We’ve compiled some resources to help you better understand the Canadian auto insurance market. Please click on the links below to visit those websites.
Established in the 1960′s, the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is a national association that represents Canada’s auto, home, and business insurers. The IBC’s member companies make up 90% of the property & casualty insurance in the country.
This is a report from Statistics Canada about motor vehicle theft in Canada.
In all provinces of Canada it is compulsory to be covered by insurance against liability for bodily injury, death or damage to the property of others under a motor vehicle liability insurance policy.
The Ontario Ministry of Transportation’s Collision Reporting Centres frequently asked question guide.
The website for information on Transport Canada’s defect investigation and vehicle recalls.
Insurance Regulators by Province
Alberta Insurance Council
Insurance Council of British Columbia
The Insurance Council of Manitoba
The Financial Services Commission of Ontario
New Brunswick Consumer Advocate for Insurance
Newfoundland & Labrador – Insurance, Pensions & Securities
Northwest Territories Department of Finance
Nova Scotia Insurance Review Board
PEI Consumer, Corporate and Insurance Services Division
Autorité des marchés financiers
Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan
Yukon Office of the Superintendent of Insurance
External Websites Disclaimer:
That being said, many of these websites are run by government agencies and trusted insurance associations so you should be able to find a lot of useful material on the following websites.