Featured NewsCyber Security Awareness MonthCriminals are attempting to take advantage of the pandemic and aggressively targeting commercial enterprises. Small and medium-sized businesses need to be vigilant. Learn more.Featured NewsWildfire - What you need to knowIf you’ve been affected by a wildfire, here is some information to help you understand your insurance coverage and the various stages of the claims process.Featured NewsHailstorms Are Becoming More Severe and Frequent – Are You Prepared?Featured 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 ReleaseMany small businesses vulnerable to cyber attacksOctober 5, 2021 (Toronto) – Despite the increased threat of cyber attacks during the pandemic, almost half of Canadian small businesses surveyed say they do not allocate any portion of their annual operating budget to cyber security. Media ReleaseIBC transfers its investigative services to ÉquitéSeptember 27, 2021 (TORONTO) – Insurance Bureau of Canada's (IBC's) Board of Directors has approved the transfer of its Investigative Services (IS) division to Équité AssociationMedia ReleasePrairie Storms cause $120 million in insured damageSeptember 23, 2021 (EDMONTON) – Two storms this summer across Alberta and Saskatchewan caused a total of $120 million in insured damage. Media ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada Statement following Liberal Party of Canada’s Announcement on Climate ResilienceAugust 18, 2021 (OTTAWA): Justin Trudeau announced that, if re-elected, his government will build on the success of the EnerGuide home rating system for energy efficiency by developing a companion approach for scoring the climate resilience of our homesMedia ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada Statement following Federal Government’s National Adaptation Strategy Consultation ReportAugust 11, 2021 (OTTAWA): On Monday, the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) issued a dire ‘code red for humanity’ warning that, due to past inaction, extreme weather will only get worse. 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.