15
Jun

Avoiding Cyber-Attacks: Precautions to Take While Working from Home

In light of recent times, remote work has become a necessity for organizations across the world. This global shift took place within a matter of days, forcing companies to switch gears towards a new working landscape that will continue for months and, for some, indefinitely. With a surge in remote work comes a surge in the risk of cyberattacks and

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16
Apr

What you need to know about the new Alberta Condominium Insurance changes?

Condominium Insurance is a relatively misunderstood type of coverage. To further complicate things, there have been some recent legislation changes made that may affect your policy, so this is the perfect time to review your policy to ensure that you have the appropriate level of coverage. According to the Canadian Condominium Institute (CCI), effective January 1, 2020, Condominium Corporations will

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16
Mar

COVID-19 UPDATE

COVID-19 Update ALL BRANCHES Alpine Insurance & Financial Inc. remains open ALL In-branch visits suspended Monday March 16 ALL services move to remote communication starting Monday, March 16 — Update – March 16, 3:00 p.m: All in-branch visits suspended to support mitigating the transmission of the rapidly evolving COVID-19 virus, Alpine is taking precautionary measures. Alpine is committed to our

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17
Jan

Top 6 Reasons Auto Insurance Rates Are on the Rise

You rely on your automobile to get you to work, drive your children to soccer and pick up your weekly groceries. You are proud of keeping your vehicle in pristine condition and want to protect it so you make sure you have full coverage auto insurance. So, why are you looking at your most recent auto insurance policy and seeing

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5
Jun

Alberta’s Auto Insurance Industry Crisis Continues to Frustrate Players

Affordable auto insurance coverage for Albertans has become increasingly difficult to obtain in the last 18 months. If you’re a new driver or requesting a more extensive insurance package, you may be out of luck. If your insurance broker has called to tell you they can’t provide you with the auto insurance rates you were expecting or any coverage at

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10
Apr

Moving in Together! Do I Need More Insurance?

The time has finally come! You are so excited because your significant other is moving in with you. Wait! What changes do I need regarding insurance? Do I need to add my boyfriend/girlfriend to my personal homeowner’s insurance? First, let’s understand what this type of insurance entails. Each homeowner’s insurance is different depending on the coverage plan you have. Most

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27
Feb

How Edmonton’s Collision Report Can Help You Avoid an Accident

There was an average of 228 injury collision a month in Edmonton in 2017, some minor, some significant, but all with a story to tell. Every time there’s a motor vehicle accident, Edmonton’s Traffic Safety section adds the details to their Motor Vehicle Collision Information System (MVCIS) database. And every year, the division creates a report summarizing key trends.  

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20
Feb

Top 5 Tips for Saving on Your Insurance

If you’re like most people, you are still recovering from December’s holiday spending spree. In January and February, people start reviewing their bills, looking for ways to save. The good news is that there are a number of ways you can save on your insurance without compromising your coverage. Below are some quick tips, but you can also always give

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13
Feb

Cannabis and Your Insurance – What You Need to Know

When cannabis became legal last October, Alberta led the Canadian charge in terms of quantity of licenses granted to recreational retail stores.  While most provinces allowed a small handful of stores, Alberta blew the doors open with 17 private retailers. The day weed became legal, there were a dozen stores in and around the province’s capital, including six in Edmonton

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6
Feb

It’s beautiful, honey! Insuring those precious goods this Valentine’s season

Valentine’s Day is the third largest day for gift giving in North America, followed only by Christmas and Mother’s Day. In fact, almost 84% of Canadian celebrate Valentine’s Day! How much are people spending on Valentine’s Day? According to a Canadian retail survey, the average Canadian planned to spend $164 on Valentine’s Day in 2017. The top spend being on

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