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Carmakers own all the data your car collects, and it could be costing you money.
Broken furnace? Leaky roof? A new RATESDOTCA-BNN Bloomberg survey finds 31% of homeowners would have to borrow to cover the cost, and 8% would have no way to pay.
Most home insurance policies include compensation for living expenses incurred because of a mandatory evacuation order.
First installment of new monthly survey from RATESDOTCA and BNN Bloomberg shows only 52% of Canadians planning to travel outside of the country this year will purchase travel insurance.
remiums have increased as much as 30% since late 2019. Insurers say they’re catching up with rising claims, but experts blame systemic costs like “adversarial courtroom conflict."
Depending on where you live, RATESDOTCA data shows your home insurance bills have grown over the past decade between four and ten times faster than inflation.
Building material costs are skyrocketing. That will put pressure on insurance prices.
It doesn’t matter whether you live in St. John’s or Drumheller, new research says heavy rainfall is a “major cause of overland flooding”
Hundreds of thousands of Ontario drivers saved over $700 on their car insurance last year by switching providers. How much is your complacency costing you?
HailSmart aims to mitigate losses amid a broader push for Alberta to mandate impact-resistant roofing.
New research shows clearing just five feet of vegetation from your property dramatically increases the odds of surviving a wildfire.
Pulling carbon out of the air could be as valuable by 2050 as pulling fossil fuels out of the ground is today. Those businesses are going to need insurance.
People have been driving less during the pandemic and car insurance prices have been falling as a result, but that trend could quickly reverse in a post-COVID world.
Injured after slipping on an icy sidewalk? You now have as little as 10 days to decide whether or not to take legal action.
Canadians seem to believe distracted driving behaviours are safe, the latest RATESDOTCA survey data shows. Yet that same data also shows Canadians consider distracted driving to be a leading cause of death on Canadian roads.