22
Oct

Distracted Driving Ticket: How Does It Impact Your Car Insurance?

Did you know that you can be charged and fined with a distracted driving offense even if the distraction doesn’t affect your ability to drive? A distracted driving ticket is a serious offense and one that law enforcement is increasingly cracking down on. Not only will it lead to a fine and higher car insurance premiums; most importantly, distracted driving

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18
Oct

City of Calgary Resilient Roofing Rebate Program

In 2020, destructive hailstorms in Calgary resulted in an estimated $1.4 billion in damages. Roof damage on 32,000 homes accounted for $800 million of that total. The City of Calgary has taken the initiative to help homeowners with the disastrous outcomes of these common hailstorms. The Resilient Roofing Rebate Program was introduced in June 2021, allowing residents to apply for

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10
Sep

Things You Should Know BEFORE You Submit Your Claim

You’re probably reading this because you recently had a car accident or suffered some other kind of loss to one of your vehicles, your home, or your business. And you’re wondering… Should I submit a claim to my insurance company or not? Will there be any negative consequences? Will my price go up? By how much? Can my policy be

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1
Sep

Cannabis and Your Insurance – What You Need to Know

When cannabis became legal in October 2019, Alberta led the Canadian charge regarding the number 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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27
Aug

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. 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 be

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