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03.17.20

COVID-19 Notice to Clients


We are now closed to all walk-in traffic We are still processing ICBC transactions on-site, please call us – all numbers listed below.  Now available: Transactions can also be completed by phone and e-mail Ocean Park 1597b – 128 StSurrey BC V4A 3V1 T:604.531.2318E:oceanpark@schillinsurance.com White [...]

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08.28.19

Benefits of Crime Insurance


While you may think your business would never be the victim of a crime, the harsh reality is that nearly every business can become a victim. In this day and age, criminals (including employees) do not need direct [...]

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05.16.19

Getting Trippy this May Long?


May days are here my friends and summer is just around the corner. With clear roads and an extra day tagged on to the weekend, many are breaking free of the winter blues and hitting the open road [...]

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04.30.19

Cyber Attacks Up In Canada


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 [...]

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04.30.19

Spring Cleaning: HVAC Filters


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 [...]

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04.29.19

A Shred-a-Thon Near You


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 [...]

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08.14.18

What is Professional Liability


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 [...]

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07.23.17

Tips to Prevent Workplace Theft


According to Statistics Canada , 15% of all company fraud can be attributed to employees. Small businesses have it tough as they often lack the resources to implement control systems, and with limited staff accounting duties are not segregated. Albeit, [...]

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07.23.17

What You Don’t Know Could Cost You


Employment practices liability claims can affect any size company. Wrongful termination, discrimination and harassment are just a few of the claims employees file against their employers. The litigation toll can be high, resulting in costly payouts, tension and [...]

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07.23.17

5 Exercises to Stay Active at the Office


Sitting in front of a screen all day isn’t a physically stimulating activity, especially if you have meetings, paperwork and deadlines to contend with. However, with a little ingenuity, you can transform some of the time spent at [...]

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07.23.17

Top Cyber Threats of 2016 – How to Deal


The McAfee Labs 2016 Threat Predictions report identifies top threats for the coming year as well as predictions for future cyber threats through 2020. The following is a summary of the report’s findings: Hardware Attacks that exploit flaws in [...]

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07.23.17

Preventing top 4 construction hazards


Preventing the Top 4 Construction Hazards:  You’re good at your job and you love what you do. However, every time you come to work, you risk suffering an injury. The construction site is one of the most hazardous [...]

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07.23.17

How the CPP will Impact Businesses


On June 20, 2016, the federal government and the majority of Canadian provinces reached an agreement in principle regarding changes to the Canada Pension Plan (CPP). The changes will be phased in over the course of seven years, [...]

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07.23.17

Total Cost of Risk. Why You Should Care


More than just a broker   When business owners think of insurance, most they think of the policy they have in place, a premium they pay for, and the peace of mind that if there is an insured loss there is [...]

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07.23.17

Are You Prepared If Disaster Strikes?


From fires to floods, earthquakes to hurricanes, disaster can strike anytime, anywhere, and often with little to no advance warning. According to the Insurance Information Institute, as many as 40 per cent of businesses forced to suspend operations [...]

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07.22.17

The State of Cyber Security in Canada


It doesn’t matter if you’re a Fortune 500 company or a sole proprietorship, in today’s hyper connected business climate, cyber attacks are no longer a question of if, but when. This is especially true in Canada, which remains one [...]

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07.22.17

Cyber attacks are coming to town


You better watch out, you better not cry, cyber attacks are coming to town Sadly, anybody that uses a computer is at risk of a various forms of cyber attacks.  DUN-DUN-DUNNNNN!  A friend of mine was recently a victim [...]

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