Featured NewsSpring SeasonAfter a tough winter, spring is a welcome change. But, with the warmer weather comes a new series of challenges. Preparation ahead of severe weather and risks associated with warmer temperatures should start as soon as possible.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 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.33 New and Trending Media ReleaseInsurance experts available to assist Atlantic Canadians affected by ongoing wildfiresMay 29, 2023 (HALIFAX) – With active wildfires in Nova Scotia and New Brunswick, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) has deployed its Community Assistance Mobile Pavilion (CAMP) to provide insurance information to affected residents.Media ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada welcomes two new directors to its BoardMay 24, 2023 (TORONTO) – Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is proud to welcome Saad Mered, CEO, Zurich Canada, and London Bradley, President and CEO, Allstate Insurance Company of Canada, to its Board of Directors.Media ReleaseStay Safe and Secure This Victoria Day Long WeekendMay 18, 2023 (TORONTO) – For many, the upcoming Victoria Day long weekend marks the end of the cooler temperatures and the unofficial start to the warmer summer season.Media ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada Statement: IBC congratulates Public Safety Canada on the release of its National Risk ProfileMay 11, 2023 (OTTAWA): In response to the federal government's release of its National Risk Profile, Celyeste Power, President and CEO, IBC, issued the following statement...Media ReleaseInsurance Bureau of Canada statement: IBC welcomes the federal government’s leadership on Canada’s first National Flood Insurance ProgramMarch 28, 2023 (OTTAWA) – In today's federal budget, the federal government announced the intention to stand up Canada's first National Flood Insurance Program to protect Canadians at highest risk of flooding. 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.