Edmonton, Alberta — It looks like many Alberta drivers will soon pay more to insure their vehicles, according to a recent bulletin from Aviva Canada.
Toronto, Ontario — Aviva Canada hopes that drivers will remember to contact them immediately after an accident. It also comes several months after Ford announced
Toronto, Ontario — Collision repair facilities and auto insurers have a delicate—sometimes fractious—relationship. Unfortunately for the brave men and women of Canada’s repair sector, the
Victoria, British Columbia — As the British Columbian government pushes on with changes designed to rein in injury costs against ICBC, the B.C. Supreme Court
Quebec, Quebec — Quebec’s financial regulator and an auto insurance group recently announced the launch of a new auto insurance policy, specifically designed for drivers
Toronto, Ontario — September 10th, 2019 — Ontario drivers will no longer have to rifle through their glove box to find their proof of insurance;
Toronto, Ontario — September 2, 2019 — In this week’s Tuesday Ticker: a strong economy keeps interest rates stable despite dealership dreams, Safelite absorbs a
Toronto, Ontario — August 16, 2019 — On Tuesday, Bloomberg cited unidentified sources to report that Roark Capital may be considering selling Driven Brands for
Toronto, Ontario–August 16, 2019–According to a study from a government-run organization, British Columbians pay more for auto insurance premiums than residents of any other province.
Elizabeth Sargeant Toronto, Ontario — August 13, 2019 — Collision Repair has confirmed that, according to State Farm, no data shared with the company by
Toronto, Ontario — August 8, 2019 — Our latest issue of Collision Repair is ready to be printed, read, and enjoyed by our loyal readers. The
Toronto, Ontario — August 6, 2019 Well Aged and Better Waged: Average U.S. repairer now over 40, earning $72k CDN According to I-CAR’s Snapshot on the Collision Repair Industry,