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Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

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When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

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British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

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When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

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ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

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It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

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CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

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Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

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Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

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Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

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Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

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SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

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MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

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Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

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When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

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ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

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Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

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Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

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Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

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SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

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MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

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Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

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Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

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Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

Categories:

Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

Categories:

Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

Categories:

Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

Categories:

Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

Categories:

Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

Read More

Categories:

British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

image001-14.jpg

When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

Read More

Categories:

ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_25064169-8.jpg

It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

Read More

Categories:

CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_61769148-13.jpg

Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

Read More

Categories:

Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Cyber-32.jpeg

A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

Read More

Categories:

Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

cannabis-sativa-leaf-28.jpg

Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

Read More

Categories:

Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Helmet-2.jpg

Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

Read More

Categories:

Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

Alcohol-Pixabay-Reuse-8.jpeg

Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

Read More

Categories:

SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

SGI_logo_colour-11.jpg

Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

Read More

Categories:

MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

Insurance-Policy-18.jpg

Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

Read More

Categories:

Brokers, who needs middleman insurers anyway?

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

Dollarphotoclub_82175211-23.jpg

When looking to other markets to emulate, it is perhaps a surprise to see Canadian brokers look to Estonia. However, the small European country has been innovating with its brokerages…

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British Columbia named Canada’s most expensive auto insurance market as IBC calls for competition

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

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When thinking of the most expensive auto insurance markets in Canada, Ontario usually tops the list. However, there has been a change over the last year and new data shows…

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ICBC: 350,000 collisions in British Columbia during 2017

By: Luke Jones|July 18, 2018|12:00 am

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It has been one of the insurance stories of the last year, the near financial ruin of the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC). Rising claims, collisions, and repair costs…

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CTA’s 10-point plan aims to bring safety to trucking, including preventing distracted driving

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Improving safety across driving industries and combatting infractions like distracted driving are the focus of a new 10-point action plan published by the Canadian Trucking Alliance (CTA). Toronto-based CTA is…

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Is privacy the price for affordable premiums?

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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A new insurance solution is becoming the hot ticket in Canada and it is probably going to be the future of auto insurance. You can call it usage-based insurance (UBI)…

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Insurers cautious on medical marijuana

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Canada has set a finalized October data for the legalization of recreational marijuana and insurers are preparing coverage to manage it. However, company are at the same time becoming more…

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Deadly weekend leads Quebec police to issue motorcyclist warning

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Last weekend was not a good one for motorcyclists in Quebec, with six serious accidents in the province, of which three were fatal. In response, the police in Quebec has…

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Canada’s controversial impaired driving reforms are now a month old

By: Luke Jones|July 17, 2018|12:00 am

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Much of the news has been dominated by distracted driving increases in Canada. Fatalities involving distracted driving have overtaken those involving impaired driving. Of course, that does not mean drink…

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SGI seeks insurance rate decrease

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

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Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI) is bucking a nationwide trend and says it will apply for a rate decrease. The public insurance provider will present its application to the Saskatchewan Rate…

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MyPlan pay-as-you-go auto insurance launches in Ontario

By: Luke Jones|July 16, 2018|12:00 am

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Back in May, we discussed CAA Insurance MyPace program, an auto insurance solution that brought pay-as-you-go car coverage to Ontario (and indeed Canada) for the first time. The company has…

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