Left Navigation Featured NewsAuto Insurance Attitudes in British ColumbiaFeatured NewsNovember is Financial Literacy Month1 in 2 Canadians wants to know more about home and auto insurance and how it fits into their financial plans.Featured NewsKnow Your PolicyAfter a loss happens, everyday life can change in big ways. Now is the time to Know Your Policy and better protect yourself.Featured NewsBC WildfireWildfire situation in British Columbia and surrounding area: IBC is here to help – Safety remains first priority44 Media Centre Media ReleaseNational Roundtable on Flood Risk to convene in Regina on Thursday November 16, 2017Last spring, thousands of Canadians were flooded nation-wide and many lost their homes and much of their life savings as a result. Severe weather events are increasing in both frequency and intensity as a result of our changing climate.Fraud AlertPossible Phishing AttemptInsurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has been informed that several consumers have been contacted by an individual who claims to represent IBC. The caller states that he is seeking personal information in order to help settle an insurance claim. 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 Getting ready for the next big stormWinter storms can strike without warning. They can bring with them poor visibility, low temperatures, high winds, significant snowfall and, on occasion, freezing rain. Ice dams on roofs or frozen pipes can cause problems when the temperature drops. Being prepared is your best defence.Young, first-time driver looking for insurance?Compare prices, coverage options and service. You may even receive a discount for being a student or requesting an online quote.Teaching children about insuranceChildren are quick learners. In a world where economic knowledge is key, they need to know how money works, and how insurance fits in a good financial plan. But how do you engage them?