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Unusually rough drought has dire implications for Saskatchewan farmers, homeowners
Posted on Aug. 4, 2017

Over the course of 2017, much of Saskatchewan has been experiencing some of the driest conditions in over a century, a trend that has peaked with a drought-filled summer. Homeowners are seeing their electricity meters affected while farmers are beari

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New partnership blends property insurance with artificial intelligence
Posted on Aug. 3, 2017

Two companies have joined together to form a new partnership in the rapidly growing field of insurtech. Symbility Solutions Inc. and DeepLearni.ng will attempt to improve the property insurance process by implementing innovative AI-based solutions.

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Manulife employee sets Guinness World Record for longest career as corporate salesperson
Posted on Aug. 2, 2017

Sun Yung Tsu (Joe Sun) has outlasted every life insurance agent in the business. He was recognized today by GUINNESS WORLD RECORDS™ for his unprecedented 62-and-a-half years with Manulife.

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Manitoba Public Insurance refusing to reinstate controversial "ASIMIL8" license plate
Posted on Aug. 1, 2017

Despite allowing it on the roads for two years, Manitoba Public Insurance has now changed its stance and refused to reinstate a license plate with the wording "ASIMIL8" after coming to terms with the painful connotation that carries for Canada's Indi

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Real estate fees make up stunningly large percentage of Canada's GDP
Posted on July 31, 2017

Canadians may be shocked to find out how large a percentage real estate fees comprise of their GDP. Experts are monitoring the situation, as it bears resemblance to the prelude to a certain housing crisis south of the border.

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