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What Alberta City has the Most Expensive Auto Insurance?

The average auto insurance in Alberta is around $1,316 per year. However, rates can vary greatly (up to 14%) across the cities. Are you ready to see how your city stacks up? The following study was completed by Rates.ca, and all calculations are based on a 35-year-old male with a clean driving record. Top 10 […]

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We’ve Expanded to St. Albert!

We are excited to announce that our insurance brokerage has opened an office in St. Albert! Starting October 24, we will begin operating from our new location in Erin Ridge North near the Costco in St. Albert: 850-1115 St. Albert Trail St. Albert, Alberta T8N 7X6 ARC Insurance Brokers St. Albert We’re absolutely thrilled to […]

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Common Types of Cyber Attacks & How To Prevent Them In Your Business

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Nowadays, more and more businesses are operating online, and with that comes a whole slew of potential risks. Most notably: cyber attacks. When you operate a medical clinic, for example, it is imperative that you protect sensitive information to avoid lawsuits. In fact, every business should ensure that they are protected from damages such as […]

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What is Cybersecurity Insurance?

In today’s world, more and more companies are conducting their business online and relying on technology to store and organize data. But if you’re business has never faced an issue with the loss of digital data from computers and networks, you’re probably wondering: Is cyber insurance worth it? The truth is cyberattacks can happen to […]

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Average Car Insurance Rates Across Canadian Provinces

Across Canada, car insurance rates vary thanks to a multitude of factors, such as the way in which provinces offer insurance coverage to their drivers. There are both public and privately run insurance programs throughout the country.  For instance, Saskatchewan, Manitoba, and British Columbia rely on provincially run coverage, while the rest of the country […]

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COVID-19 Update 2022

To our valued customers, We have always prioritized the safety of our customers and staff – especially in these uncertain times when safety recommendations can change swiftly with little notice. As such, to support our hardworking team members, we are continuing with the hybrid work model that we have adopted for our team members over […]

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The Different Types of Auto Insurance Explained

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Auto insurance is not one-size-fits-all. In Alberta, there are many different types of auto insurance that offer various degrees of coverage and each is unique! Determining which type of auto coverage you should purchase is a matter of understanding what each entails and choosing the one that best suits your needs. To help make this […]

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10 Cheapest Cars to Insure in Canada in 2022

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Purchasing a vehicle is a considerable investment but the purchase price shouldn’t be your only consideration! While fuel economy and regular care and maintenance are a priority for many consumers, all vehicles on the road are required by law to have auto insurance. Car insurance is important in providing financial protection for the policyholder and others […]

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What Edmonton Homeowners Need to Watch Out for During Cold Snaps

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Edmonton is a city of wonderful extremes but for homeowners, the shift from unbearably hot summer days to frigid winter nights can cause concern when it comes to the condition of your house. Preparing for winter involves more than simply kicking your home’s heating system into gear. Extremely low temperatures can wreak havoc not only […]

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How to Prepare Your Edmonton Home for Hot Weather

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The number of summer days that far exceed 30°C are on the rise in Edmonton and summer days and nights are starting to feel a lot more tropical. Not only is heat uncomfortable, but it can amplify existing health conditions. That’s why when the summer heat hits, it’s important to properly prepare your home – […]

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