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Wildfire Season – How to Protect Your Home and Property

After a hot, dry summer, it’s here – wildfire season. A comprehensive checklist to help protect your home and property. With the summer nearly over, many of us thought we might move into September having enjoyed a lovely summer but without the spectre of wildfires. Unfortunately, not so. In a very short time, thanks to […]

What You Need to Know to Be Protected – Understanding Condo Insurance

As rates increase throughout North America, some BC strata corporations are straining to maintain coverage. Here’s what you need to know about your condo insurance. As strata policies are renewed you may be shocked to learn that there’s been a sharp increase in your strata corporation’s deductible. Sewer backup and water damage deductibles are known […]

Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) BC and Working Ventures Insurance, Ltd.

Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) BC represents more than 92,000 workers, in more than 160 locals, in vital sectors such as health care, emergency services, education, social services, utilities, transportation, airlines and more. Working with unions and union members such as those with Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE) BC, representing workers in health […]

Homeowners’ Risk Management

As a homeowner, risk management – being aware of potential risks and taking action to limit your liabilities – can help ensure that your most valuable assets are protected. Risk, as it pertains to insurance, refers to the possibility of loss, or other adverse incidents, for which an insurance claim might be filed. For homeowners, risk management […]

Tenant’s Insurance – 6 Important Reasons to Have It!

Don’t depend on your landlord’s policy. If you’re a renter, tenant’s insurance is a definite must to ensure your belongings and your potential liability are covered! It’s so important to expect the unexpected and be prepared, particularly when you’re a renter. In fact, rather than take your landlord’s coverage for granted, it’s better to simply assume that your […]