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C-NRPP/CARST Program Insurance Discussion

  • 23 Jan 2020
  • 1:00 PM
  • GoToMeeting


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Join us for a discussion on CARST/C-NRPP's proposed insurance program.

Please complete the pre-webinar survey which will be sent out prior to the webinar.  Questions submitted through the survey will be included in the webinar discussion.  There will be additional opportunity to chat and ask questions during the seminar.


Adam Thomson is a commercial insurance broker and has been with Toole Peet Insurance for the past 8 years. He holds a Chartered Insurance Professional designation from the Insurance Institute of Canada. Prior to working at Toole Peet, Adam was an underwriter for Aviva Canada, underwriting several different types of accounts and programs. Adam currently manages and administrates the RealProSure program, which is the largest Real Estate industry insurance program in Canada. Adam is the insurance advisor for more than 7,000 Real Estate professionals and 260 brokerages in 6 provinces. He also manages many other national and provincial insurance programs. Using digital tools available, he has been able to digitalize the insurance process for many large groups, creating efficiencies and low cost solutions.

C-NRPP/CARST Program Insurance Discussion

Thursday, January 23, 2020

2pm AST, 1pm EST, noon CST, 11am MST, 10 am PST


  1. Introduction to Insurance
  2. Welcome Adam Thomson from Toole Peet
  3. Discussion of program
  4. Review of Survey Questions
  5. Question and Answer
  6. Next steps

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