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May 14, 2019 by Adam Malik

The Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators (CCIR) will be launching a new access point this fall to help insurance providers understand licencing and regulatory regimes across Canada. The launch of the Fintech Advisory Hub was met with enthusiasm from the

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Flexible schedule tops list of summer wants

May 14, 2019 by Adam Malik

When it comes to summer perks, Canadian employees want their bosses to give them a more flexible schedule. Almost half (49%) of the 400 respondents to a survey from staffing firm Accountemps said they wanted more opportunities to work from

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Canadian companies paying high cybercrime bills

May 13, 2019 by Adam Malik

Malicious insiders and malware attacks are costing Canadian companies. New research from global professional services company Accenture and data protection research firm Ponemon Institute pegged the average cost of cybercrime to a Canadian company at more than $12 million in

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A northern light

July 10, 2018 Emily Atkins, Editor

Rocca Claims aims to attract talent to Ontario’s north

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The evolving nature of business interruption

July 6, 2018 Aleksandra Zivanovic

In the face of climate change, cyber risks, and mass terror plots affecting entire regions and sometimes economic sectors, business interruption coverage is a challenging coverage to both write and adjust. This challenge is multi-faceted and directly impacted by global

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The obligation to defend additional insureds

June 19, 2018 Talaal Bond, partner, Matthews Abogado LLP

It was snowing heavily on February 8, 2013 when Antonio Carneiro Jr. drove his car downhill on Brock Rd. near Pickering, Ontario. He lost control. His vehicle slid into the path of an oncoming vehicle at the intersection with Whitevale

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Rise of the Machines

June 11, 2018 Mazen Habash, president and consulting forensic engineer, Origin and Cause

Appliance Fire and Flood Claims – Part 1

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Sharing the Road

June 6, 2018 Emily Atkins, Editor

Who will be in charge as autonomous vehicles and human-driven cars operate side by side on our highways?

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La Plume du Président

May 16, 2018 Monica Kuzyk, President, ACEI

Nous ne nous qu’à quelques semaines des élections provinciales ontariennes. Les libéraux de l’Ontario sont au pouvoir depuis près de 15 ans. Selon un article de la CBC publié en 2017, seulement trois partis provinciaux sont restés au pouvoir plus

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Message from the President

May 16, 2018 Monica Kuzyk, President, Canadian Independent Adjusters’ Association

How upcoming Ontario election impacts auto insurance

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Claims, Interrupted

May 8, 2018 Shane Swinson, SVP, insurance portfolio, FirstOnSite Restoration

Why a new breed of storms paves a new course for claims managers

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Understanding Business Interruption Losses

April 11, 2018 Jay Strano, Managing Director, Crawford Forensic Accounting Services

Prompted by the emergence of new triggers, business interruption remains a top risk according to the 2017 Allianz Risk Barometer, which defines it as “a loss of income that could impair a company’s revenue stream and thus [trigger] a shortfall