The provincial government of Manitoba is being accused of interfering in the setting of the province’s auto insurance rates – a typically independent process.
During the final day of a Public Utilities Board (PUB) hearing over Manitoba Public Insurance’s (MPI) auto insurance rates for next year, the Manitoba branch of the Consumers’ Association of Canada (CAC) alleged that the Pallister government is meddling with the utility board’s capacity to set rates.
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