Blog Category: Car Insurance

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

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Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

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Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

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Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

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NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

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Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

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Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

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IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

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Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

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Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

Toronto_rail_corridor_in_the_snow

Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

Read More

Categories:

Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

4G20in20Cars-11.jpg

Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

Dollarphotoclub_553258792028129-15.jpg

Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

Read More

Categories:

Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

Dollarphotoclub_75259446-12.jpg

Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

Read More

Categories:

Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

marijuana-1.jpg

Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

Read More

Categories:

NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

Read More

Categories:

Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

Intact-Insurance

Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

Read More

Categories:

Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

Dollarphotoclub_72873804-20.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

Read More

Categories:

IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

auto-insurance-freeuse-5.jpg

In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

Read More

Categories:

IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

Insurance_Corporation_of_British_Columbia_Logo.svg_-32.png

The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

Read More

Categories:

Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

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Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

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Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

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Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

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ICBC to debut new regulations limiting expert witness in auto injury suits

By: Luke Jones|February 18, 2019|1:26 pm

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Among the measures the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia will implement to cut costs are new auto injury lawsuit rules. The British Columbia government says the measures will also have…

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Why increasing auto insurance premiums don’t always mean disgruntled clients

By: Luke Jones|February 15, 2019|2:01 pm

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Across Canada’s most populated provinces, motorists are facing increasingly expensive auto insurance premiums. Most customers place the blame for rising costs on insurance companies without necessarily understanding the deeper issues…

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Cannabis edibles present issues for loss adjusters says legal expert

By: Luke Jones|February 14, 2019|4:18 pm

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Last October, the federal enacted its legislation to allow Canadians to legally sell, buy, and consumer marijuana for legal purposes. However, edibles containing cannabis were not part of the initial…

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NL auto insurance report lands without recommendations

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|2:08 pm

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After a year-long review into its auto insurance system, Newfoundland and Labrador has a report but no course of action. The Public Utilities Board (PUB) published a detailed 186-page report…

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Intact keeps auto insurance steady and sees no early impact from cannabis

By: Luke Jones|February 6, 2019|7:46 am

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Back in October, the federal government introduced the Cannabis Act, which legalized recreational cannabis. However, despite being available for four months, Canada’s largest insurance company says it is too early…

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Saskatchewan places monthly spotlight on drivers not wearing seatbelts

By: Luke Jones|February 1, 2019|8:59 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) has announced its monthly traffic spotlight. During February, police in Saskatchewan will be looking for motorists not wearing their seatbelts. SGI warns that offending drivers could…

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IBC welcomes NL auto insurance report despite lack of recommendations

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:30 pm

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In a statement today, the Newfoundland and Labrador (NL) Board of Commissioners of Public Utilities (PUB) published its report on the auto insurance system in the province. The report follows…

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IBC repeats call for private auto insurance in British Columbia

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|6:12 pm

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The outlook for auto insurance in British Columbia is hardly impressive, with the market set to face continued problems. After several years of losing money, the situation around the public…

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Toronto snow storm caused 400 collisions in 24 hours

By: Luke Jones|January 31, 2019|1:10 pm

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Ontario has been battered by the full force of winter this week and nearly a foot of snow over 24 hours in and around Toronto has left a wide impact….

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Which countries are warming to autonomous vehicles?

By: Luke Jones|January 30, 2019|6:42 pm

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Countries around the world ramped up their efforts in the testing of autonomous vehicles through 2018. Self-driving tested was impacted following a fatality involving an Uber autonomous vehicle in Arizona…

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