Left Navigation Featured NewsBack to SchoolTop 10 back to school safety tips for you and the family.Featured NewsFort McMurray and Surrounding AreaFeatured NewsOntario Auto Insurance ReformsEffective June 1, 2016, there will be changes to the Ontario auto insurance product that will make your premium more affordable and give you more choice.33 Media Centre Media ReleaseIBC Reminds Ontario Students to Buy Tenant InsuranceAugust 30, 2016 (TORONTO) – As students across Ontario get ready for university and college, Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) reminds them of an important item that’s often overlooked: tenant insurance.Event2016 National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC)Whether you are an insurance or reinsurance company executive, a broker, a regulator, a risk-manager or an industry partner, the National Insurance Conference of Canada (NICC) is designed with you in mind. This high level conference addresses the many diverse and complex issues facing leaders of the Canadian property and casualty insurance sector. Insurance Bureau of Canada (IBC) is launching its #likelife campaign by releasing a video to raise awareness of the dangers of distracted driving and encouraging Canadians to put down their phones while on the road. Why Auto Insurance Rates are So HighAuto insurance rates in Ontario are too high. The average Ontario premium is now more than 45% higher than Alberta’s. It’s about twice as high as the Maritime provinces. We want rates to come down. IBC Blog Getting ready for the next big stormWinter storms can strike without warning. They can bring with them poor visibility, low temperatures, high winds, significant snowfall and, on occasion, freezing rain. Ice dams on roofs or frozen pipes can cause problems when the temperature drops. Being prepared is your best defence.Young, first-time driver looking for insurance?Compare prices, coverage options and service. You may even receive a discount for being a student or requesting an online quote.Teaching children about insuranceChildren are quick learners. In a world where economic knowledge is key, they need to know how money works, and how insurance fits in a good financial plan. But how do you engage them?