We are excited to announce that ShopInsuranceCanada.ca has become Rates.ca. Don’t worry, besides a name change, how you compare the lowest auto insurance quotes will remain the same.

WHAT DOES THIS MEANS FOR YOU?

Our name is changing, but rest assured, everything else will remain the same.

In a nutshell, you’ll continue to have access to quotes from over 30 insurance providers, and news and rate reminders delivered to your inbox as always.

  • You’ll shop the insurance, mortgage and credit card markets the same way, from the same providers.
  • You’ll continue to receive the latest news, reminders, and money-saving tips from us if you’ve subscribed to our email subscription service.
  • The team behind the scenes is the same.

If you’re already following us on social media, you don’t need to do anything else. If you’re new and want to join our online community, follow our social media handles @Rates_ca.

What is Rates.ca?

Rates.ca  is Canada’s one-stop-shop for the best rates on insurance and money products. Rates.ca publishes rates from 30+ insurance providers so that shoppers can find the best rates for themselves. Use the site to find the best rates for auto, home and travel insurance, mortgages, and credit cards.

We look forward to continuously providing the dedicated service that you’re used to, now as a Rates.ca user.

RATESDOTCA Team

The RATESDOTCA editorial team are experienced writers focused on sharing stories and bringing you the latest news in insurance and personal finance. Our goal is to provide Canadians with the information and resources they need to make better insurance and financial decisions.

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