, British Columbia's NDP government has been researching the possibility of implementing a policy that rewards safe drivers who disable their phones' communicative functions—no calling or messaging—on the roads with an insurance discount.
Newfoundland has been making swift progress on its auto insurance review and got a nice nod of approval from IBC after releasing the terms of reference for the review.
Say what you want about millennials in Canada, but the reality is that they are entering their prime home-buying years in a landscape where their demand is unlikely to be satisfied.
A study from Square One Insurance services has found that over 80 per cent of the people it surveyed fail to properly insure their belongings when moving to a new home.
Nova Scotian drivers will soon have the opportunity to take part in a new-age insurance program that has already proven successful in both Ontario and Alberta.