Featured NewsNow, more than ever, it is time for change… and choice#BetterAutoInsuranceBC11 New and Trending Media ReleaseIBC and CANATICS combine efforts to fight fraudFEBRUARY 3, 2020 (TORONTO) – The Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) Board of Directors agreed to create an industry advisory group to lead the development of a strategy to ensure a smooth transition of anti-fraud services to a single entity.Media ReleaseNew Auto Insurance System, Same Old Story: BC Drivers Pay Much More than Alberta DriversJanuary 28, 2020 (VANCOUVER) – Auto insurance in British Columbia (BC) and Alberta is substantially the same, according to a new report from accounting firm MNP. The price drivers are paying, however, is very different. Media ReleaseSevere Weather Caused $1.3 Billion in Insured Damage in 2019January 21, 2020 (TORONTO) – Insured damage for these severe weather events reached $1.3 billion last year, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. Media ReleaseTech-savvy Thieves Don’t Need Your KeysDecember 3, 2019 (TORONTO) – While the technology in our vehicles continues to evolve, so do sophisticated auto thieves who are using technology to bypass security systems and electronically gain access to Canadians' vehicles.Media ReleaseIndependent Contractors and Businesses Association Joins Campaign to End ICBC’s MonopolyOctober 23, 2019 (Vancouver, BC) – Driving Choice is pleased to announce that the Independent Contractors and Businesses Association has joined as a partner in the campaign calling for more choice and competition in car insurance in BC 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.