Canadian Underwriter

Keyword
No Fault

News Insurance

P&C leaders fire back against no-fault portrayal

July 7, 2020 by Adam Malik

Broker and insurer leaders in Alberta are speaking out against those who would paint the insurance industry as nefarious actors looking to line their pockets at the expense of auto policyholders. In particular, they dispute what they feel are negative

News ClaimsLegislation / Regulation

Alberta drivers push back against no-fault

June 9, 2020 by Adam Malik

Albertans would rather stick with its at-fault auto insurance system than switch to a no-fault program, according to a new survey. More than six in 10 Albertans (61%) surveyed told Nanos Research that they prefer at-fault over the no-fault system.

News Insurance

Industry vet believes it’s time for Canada to adopt Quebec’s auto insurance model

February 24, 2020 by Jason Contant

British Columbia’s public auto insurer recently moved to a no-fault system for auto insurance, but at least one P&C industry consultant believes that all Canadian provinces (B.C. included) should instead look towards Quebec’s public-private hybrid auto insurance model for guidance.

News InsuranceMergers and Aqcuisitions

Saskatchewan government introduces more than 20 amendments to auto insurance program

June 15, 2016 by Canadian Underwriter

The Minister responsible for Saskatchewan Government Insurance (SGI), Don McMorris, has introduced more than 20 amendments to The Automobile Accident Insurance Act that the government says will improve Saskatchewan’s auto injury programs to better meet the needs of people who