stelmakowich

Customer wants, needs and demands are guiding players in Canada’s fintech space toward developing simpler, more transparent and customer-centric financial services products, with insurance expected to see a big increase in uptake in future, suggests new research released Tuesday by

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Copycat terrorists could use drones to attack planes, intelligence report warns

December 5, 2016 Jim Bronskill - THE CANADIAN PRESS

OTTAWA – Publicity about near-misses between drones and passenger aircraft might give terrorists ideas about how to take down a plane, a federal intelligence report warns. The Transport Canada report obtained by The Canadian Press also suggests small unmanned aerial

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Delving Deeper

March 1, 2016 Debbra Macdonald, President; and Jason Mandlowitz,Chief Executive Officer and Vice President, Administration, 3C Investigations Inc./ International Multi-Cultural Background Information Services

There is a need for enhanced international, multicultural information services as part of current efforts by those in the property and casualty insurance industry to combat fraud. Casting a wider net on what information is collected and considered may be one way to address what looks to be a growing problem.