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Canadian cannabis users could see higher premiums when edibles become legal

July 9, 2019

InsurEye in MoneySense

The threshold ranges from two to four cannabis usages per week, depending on the insurer, said Lorne Marr, LSM Insurance’s director of new business development.

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Pot edibles may drive up life insurance premiums

April 30, 2019

InsurEye in MoneySense

Many insurers no longer treat cannabis users as cigarette smokers -- who pay much higher premiums due to the high-risk activity -- provided there is no tobacco or nicotine in the products they use.

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CBC Ontario Morning: Is Four Day Work Week a Good Idea?

July 18, 2019

InsurEye in MoneySense

Since 2008 LSM Insurance has been providing its' employees with an option of working longer days in order to get an extra day off. Lorne Marr, a Director of LSM, suggested an idea of working four days a week during a height of 2008 financial crisis. Thus LSM Insurance became one of the first companies in Ontario that implemented a four day work week.

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Pot edibles could drive up your life insurance premiums

June 27, 2019

InsurEye in MoneySense

Canadians looking to enjoy soon-to-be-legalized pot-infused edibles could get hit with higher insurance premiums – depending on the size of their appetite.

Many insurers no longer treat cannabis users as cigarette smokers – who pay much higher premiums due to the high-risk activity – provided there is no tobacco or nicotine in the products they use.

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Pot edibles may drive up life insurance premiums, depending on consumption level

June 27, 2019

InsurEye in MoneySense

Many insurers no longer treat cannabis users as cigarette smokers -- who pay much higher premiums due to the high-risk activity -- provided there is no tobacco or nicotine in the products they use.

Read more


Pot edibles may drive up life insurance premiums

June 27, 2019

InsurEye in MoneySense

Many insurers no longer treat cannabis users as cigarette smokers -- who pay much higher premiums due to the high-risk activity -- provided there is no tobacco or nicotine in the products they use.

Read more