Blog Category: Car Insurance

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

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ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

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Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

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Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

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Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

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Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

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Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

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Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

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Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

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Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

Categories:

Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

Categories:

Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

Categories:

Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

Categories:

Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

Categories:

Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

Read More

Categories:

BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

uber-taxi-service-29.jpg

British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

Dollarphotoclub_77294780-43.jpg

The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

Read More

Categories:

Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-9.jpg

Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

Dollarphotoclub_11685060-23.jpg

British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

Distracted-driving-Flickr-free-21.jpg

Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

Read More

Categories:

Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

Dollarphotoclub_5532587928129-7.jpg

In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

Read More

Categories:

Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

Dollarphotoclub_92878806-12.jpg

In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

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British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

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The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

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Saskatchewan new semi training laws will start in March

By: Luke Jones|December 5, 2018|7:02 am

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Saskatchewan’s response to the Humboldt Broncos crash is ready to be introduced. The province is launching its new mandatory training legislation for semi-truck drivers, eight months after the Humboldt Broncos…

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Parents remain concerned about distracted driving in young drivers

By: Luke Jones|December 3, 2018|1:59 pm

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Distracted driving is becoming an increasing problem around Canada, with most provinces citing the infraction as the leading cause of injury and fatalities on roads. Smartphones are the center of…

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Insurers left in a wait-and-see situation following marijuana legalization

By: Luke Jones|November 30, 2018|2:42 pm

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Recreational cannabis for Canadian adults is now legal and has been for over a month since the Cannabis Act was enacted on Oct. 17. However, despite the legislation being in…

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ICBC to cut ad budget in half to focus on policing

By: Luke Jones|November 29, 2018|6:55 am

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British Columbia continues to search for ways to ease the financial pressures on the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). The latest measure introduced by the province’s Attorney General will…

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Saskatchewan reports record numbers of distracted driving offences during October

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|2:29 pm

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Distracted driving continues to be a persistent and increasing issue on roads around Canada. In Saskatchewan, distracted driving already accounts for more road fatalities than impaired driving. Through October, there…

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Taxpayer’s Federation joins calls for auto insurance competition in BC

By: Luke Jones|November 28, 2018|8:49 am

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The problems of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) are back in the spotlight this month as the public auto insurer for British Columbia revealed a loss of over…

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Brokers must ask for insurer clarification regarding HST

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|1:40 pm

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In recent weeks, Harmonized Sales Tax (HST) has been a hot topic in the Ontario insurance industry. 11 of the country’s largest insurance providers are facing lawsuits for ignoring regulations…

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Are customers getting a good deal from winter tire discounts in Ontario?

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|9:33 am

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In Ontario, motorists receive auto insurance discounts for installing winter tires. The good news is this discount is mandatory since the Ontario government compelled insurers to offer reduced premiums to…

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BC Liberals create legislation to bring ride-sharing to province by February

By: Luke Jones|November 27, 2018|7:37 am

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British Columbia has finalized its legislation for the introduction of ride-sharing in the province, paving the way for Uber and Lyft to enter the market. However, Vancouver will remain the…

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ICBC reveals it lost $500 million in six months

By: Luke Jones|November 26, 2018|1:17 pm

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The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) has released its latest fiscal financial results, highlighting the monetary troubles facing the public company. In its latest note, the provincial monopoly auto…

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