Blog Category: Regulations

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

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Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

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Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

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Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

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New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

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The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

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Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

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Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

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New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

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Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

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Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

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Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

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OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

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The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

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ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

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British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

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Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

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The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

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Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

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Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

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New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

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Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

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New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

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Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

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Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

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OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

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ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

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British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

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Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

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The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

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Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

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Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

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New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

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Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

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New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

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Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

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Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

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OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

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ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

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Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

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Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

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Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

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Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

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New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

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Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

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Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

Read More

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OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

Read More

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ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

Read More

Categories:

Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

Read More

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New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

Read More

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Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

Categories:

Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

Read More

Categories:

OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

Read More

Categories:

Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

Read More

Categories:

New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

Read More

Categories:

Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

Categories:

Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

Read More

Categories:

OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

Read More

Categories:

Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

Read More

Categories:

New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

Read More

Categories:

Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

Categories:

Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

Read More

Categories:

OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

Read More

Categories:

Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

Read More

Categories:

New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

Read More

Categories:

Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

Categories:

Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

Read More

Categories:

OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

Read More

Categories:

Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

Self20driving20car.jpg

Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

Read More

Categories:

New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

Ontario20Distracted20Driving20Laws-1.jpg

Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

Read More

Categories:

Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

Railway20Crash.jpg

A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

Read More

Categories:

Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_68558828.jpg

Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

Read More

Categories:

OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_31271739.jpg

The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_54411228.jpg

British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

Read More

Categories:

Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275.jpg

The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

Read More

Categories:

Ontario government will miss pledge to cut insurance rates

By: Luke Jones|July 21, 2015|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_34655275-1.jpg

Ontario Premier Kathleen Wynne and the Liberal government will miss its own pledge to lower Ontario auto insurance premiums by next month after a slight rise during the second quarter….

Read More

Categories:

Toronto Uber war rages on

By: Callum Micucci|July 14, 2015|12:00 am

Uber20Toronto20War.jpg

Uber and the City of Toronto continue to trade blows despite a recent court ruling that denied the city’s attempt to halt the service. This week, a Toronto city councillor…

Read More

Categories:

New rules could change the way you fight tickets

By: Callum Micucci|July 7, 2015|12:00 am

Administrative20Monetary20Penalty.jpg

The Ontario government is proposing a controversial new method for challenging traffic tickets. The Ministry of the Attorney General is considering shifting to an online dispute resolution system that they…

Read More

Categories:

Freedom and privacy questions remain for self-driving cars

By: Callum Micucci|June 11, 2015|12:00 am

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Self-driving cars have been the talk of the tech world lately, with some estimates pegging their commercial release for as early as 2017, while conservative estimates suggest 2020 or later….

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New bill cracks down on distracted driving

By: Callum Micucci|June 4, 2015|12:00 am

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Queen’s Park passed new legislation June 4 that introduced new penalties for Ontarians convicted of distracted driving. In an amendment to the Highway Traffic Act, drivers who talk on the…

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Bill would require high-risk rail shipments to have higher insurance limits

By: Callum Micucci|May 15, 2015|12:00 am

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A new bill in the House of Commons would require shipping companies to increase their insurance coverage limits on high-risk shipments by rail, following the Lac-Mégantic railway disaster in 2013….

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Self-driving cars involved in minor collisions

By: Callum Micucci|May 12, 2015|12:00 am

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Four self-driving cars in California have been involved in minor car accidents since September, when the state began issuing test permits to self-driving car companies, according to AP. Two of…

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OPP report increase in impaired driving

By: Callum Micucci|May 11, 2015|12:00 am

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The Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) have seen an increase in impaired driving charges compared to this same period last year. In the past 30 days, the provincial police have charged…

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ICBC launches high-risk driving campaign

By: Callum Micucci|May 6, 2015|12:00 am

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British Columbia police are stepping up high risk driving enforcement in May as part of an initiative between the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC), the B.C. government, and police….

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Ontario budget takes aim at car insurance costs

By: Callum Micucci|April 24, 2015|12:00 am

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The Ontario Liberal government is taking steps to lower insurance costs for drivers in its 2015 budget, attempting to make good on its promise from two years ago. In the…

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