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Career Connections Recognized

Each year, Career Connections sets out to expose students and career seekers to the rewarding world of careers in insurance. While we engage tens of thousands of elementary and high school students and take part in community based career events, a significant portion of our campaign season is targeted to post-secondary students on campuses across the country ( 80,000+ post-secondary students reached annually at over 100+ events) .
Career Connections Ambassadors at Toast our Success Toronto

Another Successful Campaign Season Complete

This past year Career Connections has reached over 190,000 students and career seekers across the country. From campus career fairs to panel presentations and speed networking events – we are on the go from September to June spreading the word about careers in insurance. This is no small feat for a team of 4. Wonder how we do it?
Image - male insurance professional networking with young female student.

February 2018: #InsuranceCareersMonth – Bringing it all Together!

#InsuranceCareersMonth is coming to a close… Now a global initiative that started out in the United States, this month is all about exploring the rewarding and exciting career paths that the insurance industry has to offer!

Fort McMurray Wildfires - One year later

It's been a year since wildfires engulfed Fort McMurray forcing 80,000 residents from their homes in the largest wildfire evacuation the province of Alberta has ever seen. But that wasn't the only record that was broken - with approximately 2500 homes burned to the ground, and hundreds more left with smoke, water and other damages - the wildfires were also the costliest insured disaster in Canadian history!

Extreme Weather and the Insurance Industry - Flooding

Spring showers bring May flowers - but they can also lead to flooding. The impacts of extreme weather can be great in magnitude and affect the lives and livelihoods of individuals, neighbourhoods or entire communities. Due to the impacts of climate change, flooding has become more and more prevalent worldwide, and has become the most frequent natural hazard in Canada.
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