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Nearly one in three Canadians don’t know what water coverage they have or need. This means that, with extreme weather incidents on the rise, many Canadians have been finding out— the hard way—just how devastating the impact of a flood can be.
RSA is deeply committed to continuing education and we understand that the knowledge and skills risk managers need to be successful are very complex and diverse.
Last month, risk managers from across the country joined RSA in Toronto for our first Risk Mangers Seminar.
Enabling efficiencies for our brokers is important to us, and something we have heavily invested in. We encourage brokers to take advantage of any functionality available to them to help make their work easier.
Architects and engineers face mounting E&O litigation in Canada. An example of this is Lansdowne Park in Ottawa. The park is in the midst of a multi-million-dollar lawsuit between its owners and project partners.
The medieval nursery rhyme, ring a ring o’ roses, depicting the ravages of the black plague, could well represent a metaphor for the property and casualty insurance industry’s past erratic pricing behaviour.
Following the announcement today that Rowan has decided to leave RSA I wanted to take the opportunity to share my thoughts and set out how RSA will move forward.
RSA Canada announces that Rowan Saunders, its President & CEO since 2003, will be leaving the business to take up a new position as President & CEO of Economical Insurance.
RSA Canada has been made aware by Canada Post of a potential service disruption that may take place as early as July 2, 2016. The union representing postal workers and Canada Post have been unable to reach an agreement on a new contract.
Having recently celebrated its tenth edition, we look at how RSA’sMaking Partner