From coast to coast, damage caused by climate-related events is on the rise. Given the reality of global climate change, all signs are pointing toward this becoming an increasingly prevalent issue for home and small business owners in Canada.
Are your clients equipped with the knowledge to prevent future climate-related damage, and what action to take if damage occurs? Do they know what their policy does and doesn't cover?
The information, insights and tools available here have been designed to help you inform, educate and support your clients to help them become Climate Smart.
Did you know?
- $3.2 Billion
In 2013, severe weather events cost the Canadian insurance industry $3.2 billion in insured losses—the highest in Canadian history.
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Canadian affluence is on the rise. Never before have we seen more Canadian homes with finished basements, complete with big-ticket items and high-end furnishings, leading to ever higher replacement costs.
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Water damage, coupled with a shortage of contractor availability, is leading to major lifestyle disruptions and higher costs for Canadian consumers.
Water Damage: Identify & Prevent Risk
These tools have been designed to help you inform, educate and support your clients to help them become Climate Smart.
An earthquake can be a scary experience. If you know what to expect during an earthquake, you will be less afraid, making it easier to keep yourself and your family safe.
Working out a wildfire plan: Protecting your clients’ families and property
Climate change has increased instances of wildfire across Canada. Now there are more than 8,000 wildfires a year, affecting areas in almost every province and territory.