Provincial Government Tries to Save ICBC

On the heels of the news that the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is on the brink of insolvency, the BC provincial government has stepped in and implemented reforms – that are effective immediately – regarding the handling of vehicle injury court cases. British Columbia Attorney…

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3 Things to Know About At-Fault Car Accidents & Insurance Rates

If you’re ever involved in an at-fault accident, first things first, we hope everyone involved is safe and injury-free. When your mind switches to the auto insurance side of things, there are some things you need to know. For starters, just because you’re in an at-fault accident, that doesn’t me…

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What to do if you lose your passport while traveling abroad?

If you’re traveling in your home country, your phone, wallet, keys are all you need. If you’re heading abroad, you’re going to need your phone, wallet, PASSPORT, keys. If you lose or get your passport stolen abroad, what should you do next? We have you covered! Contact Your Government As a Ca…

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Weather Related Insurance Claims Hit Nearly $2B in Canada in 2018

According to data from the Catastrophe Indices & Quantifications Inc., the amount of insured damaged from extreme weather in Canada in 2018 hit $1.9 billion. As Canada’s climate continues to evolve, the amount of insurance claims due to weather has been increasing. Canadians are seeing extre…

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5 New Year’s Resolutions That Will Save You Money in 2019

Now that you’ve spent all your money selflessly buying Christmas and holiday gifts for others to end 2018, the time is now to start looking for ways to look after your money and build up some savings that will enable you to give even more generously in 2019 and beyond. Here are 5 New Year’s reso…

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Ontario: 2nd Annual Aviva Fraud Report on Car Insurance Premiums

Aviva Canada released their 2nd annual Aviva Fraud Report, querying Ontarians and their awareness around car insurance fraud, and found that the people support increases in severe fraud penalties, even more so than last year. Included in the latest survey was the news that 88% of Ontarians belie…

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