Vice-President, Climate Change and Federal Issues Craig StewartCraig Stewart leads national work on disaster resilience and climate change at the Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) - the industry association representing the property and casualty insurance industry in Canada. IBC’s members employ over 122,000 Canadians and paid out $9.8 billion in property claims in 2016, primarily due to severe weather and wildfire.Previous to his work with IBC, Craig directed the Ottawa Bureau and Arctic program for WWF Canada, handled pandemic liaison, trade liaison and humanitarian donations for GlaxoSmithKline (Canada) Ltd., directed a $60 million federal/provincial/territorial program at Natural Resources Canada to elevate the Canadian geospatial industry and founded the Miistakis Institute at the University of Calgary. Craig holds a master of science from the University of Calgary, and a bachelor of arts in political science from the University of Toronto. He is the author of two atlases on the Rocky Mountains of Alberta, British Columbia and Montana. Related ServicesPresident and CEOAs President and CEO of IBC, Celyeste works with Canadian governments and key stakeholders to build a strong, stable P&C industry and a stronger and safer Canada. Previously, Celyeste served as Executive Vice-President, Strategic Initiatives and Advocacy, where she advanced IBC’s national advocacy priorities through foresight for and strategic management of issues affecting Canada’s property and casualty insurance industry.Vice-President, OntarioKim has over 30 years of public policy and government relations experience. Prior to joining IBC in 2015, she worked as a senior consultant for the last 13 years, developing and executing public affairs strategies, and navigating the complexities of the provincial government on behalf of clients.Vice-President, Pacific and WesternAs Vice-President for Insurance Bureau of Canada’s Western region, Aaron directs all of its government relations activities in British Columbia, Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. He is responsible for eliciting positive change and sound public policy on key priorities and member companies’ concerns on strategic property and casualty insurance industry objectives.Vice-President, AtlanticA former communications professional with a talent for consensus-building and government relations, Amanda brings more than 12 years of experience to her role as Vice-President, Atlantic for Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC).Vice-President, QuebecWith more than 20 years of experience in the insurance industry, Johanne Lamanque has held various positions, including General Manager, Regroupement des cabinets de courtage d’assurance du Québec, and Vice-President, Business Development and Corporate Secretary, Groupe Ultima. Useful LinksContact 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.Media ReleasesRead 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.EventsIBC events give IBC – and our industry – an opportunity to share expertise and insights about national and regional insurance imperatives that affect the lives of Canadians. Learn more about upcoming events across Canada.