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Protect Your Property: Emergency Preparedness Week

Don't wait until an emergency hits to take precautions with your property. Did you know that many insurers won't provide coverage for properties within a certain distance of a wildfire, even if that wildfire is in a different municipality?

Financial resilience is about more than just having money in the bank; insurance is a financial safety net. When you have the right coverage, it helps you and your loved ones’ during recovery. Do you know what your policy does, and doesn't, cover?

Hazards such as flooding, wildfire and extreme temperatures are typical throughout Alberta and can pose a significant risk to you, your loved ones and your property. Knowing your risk to the hazards in your community can help you reduce the impact of an emergency.

When looking to develop or buy property, try to avoid high-risk areas. If you aren’t looking to move, assess your property and take steps to reduce your risk.

Reach out to your insurance provider to make sure your policies fully protect you, your property and belongings.

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