Aluminum Wiring and Home Insurance

In the 1960’s and 1970’s while new homes were being built, some of them were wired with aluminum wiring instead of the standard of copper wiring. Aluminum was considered a less expensive but viable option. Little did they know at that time, aluminum is also a more brittle option, that will corrode if exposed to…

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What is Data Compromise Coverage?

As you know, with so many people working from home, there are so many additional cyber risks. You have to consider if your employees’ networks are secure, or what they are really doing on the computers at their home while they’re working. Data compromise. That’s a phrase that sounds fancy and complicated. You might as…

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Social Media Policy for Businesses

Your employees use social media. They use it at home, at work, sometimes for work. With so many people transitioning to working from home, social media use is on the rise as well. This can actually help you earn business (hello, Facebook business pages!). However, there are so many places that employees’ carelessness can lead…

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Crop Insurance

Crop insurance can be very confusing. There are all sorts of deadlines, coverages, limits, acres, base rates, diminishing deductibles…enough to make your head spin! So I’m going to break down a few things and point out a few key things you should know about crop insurance and/or crop hail insurance: Municipal crop insurance is an…

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The Unluckys and the lawsuit

May is a special month at SGI CANADA. We’re telling the story of one family, the Unluckys, as they go through a series of unfortunate events at various stages in their lives. Each week, we’ve shown how insurance was able to help the family overcome the common problems that came their way. This is the…

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The Unluckys and the fire

May is a special month at SGI CANADA. We’re telling the story of one family, the Unluckys, as they go through a series of unfortunate events at various stages in their lives. Each week, we’ll present a new chapter in the story, showing how insurance was able to help the family overcome the common problems…

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The Unluckys and the deer

May is a special month at SGI CANADA. We’re telling the story of 1 family, the Unluckys, as they go through a series of unfortunate events at various stages in their lives. Every week, we’ll present a new chapter in the story, showing how insurance was able to help the family overcome the common situations…

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The Unluckys and the sewer back-up

May is a special month at SGI CANADA. We’re telling the story of one family, the Unluckys, as they go through a series of unfortunate events at various stages in their lives. Every week, we’ll present a new chapter in the story, showing how insurance was able to help the family overcome the common situations…

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The Unluckys and the accident

Have you heard about Clark and Ellen Unlucky? They’re a hard-working couple living with their two kids in a small community. We’ve been telling their story this year, to explain how insurance helped them navigate a series of unfortunate events at various stages in their lives. We’re proud to present a new chapter in the…

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Traffic Safety Fund grants awarded to 27 safety projects across the province

Communities throughout Saskatchewan will benefit from 27 traffic safety projects approved for funding from the proceeds of photo speed enforcement (PSE). The PSE Committee has awarded the first round of Provincial Traffic Safety Fund grants, providing a total of $498,732 for 27 projects, including intersection and crosswalk improvements, speed display signs, pedestrian crossing signals, and…

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