Thought Leadership

Welcome to our blog! Our team is committed to providing you with clear, comprehensible insurance information to help you better protect your family and business.

Life Avoid Insect Bites and Stings Summertime and the outdoors are synonymous with fun. But what’s not enjoyable is when insects—mosquitoes, ticks, bees, wasps and more—cause bites and stings that not only create physical discomfort but may also transmit diseases. That’s why it’s important to know how...

How to Prioritize Cybersecurity Organizations today are under constant threat of cyberattacks as technology continues to evolve rapidly. Cybersecurity threats can not only compromise an organization’s data, but they can also be costly. According to IBM’s Cost of a Data Breach report, Canada has the third-highest...

Deciphering all of the parts of your auto insurance policy can be a difficult task. Here, we’ve broken it down section by section so you can understand the information that is included in each part. Declarations Page The declarations page of your auto insurance policy provides an...

Life Firework Safety Precautions Summer celebrations that include fireworks can turn ordinary events into extraordinary festivities, especially when these displays are conducted by professionals. However, each year, amateur firework use accounts for numerous incidents, including burns, bodily injuries and an average of 18,500 fires. The Canada Safety Council...

The Future of C-suite Leadership In the wake of the chaos, uncertainty and loss brought on by the past year, it’s now time for organizational leadership to navigate the future of work in a post-COVID world. Leadership can take this time to reassess organizational priorities to...

When it comes to running a business, vehicles - whether they're leased, rented or owned - are crucial for a variety of tasks. Whether transporting materials and tools to work sites, hauling goods for deliveries or driving to meet clients-companies of all kinds rely on...

You may have little or no time to protect your valuables in a flood, earthquake or other disaster. By taking simple steps now, you can safeguard your treasured belongings and information from damage or loss. The first step is to identify what you have. Go through...

How To Approach Safely Returning to Work During the COVID-19 pandemic, two-thirds of Canadian businesses had at least 60 per cent of their employees working remotely. As more Canadians get vaccinated, organizations should have a plan in place to safely return to the office. The following should...

Life Safely Enjoy Summer Picnics Summer is the time to get outside and enjoy the warm weather. For many people, this season is also an opportunity to have an outdoor picnic or barbecue. However, eating outside in warm weather also brings the risk of foodborne illness. In...

Remote Working Burnout a Factor in Security Risk Human error is one of the largest threats to the cybersecurity of an organization. As remote work continues due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Canadian workers are reporting burnout, which can lead to more cybersecurity errors. According to Microsoft’s...