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Kelowna senior fights with insurance company

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Shirley Krushen and Patrick Bentley (CBC)

A Kelowna senior is fighting a major Canadian insurance company for money she says it owes her.

Seventy four year old Shirley Krushen expected an annuity that her husband set up 30 years ago would continue until she died.
   
But the company, Canada Life, says the annuity ended when her husband died a year ago, despite a document that shows otherwise.  

Brady Strachan has details.

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