Wanted – a little car insurance
A popular Canadian parade attraction is being cancelled because it can’t get coverage. The cars, however, are a little unusual
Tree crushes car in Montreal, insurer leaves handy flyer
A tree fell onto a nearby car parked along Hutchison Street; an insurance company was kind enough to leave a flyer at the scene to help the poor car owner
Are Canadian drivers finally getting safer?
Decline in demerit points issued in Calgary. But what's driving the change?
Toyota issues yet another mass recall of cars to resolve potential suspension problems
This is the third recall for the affected cars, which are vulnerable to a rusting problem that could lead to vehicle control loss if left unattended
Insured cars taken without consent are considered uninsured: Ontario Superior Court
The provincial court made the ruling in a recent case, where the court examined the availability of coverage to a policyholder’s spouse when the vehicle was operated without consent
Insurance requirements for Uber still not enforced in Toronto
Despite a new bylaw, Uber technically still doesn’t have to comply with new insurance regulations, complains taxi industry
Peer-to-peer car sharing service Turo and the potential of its insurance model
Already operating in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, Turo could set a precedent in peer-to-peer insurance models
Do your clients ever wonder why their auto insurance premium is so high?
We may think of ourselves as being some of the best drivers in the world, learning on roads that are sometimes coated with ice, sometimes melting or flooded – but there’s one important fact that we might be the worst in the world at
Emerging automobile technologies could put insurers out of work
With driverless cars and telematics gaining ground, personal auto insurers are beginning to ponder their place in the automobile industry
Hailstorm Alley causes millions in damage, claims
The region hosts more than 40 hail storms each summer, causing policyholders and insurers running for cover