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The insurance industry is struggling to come to grips with how to measure the risk posed by devastating water damage.

The standard methods of calculating property insurance rates based on historical claims may no longer be reliable because of rapid changes in climate, deteriorating infrastructure and changes in living patterns, according to the Canadian Institute of Actuaries (CIA) and KPMG LLP.

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