New study shows that consumers are not searching financial product prices online before purchasing
The fee cap is expected to save the provincial plan millions every year
Researchers examining whether a national Pharmacare program makes sense for Canadians have put in doubt support for any type of government-funded drug plan.
A former advisor has been forced to step away from his political gig after authorities found irregularities at his former agency
A physician’s allegations that an insurer pressured her to change medical opinions in order to reduce costs plays into advisors fears about disability claims
It’s a simple step that the life insurance industry is missing and it comes at the expense of client satisfaction and loyalty
Neil Shewan explains how to build your brand from the ground up
The OLHI released its annual report earlier this week and there was plenty of good news but one statistic suggests the life and health ombudsman may need to do more to protect consumers