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A brief primer on government disaster assistance in Canada

Nine provinces and one territory in the country have a disaster assistance program designed to help homeowners, renters, small business owners, not-for-profits and local governments recover after a loss event. Prince Edward Island, Yukon and Nunavut do not currently have

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A brief primer on government disaster assistance in Canada

Nine provinces and one territory in the country have formal disaster assistance programs designed to help homeowners, renters, small business owners, not-for-profits and local governments recover after a loss event. Prince Edward Island, Yukon and Nunavut do not currently have

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The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses

In some years, it’s water. In others, it’s wildfire or hail. This year, it was extreme wind that stood out as a major driver of insured catastrophic loss in Canada. Indeed, just two events – the May 4 Southern Ontario/Quebec

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The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses

In some years, it’s water. In others, it’s wildfire or hail. This year, it was extreme wind that stood out as a major driver of insured catastrophic loss in Canada. Indeed, just two events – the May 4 Southern Ontario/Quebec

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The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses

In some years, it’s water. In others, it’s wildfire or hail. This year, it was extreme wind that stood out as a major driver of insured catastrophic loss in Canada. Indeed, just two events – the May 4 Southern Ontario/Quebec

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The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses

In some years, it’s water. In others, it’s wildfire or hail. This year, it was extreme wind that stood out as a major driver of insured catastrophic loss in Canada. Indeed, just two events – the May 4 Southern Ontario/Quebec

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The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses

In some years, it’s water. In others, it’s wildfire or hail. This year, it was extreme wind that stood out as a major driver of insured catastrophic loss in Canada. Indeed, just two events – the May 4 Southern Ontario/Quebec

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The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses

In some years, it’s water. In others, it’s wildfire or hail. This year, it was extreme wind that stood out as a major driver of insured catastrophic loss in Canada. Indeed, just two events – the May 4 Southern Ontario/Quebec

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Speaking in code: A brief overview of building code in Canada

It is somewhat understandable why most Canadians seem to know virtually nothing about how building codes work in this country. After all, a person might only really be exposed to code-related issues if they were having a new home built

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Speaking in code: A brief overview of building code in Canada

It is somewhat understandable why most Canadians seem to know virtually nothing about how building codes work in this country. After all, a person might only really be exposed to code-related issues if they were having a new home built

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