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Insurance Nexus today announced the opening of the Insurance Nexus Awards 2019

CHICAGO, Il, May 22, 2019/insPRESS/ –  Designed to recognize genuine, truly innovative and meaningful approaches to excellence in the North American insurance arena, the Insurance Nexus Awards will be presented at an exclusive ceremony being held in Chicago on September

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Why your clients may not be covered when there’s an active wildfire

With wildfire season already underway in Alberta and British Columbia, brokers will be looking at how insurance can help their clients mitigate any losses. But brokers and clients alike may not know that the ability to bind coverage could be

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This province’s statute of limitations ‘cries out for reform’

In trying to sue construction contractors for a leaky building, a Winnipeg hospital is actually criticizing Manitoba’s Limitation of Actions Act, a provincial appeal court judge suggested in a recent ruling. In 2003, construction finished on a new five-storey building

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Why rewards programs are a new cyber threat

If your client offers loyalty and rewards programs, they may want to keep a closer eye on securing these “non-traditional risk points” from cyber criminals. Earlier this year, several McDonald’s customers in Canada complained that criminals had breached their accounts

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Fairfax chief financial officer died suddenly

David Bonham, chief financial officer of Fairfax Financial Holdings Ltd., died suddenly this past weekend, the Toronto-based company announced Tuesday. Fairfax is the corporate owner of Northbridge Insurance and several international property and casualty insurers, including OdysseyRe, Brit PLC, Allied

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CEP Sintra devient CEP Forensique

MONTREAL, QC, May 21, 2019/InsPress/ – CEP-Sintra, la plus grande firme d’ingénierie forensique au Canada, consolide sa présence sur le marché sous la nouvelle bannière CEP Forensique. Ainsi, l’entreprise souhaite simplifier et unifier son identité de marque sur tout le

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CEP Sintra becomes CEP Forensic

MONTREAL, QC, May 21, 2019/InsPress/ – CEP-Sintra, Canada’s largest independent forensic engineering firm, is consolidating its market presence under the banner of CEP Forensic. The change reflects continuing efforts to simplify the identity of its many locations, as well as

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CRU Expands Specialized CAT Response Capabilities

TORONTO, ON, May 21, 2019/insPress/ –  Kyle Winston, CEO of CRU GROUP, today announced the promotion of Mr. Jim Rich to lead two new specialized divisions within CRU’s market-leading Catastrophe Response organization – Flood Response and Wildfire Response. These new

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Rocky Cross Construction North DKI Appoints New Chief Operating Officer, Lory Perizzolo, CIP.

CALGARY, ALBERTA, May 21, 2019/InsPress/ – Rocky Cross Construction North DKI, today announced that Lory Perizzolo, CIP has joined the company as Chief Operating Officer. In his role as Chief Operating Officer, Lory Perizzolo will report to the President and

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Winds helping in battle against fire threatening northern Alberta town

HIGH LEVEL, Alta. – Fire officials say the winds continue to be favourable as crews battle a large wildfire burning a few kilometres from a northwestern Alberta town. Nearly 5,000 people have cleared out of High Level and nearby First

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