Insurance is often thought of as a necessary evil.
Past Forty Under 40 recipient currently serves as chairman of the Ottawa Insurance Brokers Association board.
Two long-time leaders in the employee benefits sector are joining forces to provide business owners flexible insurance plans.
Family owned business celebrates 90th anniversary.
Declining use of dental benefits and some extended health care benefits leading to premium reduction adjustments for employer-sponsored group benefits plans.
A series of proposed class-action lawsuits launched against major insurance companies in Ontario claim the firms have been shortchanging auto-accident victims for years by breaking rules
Insurtech. The term may not spark the same recognition as fintech, blockchain or cryptocurrency. But for Ottawa’s Global IQX, it’s a global business that will only get bigger.
Who’s responsible for compensating an injured person for their lost income and personal care needs?
Columnist Michael Prentice is taking the side of a major bank in its dispute with a retired Ottawa professor who claims he was unfairly denied travel insurance. On this issue, he argues, the “big guy…
In the July 3 issue of the Ottawa Business Journal a featured column by Michael Prentice (“Settling the age-old questi