Lesley Green is a senior writer and editor at RATESDOTCA and has been a part of the team since 2002. During non-pandemic times she enjoys live theatre, travelling, curling and, depending on how well she's hitting the ball, golfing.
Most Canadian insurance policyholders would not recommend their insurance company to a friend or colleague, a new study finds.
Does it matter if you've never been listed as a primary driver on an auto insurance policy, just as an occasional?
The country's top-selling pickup trucks ranked by auto insurance costs as well as annual fuel costs.
Popular SUVs ranked on which are cheapest to insure and the annual fuel costs you can expect to spend too.
Canada's best-selling cars ranked by which is cheapest to insure as well as how much you can expect to pay for gas each year.
Canadian car owners are generous with their vehicles a new survey from Rates.ca has found: 44.8% of car owners have let another driver borrow their vehicle. But do you know what you’re getting yourself into when you lend your car to a friend?
Who doesn’t love to save money, especially at this time of year? As throngs of shoppers descend on the stores for sales this week, don’t overlook the discounts you can unwrap online when you compare auto insurance quotes.
ICBC's new auto insurance pricing structure came into effect on September 1, 2019, and not everyone is happy about it.
As a new school year approaches, many students will be setting their sights on buying a vehicle to help them navigate their way to campus, as well as visits home if going away to school.
Tips to help ensure your New Year’s resolution to save more money sticks.
TD survey finds 60% of Canadians are willing to exceed their budget to buy a home.
When it comes to owning a car, there are a few ways you can save money.
Owning a car isn’t cheap. But there are ways you can spend less on the gas you need to run it and the insurance you need to drive it.
Destinations where a five-star hotel won’t break the bank.
Mortgage hunters may find themselves paying more for their home financing, as Royal Bank of Canada hikes a number of their discounted fixed and variable mortgage rates, and other banks are expected to follow suit.