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U.S. insurer acquires storied Canadian company

One of Canada’s oldest insurance companies is being sold for $1.125-billion to a major U.S. insurer, in a deal that will see the business fall into foreign hands for the first time since it was founded by Sir John A. Macdonald in 1887.

Dominion of Canada General Insurance Co. is to be acquired by The Travelers Companies Inc.