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Fort McMurray Wildfire Information and Resources

Posted by Lloyd Sadd Communications on Wednesday, May 4, 2016

Our thoughts and prayers are with those affected by the wildfires in Fort McMurray area this week. We would like to assure our clients that the insurance companies we partner with have excellent catastrophic loss teams in place and we are here to provide information and resources to help see you through this challenging time.


Why Buy Environmental Insurance

Posted by Lloyd Sadd Communications on Friday, February 5, 2016

Canadian businesses need to carefully evaluate and manage their environmental risks?   If you own property or a business in Canada, here are three reasons you should consider environmental insurance as part of your risk management strategy...  By Carl Spensieri, Vice President, Environmental at Berkley Canada (a W. R. Berkley Company)


U.S. Electronic Logging Device Regulation to Impact Canadian Drivers

Posted by Adam Fowler on Thursday, January 21, 2016

In December of 2015, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration announced the adoption of new regulations that would require all truckers to use electronic logging devices (ELDs) by 2017. These regulations not only impact U.S. truck drivers, but Canadian drivers who operate on U.S. roads as well.

Adam Fowler
Account Executive

The Potential Impact of Alberta’s Proposed Farm Safety Legislation

Posted by Tanya Sinclair on Tuesday, December 1, 2015

On Nov. 17, 2015, Alberta’s Jobs, Skills, Training and Labour Minister Lori Sigurdson introduced Bill 6, which could impact approximately 60,000 farms and ranches as well as 43,000 agricultural workers.

Tanya Sinclair

Hospitality Risk Insights: Be Prepared for Security and Disaster Risks

Posted by Luke Horcica on Wednesday, November 18, 2015

Part of risk management is preparing for unforeseen security threats and disasters. Though such situations may seem unlikely or difficult to imagine, such threats could lead to catastrophic consequences for your business. Criminal behaviour, including vandalism or theft, presents a more tangible risk, but you also need to consider the risks of natural disasters or terrorism threats in your community. These risks are even greater because you have a responsibility to protect not only your employees, but also your patrons. To prepare for the unexpected, you should review your security and disaster readiness plans to help you minimize the impact of any potentially threatening situation.

Luke Horcica