The Top 5 Reasons Contractors Need Environmental Insurance

Oct 2021

Construction contractors understand the importance of having general liability, workers' compensation, and inland marine insurance. Another important consideration is environmental insurance.


Security Monitoring Centres? We've Got You Covered

Oct 2021

Alarm monitoring centres are places where trained operators handle alarm events. Sometimes, these centres are staffed by employees of home security providers. In other cases, they are third-party companies subcontracted by security companies, makers of personal medical alerts, and similar companies.


Insuring Business Consultants in 2021

Oct 2021

The future looks optimistic for business consultants. Globally, disruption of the COVID-19 pandemic has created unprecedented opportunities for change.


A Broker’s Guide to Canada’s Wholesalers Industry

Sep 2021

Canadian manufacturers, distributors and wholesalers have experienced recent growth driven by a strong domestic economy. As of June 2021, Canada’s wholesale sales hit $71.5 billion. (1) In spite of a decline in June, wholesale goods sales increased by 2.6% in the second quarter of 2021 compared to the first quarter, the fourth consecutive quarterly increase. Prices for lumber jumped in early spring 2021, contributing to the gains as building materials sales rose 11.4%. Several subsectors in the food, beverage, and tobacco sector also recorded gains beyond 3%. The second quarter of 2021 marked the highest quarterly sales in all three subsectors. (1)


Why SWG PL Covers Driver Training Schools

Sep 2021

According to a recent survey by MADD Canada, new drivers are almost 45% more likely to be involved in a crash than experienced drivers. (1) As motor vehicle accidents are one of the leading causes of death among teenagers, that's a pretty big deal. So it comes as no surprise that 78% of Canadians say that safer roads would result from more people receiving driver's training.


SWG CGL: Top Trends in Canada’s Retailer Industry

Sep 2021

Canada's retail industry sells consumer goods and related services through its stores to the general public. Often, large retail firms have their own warehouse facilities and, in some cases, manufacture private-label goods in their own factories.