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A pandemic year to remember

The pandemic accelerated social trends, from retirement challenges and income disparities to systemic inequalities that make it difficult to access health care.
Yet despite these challenges, the CIA, with the help of its incredible volunteers, trusted Board, and dedicated staff, prevailed.

Canada’s actuarial profession: rooted in the strength of our volunteers

CIA volunteers founded and continue to grow the Institute by dedicating their time and effort to produce research, establish standards, offer training and events, and perform outreach to partners and stakeholders. To recognize our volunteers’ remarkable service and dedication, we are proud to re-imagine the CIA Legacy Awards – an annual recognition program that kicked off with a virtual...

How to make the most of the Actuaries Climate Index

Since 2016, the CIA and its partners have released data from the North American Actuaries Climate Index (ACI) every quarter. The most recent release continues the tradition. But what can you do with this data? What does it mean? We caught up with members of the CIA’s Climate Change and Sustainability Committee (CCSC) to learn more about the ACI and help find out how you can make the most of it.

The impact of mental health claims on group benefits: More than meets the eye

Episode 64 of the Seeing Beyond Risk podcast discusses the evolving landscape of mental health along with the impact of mental health claims on group benefits plans and proposes many interesting strategies to help organizations mitigate rising costs. But things are not so simple when it comes to mental health and there are many aspects to consider. Here we will delve deeper into some of the...

Hélène Pouliot and four new directors join CIA Board

The CIA is pleased to announce that five new members have been elected to the CIA Board, effective July 1, 2021. As the Board continues with the collaborative task of advancing the profession and practicing actuaries, it looks forward to drawing on this wealth of expertise to help fulfil the Institute’s vision of financial security for Canadians.

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