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Since 1934 Canadian Underwriter magazine, Canada's leading insurance journal has provided insurance professionals with an award-winning package of articles, features, news and events. The Canadian Underwriter group of insurance industry media products has grown and developed to cover a wide range of information vehicles, both in print and online.

Canadian Underwriter is committed to providing the most timely and relevant news, information and resources to insurance professionals from all segments of the industry.

The Canadian Underwriter Group of products includes:

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Canadian Underwriter Annual Statistical Issue
The National Insurance Marketer
The Ontario Insurance Directory
Claims Canada magazine, official publication of the Canadian Independent Adjusters' Association (CIAA)
Claims Canada magazine - Digital Edition
The CIAA National Claims Manual

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CU80Years.com - Canadian Underwriter - Celebrating 80 Years - Published Since 1934
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Canadian Underwriter magazine is celebrating its 80th Anniversary in 2014!

Started by Steve Wilson Jan 9, 2014. 0 Replies

Since 1934, Canadian Underwriter has had the pleasure of serving Canada’s property & casualty insurance industry – and we would like to thank all of our friends, subscribers, readers,…Continue

Tags: Publishing, print, 1934, 2014, Insurance

Canadian Underwriter and Swiss Re team up for webinar on Canadian risk landscape

Started by Steve Wilson Jan 22, 2013. 0 Replies

Canadian Underwriter and Swiss Re have teamed up to host a live webinar, entitled the Changing Canadian Risk Landscape, reflecting on natural hazards throughout the country and what Canada can expect…Continue

Tags: flood, tornado, hail, tsunami, wildfire

Breaking News from Canadian Underwriter Insurance Media Group

Lussier Dale Parizeau, Riverin Girard and Ouellet Fillion to merge

An agreement has been reached to merge the operations of Lussier Dale Parizeau (LDP) and Riverin Girard & Associés and Ouellet Fillion, a move expected to enhance customer service and bolster LDP’s presence in Quebec. The deal was announced jointly

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Feds failed to assess privacy implications of Bill C-51 info sharing: watchdog

OTTAWA – The government hasn’t done enough to protect the privacy of “law-abiding Canadians” from new information-sharing powers in the omnibus security legislation known as C-51, says a federal watchdog. Privacy commissioner Daniel Therrien said Tuesday he was surprised that

The post Feds failed to assess privacy implications of Bill C-51 info sharing: watchdog appeared first on Canadian Underwriter.

California heat wave intensifies wildfire threatening homes

MORGAN HILL, Calif. – A heat wave stifling drought-stricken California worsened a wildfire Tuesday that burned buildings and forced people from their homes in remote communities along the Santa Cruz Mountains. The blaze in a rugged area about 30 miles

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Typhoon Megi kills four in Taiwan, shuts down transport but ‘limited damage reports’

Typhoon Megi has caused “widespread transport disruption” in Taiwan and left four million people without a water supply but insured building stock in Taiwan is “typically designed to withstand typhoons gusts,” Risk Management Systems Inc. said in a report released

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ARC Group Canada associates named Best Lawyers

The ARC Group Canada is proud to recognize its associates included in the Best Lawyers in Canada 2017 list. “Our network of lawyers boasts some of the best legal minds in the country, and we are pleased to recognize their

The post ARC Group Canada associates named Best Lawyers appeared first on Canadian Underwriter.

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Comment by Steve Wilson on May 31, 2015 at 1:45pm

The Digital Edition of Claims Canada’s APR/MAY 2015 issue – Cover Story ‘LEAKAGE!’ http://bit.ly/ccaprmay2015; text edition: http://bit.ly/ccaprmaytext15

 

The notion that insurers can better control their claims/indemnity spend through streamlining, cost cutting and efficiency initiatives has gained momentum in Canada in recent years. Many insurance companies are finding ways to plug financial “leakage” in claims handling – a term not always popular with claims managers. Independent adjusters understand the reasons behind this focus on costs, but caution that a proper approach to claims adjudication should prevail.

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Comment by Steve Wilson on May 29, 2015 at 5:40pm

The Digital Edition of Canadian Underwriter’s MAY 2015 issue – Cover Story ‘Driving Forward’ http://bit.ly/cumay15

Fuelled by the promise of securing consumer loyalty and gaining competitive advantage, telematics offerings from traditional and non-traditional players in the property and casualty space could help position their companies in the future. But will regulatory requirements stall out the possibilities?

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Comment by Steve Wilson on April 20, 2015 at 4:05pm

The Digital Edition of Canadian Underwriter magazine’s April 2015 issue http://bit.ly/cuapr15 featuring Cover Story – ‘Brokers in Action’

Across Canada, insurance brokers are working to help protect their customers in the wake of a wide variety of challenges, including restrictions on sewer back-up coverage, underinsurance of earthquake risk, overland flood, auto premium cuts and plenty of competition from both traditional and non-traditional players.

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Comment by Steve Wilson on March 25, 2015 at 9:51pm

The Digital Edition of Canadian Underwriter magazine’s March 2015 issue: http://bit.ly/cumar15 featuring Cover Story – ‘Cyber Risk: Moving Target

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Comment by Steve Wilson on March 1, 2015 at 4:04pm

The Digital Edition of Claims Canada magazine’s February/March 2015 issuehttp://bit.ly/ccfeb15  – Featuring Cover Story – ‘The CAT Issue’

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Comment by Steve Wilson on February 21, 2015 at 7:46pm

The Digital Edition of Canadian Underwriter magazine’s February 2015 issue http://bit.ly/cufeb15 - Text Edition http://bit.ly/cufeb15text - Cover Story: 'Bringing Data Home'

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Comment by Steve Wilson on January 31, 2015 at 5:17pm

The Digital Edition of Canadian Underwriter magazine’s January 2015 issue: http://bit.ly/cujan15  – Cover Story: ‘Transformative Time’ – While the concept of claims transformation is hardly new — the goal being efficient, effective and timely use of technology and work processes — today’s higher profile and buy-in opens the door to a transformative time.

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Comment by Steve Wilson on December 22, 2014 at 6:50pm

Claims Canada magazine and Canadian Underwriter magazine’s ‘2015 National Property Restoration Services Guide’ supplement Digital Edition: http://bit.ly/ccrestoguide15 (print edition to be distributed [polybagged] with Claims Canada and Canadian Underwriter's national circulation's)

Featuring Cover Story: ‘Repairing The Restoration Market’ Facing tough times and high operational costs, thin margins and a revenue crunch from the insurance industry, restoration firms say things must change in this key part of the supply value chain. The way forward must involve a true partnership between insurers and contractors focused on meeting the needs of the insured property owner, according to restoration specialists.

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Comment by Steve Wilson on December 22, 2014 at 5:10pm

Canadian Underwriter magazine’s December 2014 issue Digital Edition: http://bit.ly/cudec14 – Featuring Cover Story – ‘Options Abound’ – 2015 Primary Insurance Market Outlook, including the views of 17 insurance company CEO’s. Text edition: http://bit.ly/cudec14text

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Comment by Steve Wilson on December 22, 2014 at 5:06pm

Claims Canada magazine’s December 2014/January 2015 issue Digital Edition: http://bit.ly/ccdecjan15 – featuring Cover Story: Going Mobile – Can apps work for independent adjusters?

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