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It’s been two years since devastating floods hit Alberta, but many homeowners in the province still harbor resentment against the insurance providers who covered them at the time.
An industry giant has come up with a way to help broker clients swerve the kind of flooding nightmare that swamped the industry in 2013.
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Following a major natural disaster, one province announced that it intends to fund homeowners’ relief efforts and compensate for any inadvertent lapses in coverage.
Recognizing a significant coverage gap in one Canadian province, The Co-operators will offer much-needed protection against this looming threat.
Nepal’s earthquake is a reminder that nature doesn’t always play nice. But just where do these disasters occur the most?