In the last year, an alarming majority of Canadian establishments reported falling victim to multiple cyber attacks, according to a recent report by Carbon Black. These breaches are not only incredibly costly to the organizations and encouraging to [...] Read More
In the spirit of spring cleaning... when was the last time you replaced your HVAC filters? Often overlooked, your home’s heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system which keeps the air in your home clean, at a [...] Read More
Our Annual Shred-a-Thons are back... with 3 shred days coming up the beginning of June. Schill Insurance is hosting Shred-A-Thons this June in Coquitlam, Delta, and Ocean Park to raise money for charity - and help clear out the [...] Read More
Life insurance is not something many like to think about... but if you have dependents who rely on you for financial support, then life insurance is really about protecting them in case something happens to you.
We have a [...] Read More
Professional liability—sometimes called Errors and Omissions (E&O) liability—results from errors or omissions in the performance of professional services. *** Sound On***
Insurance (really anything insurance related) is never the highlight of one's day... that being said - It’s a good [...] Read More
Every little bit counts
Each month, over 307,000 Canadian children turn to food banks in Canada for help. School breakfast, lunch and after school programs provide much needed support, but where do those children go in July and August?
Help [...] Read More
Are you moving or purchasing a new property? We have a checklist for that - download it here → SI Moving Checklist.
→ Did you know that most home insurance policies cover your belongings, both in your old and new home for a period [...] Read More
Get ready for feel-good Friday. We can’t think of anything that makes us happier than our peeps, so as a new initiative we’re going to spotlight a couple staff members throughout the month and share a few fun [...] Read More
How would employees escape from your worksite in the event of an emergency? Do they know where all the exit routes are in case their first choice is too crowded? Are they sure doors will be unlocked? Did [...] Read More
Over the years, there has been an increase in the number of extreme weather related incidents. Over 60% of British Columbians now live in a region where some of the largest earthquakes in the world occur. The best defences against [...] Read More