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The Honourable Order of the Blue Goose International Scotch Nosing

June 1, 2011 by Claims Canada

The Honourable Order of the Blue Goose International, Ontario Pond held its 11th annual Scotch Nosing on Apr. 27 at the One King West Hotel & Residence. The evening started with cocktails in The Vault, followed by dinner in the

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RIMS 2011 Annual Conference & Exhibition

June 1, 2011 by Claims Canada

Vancouver was host to the RIMS 2011 Annual Conference & Exhibition May 1–5. The risk and insurance industry community took advantage of the exceptional beauty of the city and surroundings to hold and attend numerous receptions, special events, dinners and

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F4 tornado in downtown Toronto would cause $4 billion in losses

June 1, 2011 by Claims Canada

If an F4 tornado – which packs wind speeds of between 333 km-h and 418 km-h – ripped through downtown Toronto, it could potentially cause up to $4 billion in losses, said Matthew Nielsen, senior product marketing manager of natural

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WICC Ontario annual gala dinner

June 1, 2011 by Claims Canada

WICC Ontario held its 15th annual gala dinner, ICONIC, on Apr. 13, 2011 at The Westin Harbour Castle Hotel in Toronto. WICC dinner co-chairs and evening emcees Michael Butler and Marian Adamson introduced WICC co-chairs Carolyn Horan and Jean Faulkner

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Ontario Divisional Court sets aside FSCO director delegate ruling in Pastore

June 1, 2011 by Claims Canada

The Ontario Divisional Court ruled in Aviva v. Pastore that the determination of a Class 4 (marked) or Class 5 (extreme) psychological impairment under subsection (g) cannot include consideration for pain associated with physical injuries. The decision reverses a Financial