Featured NewsCondo/Strata Action PlanWorking together to get condo and strata corporations back on the path to affordable insurance.Featured NewsFinancial Literacy MonthFinancial Literacy Month aims to empower Canadians with the knowledge, skills and confidence to make responsible financial decisions. Featured NewsCyber criminals are attempting to take advantage of the upheaval caused by the COVID-19 pandemicFeatured NewsCOVID-19: Canadian home, auto and business insurance informationThese are uncertain and challenging times. With COVID-19 causing global concern, we understand many Canadians will have questions related to insurance. On this page you’ll find answers to FAQs about insurance and a brief Q&A document outlining how business interruption policies work. 44 New and Trending Media ReleaseInsurers Partner With Federal And Provincial Governments To Ensure All Canadians Are Protected From FloodingNovember 23, 2020 (TORONTO) – Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) congratulates the federal government on the creation of the Task Force on High Risk Residential Flood Insurance and Strategic Relocation. Media ReleaseInsurers stepping up to help small businesses in OntarioTo help struggling small businesses in Ontario secure insurance amidst the economic challenges the COVD-19 pandemic has created, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is announcing the launch of a new Business Insurance Action Team (BIAT)Media ReleaseIBC Statement on the Future of Auto Insurance in British ColumbiaOctober 6, 2020 (Vancouver) - Today, Aaron Sutherland, Vice-President Pacific, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC), issued the following statement: Today, the BC Liberal Party announced...Media ReleaseICBC sees huge savings, yet continues to deny consumers relief during COVID-19September 11, 2020 - The Insurance ICBC has seen hundreds of millions in savings from reduced claims costs due to COVID-19, yet the crown insurer still refuses to return anything to British Columbians struggling economically through the pandemic. Media ReleaseICBC's monopoly is a burden taxpayers simply cannot affordAugust 31, 2020 (VANCOUVER) – Despite charging the highest auto insurance premiums in the country, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) continues to be a financial dumpster fire that both drivers and taxpayers simply cannot afford. 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.