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What to Include When Making an Emergency Plan

If you had 20 minutes to pack up and leave your home due to flood or fire warnings, what would you grab? Would you be…

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How to Protect Your Seasonal Property

The biggest risk to your seasonal property or cabin is that it sits empty. Not only does this make your property a target for criminals,…

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It’s Snowbird Season: Tips Before You Fly South

Birds aren’t the only ones heading south for the winter – it’s officially snowbird season for many Canadians. While the siren song of year-round golf…

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The Importance of Updating Material Change in Risk

Your insurance policies need to be updated to reflect life changes, otherwise you are leaving yourself open to being underinsured. By Wendy Wildeman, VP, Commercial…

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What is a binding authority restriction and why does it matter?

If you call to purchase a new insurance policy or change your existing coverage, you may be told it’s not possible due to a binding…

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9 Tips to Have a Sustainable Yard in Alberta 

Our yards can have a significant impact on the local environment as well as on water and energy use. Traditional lawns can be quite damaging…

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Your spring home maintenance checklist

It’s officially the time of year that most Canadians start making a list for spring cleaning and thinking about the projects they want to do…

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How to Protect a Home-Based Business

Many Canadians operate a home-based business. Whether it’s a full-time operation or a part-time side hustle, it’s important to protect yourself and manage your home-based…

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Lesson from BC Floods: The Importance of Overland Flood Insurance

Preliminary reports suggest the 2021 flooding in BC will result in less insured damage than the 2013 Southern Alberta floods. This is not necessarily because…

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Property Owners at Increased Risk of Being Underinsured

The pandemic has wreaked havoc with many things in our lives, including global supply chains. Availability of raw materials has forced product shortages and in…

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