Left Navigation Featured NewsFinancial Literacy MonthFinancial Literacy Month aims to empower Canadians with the knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions. Featured NewsProtect your organization from cyber crimeCyber attacks are organizational risks that businesses can be exposed to with just an errant click of a mouse.Featured NewsAlberta wildfire - What you need to knowIf you’ve been affected by the Alberta wildfire, here is some information to help you understand your insurance coverage and the various stages of the claims process.Featured NewsIt's time for changeMeet Gail. She spent some time at the Museum of Outdated Technology. Or as she calls it, the “MOOT.” Gail loves the MOOT but made some interesting discoveries when she visited the “Insurance” exhibit… click to watch.44 Media Centre Media ReleaseUsing Richer Cross-Sector Data to Better Evaluate Flood RiskOctober 1, 2019 (Ottawa) – A new study released today highlights the potential to improve the accuracy of flood hazard maps by incorporating richer data. Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is pleased to launch ‘Know Your Policy’, an online campaign designed to promote insurance literacy among Canadian consumers. A car collision, a home damaged by wind or hail and a business interrupted by vandalism or floods are risks that people face each day. After a loss happens, everyday life can change in many different ways. Now is the time to know your policy and better protect yourself. Be PreparedCanada’s weather patterns are evolving, and severe weather is occurring more frequently. Know what governments and the insurance industry are doing to mitigate damage and loss, as well as what they can do to help manage a crisis when disaster strikes. IBC Blog Disaster Proofing CanadaP&C insurers call for partnership on a made-in-Canada flood programInsurance InnovatiONSmart solutions for Ontario driversBC - Better Auto InsuranceNow, more than ever, it is time for change… and choice.