TAI-ed Together: Toyota Auto Insurance expands into Calif., no word yet on plans for Canada

Toronto, Ontario — Toyota’s in-house auto insurance division has officially made its way into California, marking the ninth U.S. state to receive the Japanese automaker’s “customizable coverage” insurance offerings. The company said further expansion of Toyota Auto Insurance (TAI) will be seen in the coming months, with plans to integrate Oregon, Georgia and Colorado into […]

Finding Your Dream Cart: Sask. considering expanding use of golf carts on local roads

Regina, Saskatchewan — “Sorry I was late. There was a golf cart blocking up the left lane,” is a phrase some Saskatchewan residents may have to get used to saying now that the province’s Urban Municipalities Association recently passed a resolution considering them for public roadways. The resolution passed last week at the Saskatchewan Urban […]

Kicking the Can: MPI external review aims to ‘buy time’ ahead of election, NDP MLA says

Winnipeg, Manitoba — Manitoba Public Insurance’s long-delayed “Project Nova” online transition effort has yet again found itself in the crosshairs of the Opposition in Parliament amid criticism of last Monday’s call for an external organizational review of the insurer. Matt Wiebe, a New Democrat MLA representing the Concordia district in Winnipeg, called out the province’s […]

Backlot Brawls: B.C. man ordered to pay $300 deductible for punching car

Richmond, British Columbia – The B.C. Civil Resolution Tribunal has ruled that a local resident who punched another person’s vehicle must pay $300 in deductibles, after a spat which left another driver with a dented vehicle. According to an article by the Richmond News, this ruling follows an incident on May. 4, 2022 when William […]