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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

The post The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses appeared first on insBlogs.

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

The post The winds of claims: 2018 a bad year for wind losses appeared first on insBlogs.

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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Could an EF5 tornado hit a major Canadian centre?

One of the biggest challenges of educating people about natural hazard risk is having to first cut through the myths and misconceptions that envelope essentially every hazard, from earthquake to flood and – yes – tornado. Stop me if you’ve

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Could an EF5 tornado hit a major Canadian centre?

One of the biggest challenges of educating people about natural hazard risk is having to first cut through the myths and misconceptions that envelope essentially every hazard, from earthquake to flood and – yes – tornado. Stop me if you’ve

The post Could an EF5 tornado hit a major Canadian centre? appeared first on insBlogs.

Could an EF5 tornado hit a major Canadian centre?

One of the biggest challenges of educating people about natural hazard risk is having to first cut through the myths and misconceptions that envelope essentially every hazard, from earthquake to flood and – yes – tornado. Stop me if you’ve

The post Could an EF5 tornado hit a major Canadian centre? appeared first on insBlogs.

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