A New Year, A New View On Your Business Insurance Policy

A New Year, A New View On Your Business Insurance Policy
Do you receive your business insurance policy with an invoice attached days before it is due? Statistics report that one third of businesses receive their insurance renewal in the mail yet never hear from their broker. At CCV we focus on pro-active service not reactive service with […]

January 15th, 2015|Internal, MyHealth|0 Comments

Its all about the details.

It’s All About The Detail In The Description Of Your Operations

Ian H. Gold of Thomas Gold Pettingill LLP cited in his article in the November 2014 edition of the Ontario Broker Magazine, a recent decision by Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice that can affect your coverage – and it is all about the detail.

Intact Insurance […]

January 12th, 2015|MySchool|0 Comments

Having a party this Holiday Season? It’s not just about style…

Having a party this Holiday Season? It’s not just about style…
“Tis’ the season to be merry”

But when it comes to serving to alcohol, “Tis’ the season to be wary”

Whether you are having friends over, hosting an office party or inviting clients to share some holiday cheer, you are potentially opening yourself up to a lawsuit.

Whenever […]

December 30th, 2014|MyHealth|0 Comments

Canadian Companies Are At High Risk For Data Breaches

Is your business prepared for a significant data breach? Make cyber security a top priority in 2015.
“A Statistics Canada report in June said that six per cent of the 17,000 private Canadian enterprises it surveyed had experienced an Internet security breach in 2013. About one-quarter of those reporting a breach – representing roughly 260 companies […]

December 29th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Ride Share and Car Pooling – Are You Covered?

If you are considering participating in a ride share or car pooling program, you may not be properly insured.
With car pooling and ride share programs increasing in popularity, a gap in your automobile insurance could place you at risk. Don’t assume your private passenger automobile insurance extends to situations where you are carrying passengers and […]

December 18th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Nov 2014: Auto Insurance Rates and the Province of Ontario

“The Ontario legislature passed a bill Thursday aimed at reducing car insurance premiums an average of 15 per cent by next August from where they were in the summer of 2013.

The government said rates have fallen about six per cent since it first introduced the bill, which is aimed at tackling fraud to lower costs […]

October 17th, 2014|News|0 Comments

What is Usage-Based Insurance?

Good drivers will pay based on their good driving habits.

September 4th, 2014|Uncategorized|0 Comments

MyHealth Trauma Assist

What Is The Personal Impact Of A Traumatic Loss?
It can happen to anyone.
“It was just like any other routine Monday morning… fighting traffic to get to the office, grabbing coffee to go and search for my pass card to the building. Our Nursing Agency has about 20 clerical staff that should be arriving within the […]

August 26th, 2014|MyHealth|0 Comments

Ontario Taking Further Action to Reduce Auto Insurance Rates

Ontario Auto Insurance :
New Legislation Would Reduce Costs, Fight Fraud and Protect Consumers
July 15, 2014 2:00 P.M. | Ministry of Finance


Ontario is moving forward with its plan to help reduce auto insurance rates, by introducing legislation that would, if passed, protect the province’s nine million drivers and fight fraud in the auto insurance system.

As […]

August 25th, 2014|News|0 Comments

Student Housing – Are You Covered?

Your child is leaving the nest for college or university,
Are Their Things Covered?
Whether your child is moving to residence, renting a room, apartment or a house, it’s important to make sure they have insurance. After all, nowadays education requires a lot of technology from laptops for essays, tablets for reading and smartphones for everything else. In […]

August 13th, 2014|Internal, News|0 Comments