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  • No-Fault Car Insurance Anticipated This Spring in British Columbia

    A massive revamp of British Columbia’s auto-insurance regime is expected to be implemented in May of 2021.  The B.C. government has recently announced that it will be changing to no-fault auto-insurance. This means that in most cases there will not be any lawsuit following a motor vehicle accident.  … Read more »

  • Midwifery in Alberta

    The birth of a child is one of the most exciting times in a couple’s life.  Most deliveries result in a beautiful baby, and tired, but delighted parents. However, there are times when this isn’t the result.  When complications arise that put both the mother and the child at risk.  If these complicat … Read more »

  • New Report Finds Needless Auto Insurance Hikes In Alberta

    By now we have all heard, or have experienced firsthand, that Alberta drivers are facing higher auto insurance rates.  The insurance companies blame the rising insurance rates on increasing claims and expense costs that are exceeding the premiums.  Fair Alberta Injury Regulations (“FAIR”), an Albert … Read more »

  • Sepsis – The World’s Leading Cause of Death

    A recently published study in the medical journal, The Lancet, has found that sepsis is the leading cause of death in the world.   In fact, it is more widespread than cancer or coronary disease.  Sepsis is responsible for one in five deaths worldwide.  The study found that in 2017, an estimated 48.9 … Read more »

  • E-Scooters Were a Success in 2019: What Changes Can We Expect for the Return in Spring 2020?

    In Calgary, e-scooter riders are taking the winter off.  In the meantime, city officials are reviewing all of the data collected by the city, Alberta Health Services and ride-share companies to assess the successes and failures of the four month pilot project. A shared e-bike pilot project began in … Read more »