Left Navigation Media Releases Read some of our recent news releases. Each year, IBC responds to more than 700 requests from the media for information and interviews. IBC works to increase Canadians’ understanding of the home, auto and business insurance industry. To book an interview with an IBC spokesperson, please contact a member of our media relations team or complete a Media Request Form. For media inquiries during regular business hours, contact:Vanessa BarrasaManager, Media RelationsTel: 416-362-2031 ext. 4312Email: email@example.comAnne MorinMedia Relations (French and English language, Quebec region only)Office: 514-288-2563, ext. 2229Email: firstname.lastname@example.org For urgent media inquiries Steve KeeDirector, Media RelationsOffice: 416-362-2031 ext. 4387Cell: 416-841-5669 Email: email@example.com For all other inquiries, please visit Contact Us to reach an IBC representative. FilterSelect Region Canada Alberta British Columbia Manitoba New Brunswick Newfoundland and Labrador Nova Scotia Northwest Territories Nunavut Ontario Prince Edward Island Quebec Saskatchewan Yukon All Regions Select Section About Us Auto Business Disaster Home IBC Advantage Insurance 101 Legal Members Resources The Future All Categories Media Releases SortDateTitleDescriptionCat.Reg.Astronaut announces theme for SHAD summer program from the International Space Station7/4/2018 | Resources | NationalNASA and Canadian astronaut Drew Feustel surprised the 1,000 high school studentsby announcing the 2018 theme for the summer program via video message from the International Space StationAs water levels recede, IBC encourages New Brunswickers to contact their insurance representatives and keep receipts5/17/2018 | Resources | nbMay 17, 2018 (HALIFAX) – IBC is encouraging residents affected by flooding in New Brunswick to call their insurance representatives immediately if they have damage to report and to keep all receipts related to the cleanup.April ice storm caused more than $190 million in insured damage5/9/2018 | Resources | NationalInsurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) reports that the mid-April ice storm that affected Southern Ontario resulted in more than $190 million in insured damage, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. (CatIQ). Flood Factor: Insurance Bureau of Canada aims to help Canadian homeowners better understand the risk of flooding5/3/2018 | Resources | NationalMay 3, 2018 (TORONTO) – Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) today kicked-off a new consumer flood education campaign that will take place this spring and summer in communities in British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario.Early April storm caused more than $85 million in insured damage across Ontario and Quebec4/30/2018 | Resources | NationalWeather-related insured damages in Ontario over half a billion dollars in the past year.Significant flooding hits New Brunswick: IBC reminds consumers to be prepared4/30/2018 | Resources | nbApril 30, 2018 (HALIFAX) – Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is encouraging residents affected by flooding in New Brunswick over the weekend to call their insurance representatives immediately if they have damage to report. IBC welcomes the creation of expert panel on sustainable finance4/12/2018 | Resources | NationalThe federal government announced that it will create the Sustainable Finance Expert Panel, which will consult with Canada’s business leaders, including insurers, on opportunities related to sustainable finance, including climate-related disclosuresThe Future of Insurance: Sixty percent of Canadians would choose digital access to insurance documents4/9/2018 | Resources | NationalInsurance Bureau of Canada today released the results of a survey that shows consumers want tech-enabled insurance products and services, highlighting the need for regulations to permit greater innovation in regulation overseeing the insurance industry.IBC signs on to UN Environment’s Principles for Sustainable Insurance3/14/2018 | Resources | NationalMarch 14, 2018 (TORONTO) – Today, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) announced that it has signed on to UN Environment’s Principles for Sustainable Insurance.January winter storms, floods caused more than $54 million in insured damage across Eastern Canada3/8/2018 | Resources | on qc nb nl ns peInsurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) reports that a significant winter storm event which resulted in more than $54 million in insured damage, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. (CatIQ).19350 Previous 1234567 Next Related ServicesOp-edOn behalf of its members, IBC works to increase the understanding of breaking and current news regarding home, auto and business insurance. IBC produces regular opinion and editorial content (op-eds) for the media.Fraud AlertsIBC issues fraud alerts to inform consumers about scams. Fake policies and non-existent insurance companies can put you and your insured property at risk.SpeechesAt events across Canada, IBC insurance experts share their knowledge by speaking on everything from severe weather to property and casualty coverage. IBC also regularly hosts public and industry events to relay news about the home, auto and business insurance industry. Media RequestsOn behalf of its members, IBC works to increase Canadians’ understanding of home, auto and business insurance. From timely news releases and op-eds, to fraud alerts, bulletins, speeches, blogs and more, IBC’s publications are recognized as a key source of Canadian insurance industry information. Useful LinksAbout UsInsurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is the national industry association representing Canada’s private home, auto and business insurers. Its member companies represent 90% of the Canadian property and casualty (P&C) insurance market. Contact UsIBC has consumer information centres in each of its regional offices to address your specific questions. If IBC’s information officers do not know the answers to your questions, they will direct you to someone who does. Vision and MandateConsumers and governments trust, value and support the private property and casualty insurance industry, and its products and services.