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Eying Growth, Insurers Reshape Indexed Life

Insurance companies are adding illness and long-term care features into indexed universal life products. The new features are expected to boost an already-booming business.

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2018 Ottawa Consumer Choice Award Winner!

We’re happy to announce that LifeInsurance-Orleans.ca has been selected the 2018 Consumer Choice Award winner in the category of Life Insurance Broker for Ottawa and Eastern Ontario. Consumer Choice Award was established in 1987 with the sole purpose of recognizing business excellence in small and medium sized businesses. Today, we are the only organization in Canada...

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3 Top Life Insurance Myths Still Believed In 2018

In 2018 with all the information available to us at our fingertips - there are still myths and , misunderstanding surrounding life insurance. Life insurance is simple, right? You buy a policy to protect your family, you die, your family gets some money. Simple. Direct. Easy. Not so fast. Life insurance is much more complicated than...

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Alcohol broker Southern Glazer’s partners with Aphria to sell weed

Bacardi broker to launch new cannabis distribution company to represent Aphria products to retailers and regulators across the country


Walmart launches free pickup of online merchandise, gobbles up more grocery market share in Canada

'Customers are coming to the store for their regular shopping anyway, now they can get extended aisle product that might not be in the (closest) store'


Lowest US birth rate in 3 decades could pose risk to economy

WASHINGTON — Women in the United States gave birth last year at the lowest rate in 30 years, a trend that could weigh on economic growth in the coming decades. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Center for Health Statistics said Thursday that the number of U.S. babies born last year fell 2 […]

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