Significant Changes are Coming to B.C.
On February 6, 2020, ICBC announced its intention to implement a new mandatory auto insurance model commonly referred to as either “care-based” or “no fault” insurance. Confused about the changes? You’re not alone. We’re on a mission to ensure that everyone in B.C. understands what these changes will mean, not just what ICBC wants to tell you.
Follow along as we dive into B.C.’s auto insurance monopoly, sharing the facts and seeking stories from people like you.
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