The home insurance market is a very competitive industry. The insurance market today is not only competitive but very selective in who they insure. Rates can vary greatly from one insurer to another. It is therefore important to understand the main factors that influence insurers’ rates and decisions on your home insurance premiums We’ve included […]
You are probably not insured… Are you ready in case of data loss? You will only realize that the data you had on your hard drive or USB drive was important the day they disappeared. A false click on your computer mouse can delete in a few seconds data compiled for several years. Worse, a […]
Fortunately, or unfortunately for some insureds, an insurer is fully compliant to ask you for the right to access your credit score in order to offer you an insurance premium that reflects your current financial status. Is it legal? Yes, if you live in the province of Quebec. However, insurers in Ontario cannot use the […]
En entrevue en décembre 2018 à l’émission Le Québec Matin sur le réseau LCN avec M. Bernard Marchand, analyste en politique au Bureau d’assurance du Canada (BAC). Ce spécialiste explique les principales raisons de vols de voitures en donnant une liste des 5 véhicules les plus volés. 8 SUR 10 des voitures […]
Are you the owner of a vertical farming in a commercial building? Did you know that you need special insurance for this type of gardening in an urban or peri-urban areas? Are you well protected? Since the last decade, we have seen the emergence of urban agriculture in parks and public gardens, but also especially […]
Construction site insurance, what you need to know! In Quebec, the construction sector is active 12 months a year. Construction involves the work of many professionals; carpenters, plumbers, electricians, engineers, architects etc. The risks of damages and accidents on construction sites are very high compared to other sectors. It is for this reason that all […]
December 15th is officially the last day to install your winter tires. We advise you to keep them until there is no chance of snow or ice. Safety first!