Featured NewsSevere Weather in 2022 Caused $3.1 Billion in Insured Damage – making it the 3rd Worst Year for Insured Damage in Canadian HistoryEvery community across Canada is at heightened risk of natural catastrophes January 18, 2023 (TORONTO) – Severe weather across Canada continues to highlight the financial costs of a changing climate to insurers, governments and taxpayers. Nationally, insured damage for severe weather events reached $3.1 billion last year, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. (CatIQ). Featured NewsWinter SafetyCanadian winters are tough. From coast-to-coast we all need to be prepared for winter’s wrath. And preparation should start as soon as possible. Featured NewsAre you cyber savvy at work?As cyber threats increase, it’s more important than ever for businesses and employees to take proactive measures to help protect themselves.Featured NewsSevere Weather in 2021 Caused 2.1 Billion in Insured DamageSevere weather across Canada continues to highlight the financial costs of a changing climate to both insurers and taxpayers.44 New and Trending Media ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada Responds to New GFIA Report on Global Protection GapsMarch 14, 2023 (TORONTO) – A new report released today by the GFIA underscores the need for governments and the private sector to collaborate more closely to address threats of Canadians by natural catastrophes.Media ReleaseOpinion: It's time to invest in a national flood insurance programCanada is becoming a riskier and more dangerous place to live. That's not an opinion – it's a fact.Media ReleaseIBC welcomes its new President & CEO, Celyeste PowerJanuary 31, 2023 (TORONTO) – Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is proud to welcome Celyeste Power as its new President and CEO. Power's appointment was announced in November of 2022, and her tenure officially began on January 1.Media ReleaseSevere Weather in 2022 Caused $3.1 Billion in Insured Damage – making it the 3rd Worst Year for Insured Damage in Canadian HistoryJanuary 18, 2023 (TORONTO) – Nationally, insured damage for severe weather events reached $3.1 billion last year, according to Catastrophe Indices and Quantification Inc. (CatIQ).Media ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada statement: Government of Canada’s National Adaptation StrategyNovember 24, 2022 (OTTAWA) – Today, the Government of Canada released its first-ever National Adaptation Strategy entitled, "Canada's National Adaptation Strategy: Building Resilient Communities and a Strong Economy." 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.