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The Suncor oil sands facility seen from a helicopter near Fort McMurray, Alta., Tuesday, July 10, 2012. The insurance industry is grappling with whether to continue supporting fossil fuels in the face of the climate change threat. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Jeff McIntosh

Insurance industry seeks to limit fossil fuel exposure amid growing climate threat

Over three years, 23 companies have adopted policies that end or limit insurance for the coal industry

 

The head offices of Caisse Desjardins are seen, Wednesday, February 24, 2021 in Montreal.THE CANADIAN PRESS/Ryan Remiorz

Desjardins drops disease-related liability, property damage coverage for some claims

Company said it will not cover them in the event they are sued for spreading a communicable disease

 

Serving the Lower Mainland since 2002, AMC Insurance has grown to nine locations – a testament to their commitment to providing a full complement of affordable insurance products.

How tailored insurance can protect your most important assets

One-size insurance doesn’t fit all; here’s how to get the right coverage for you

  • Mar 1, 2021

 

GroupHEALTH Benefit Solutions has moved its headquarters into a new four-storey building in South Surrey. (Contributed photo)

GroupHEALTH moves headquarters to South Surrey

Insurance provider located at in four-storey office space at 15315 31 Ave.

GroupHEALTH Benefit Solutions has moved its headquarters into a new four-storey building in South Surrey. (Contributed photo)
Doug Downey is sworn into his new role as Ontario’s Attorney General at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Thursday, June 20, 2019. A new bill in Ontario could make it harder for consumers to sue a business that was involved in the transmission of COVID-19, lawyers say. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Tijana Martin

Law to shield businesses that spread COVID-19 could benefit insurers, limit consumers

The new law comes amid concerns of the ability of businesses to keep people safe

Doug Downey is sworn into his new role as Ontario’s Attorney General at Queen’s Park in Toronto on Thursday, June 20, 2019. A new bill in Ontario could make it harder for consumers to sue a business that was involved in the transmission of COVID-19, lawyers say. THE CANADIAN PRESS/ Tijana Martin
Drawing shows the King George Hub project, adjacent to the similarly named SkyTrain station in Surrey. (submitted image)
Drawing shows the King George Hub project, adjacent to the similarly named SkyTrain station in Surrey. (submitted image)