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Newfoundland driver with no insurance owes “extraordinary” amount of $158,000 in fines

Newfoundland driver with no insurance owes “extraordinary” amount of $158,000 in fines

Outstanding fines of $10,000 and $20,000 are more common

Navacord Inc. welcomes Calgary’s Toole Peet Insurance to its broker network

Navacord Inc. welcomes Calgary’s Toole Peet Insurance to its broker network

The brokerage will continue to operate under its current name and leaders

Sea level maps show Canada’s coastal communities in race against time

Sea level maps show Canada’s coastal communities in race against time

Metro Vancouver is the most vulnerable urban area in Canada to sea level rise, says science professor

Northbridge, CFIB work together for exclusive small business offering

Northbridge, CFIB work together for exclusive small business offering

CFIB members who are brokers can offer the package to prospective clients

Autonomous vehicle centre opens in Ontario

Autonomous vehicle centre opens in Ontario

Ontario government’s 2017 budget promised $80 million over five years on self driving car development

Waymo rolls out autonomous vans without human drivers

Waymo rolls out autonomous vans without human drivers

The testing phase involves a Waymo employee in the back seat who can stop the car if necessary

Saskatchewan police website hacked by apparent supporters of Islamic militants

Saskatchewan police website hacked by apparent supporters of Islamic militants

The chief of police says the hack has no connection to the department’s operations or data

Public wholesale, private retail will make up Manitoba marijuana regime

Public wholesale, private retail will make up Manitoba marijuana regime

The province’s opposition party is arguing that government-run stores are the best distribution method

Blockchain could affect info sharing in P&C industry, travel claims payments: InsurTech TO

Blockchain could affect info sharing in P&C industry, travel claims payments: InsurTech TO

Results come from a project outlining ways to use blockchain

IBM urges B.C. government to use blockchain to track marijuana sales

IBM urges B.C. government to use blockchain to track marijuana sales

Company says the technology could track supply and demand, and manage inventory

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