Cancelled Dates: ICBC license decals no longer required as of May 1

Victoria, British Columbia — Starting tomorrow, May 1, B.C. drivers no longer need to display license decals showing the month and day their insurance is coming up for renewal. The change comes as ICBC moved its insurance renewal process online. Law enforcement and authorized ICBC partners have access to the Canadian Police Information Centre and […]

Water Woes: More than 500 flood claims so far, says ICBC

Abbotsford, British Columbia ⁠— The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) says it has received more than 500 claims as a result of severe flooding in the province. As of last Friday morning, 502 claims had been received by ICBC, all related to the extreme weather conditions at play. ICBC said in a statement it […]

All is Fair in ICBC: Public insurer appoints Michael Skinner as new fairness officer

Victoria, British Columbia — In a press release, the provincial government announced that Michael Skinner, a former lawyer, is now the new fairness officer for the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC).  The fairness officer role is a newer position that started on July 12 and will run for a term of three years. The […]

On Track: ICBC says drivers should receive cheques by end of April

Victoria, British Columbia — British Columbian motorists are on track to receive their COVID-19 rebate cheque from ICBC by the end of this month. All 2.86 million cheques are expected to be mailed for those who are eligible. The Crown insurer began mailing small batches of rebate cheques two weeks ago. As of Thursday, approximately […]

A Dollar for Your Dreams: B.C. woman left puzzled after receiving $1 ICBC rebate cheque

Victoria, British Columbia — As residents of British Columbia await their Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) rebate cheques to materialize, one B.C. woman is asking the Crown insurer questions after receiving a $1 cheque in her mailbox. The cheques, averaging about $190 according to ICBC, were sent out last week after seeing weeks-long delays […]

Eyes Peeled: ICBC rebate cheques are on their way

Victoria, British Columbia — After a delay due to cyberattacks, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) says its customer rebate cheques are on their way. A release from the public insurer says the cheques are coming out in “small batches” at first, and work continues to send out more in the coming weeks. As […]

When It Rains, It Pours: ICBC rebate cheques delayed due to cyberattacks

Victoria, British Columbia — In yet another twist on the path to British Columbian drivers finally getting rebate cheques from ICBC’s pandemic savings, the crown insurer reported on Wednesday that they suffered a cyberattack that has caused a temporary delay in the cheque delivery process. The Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) reported that the […]

Try, Try, Trial Again: ICBC no-fault platform shut down in court by B.C. lawyers

Victoria, British Columbia — Consistently in the crosshairs of critical British Columbians, the Insurance Corporation of British Columbia (ICBC) is in hot water again over its newly introduced no-fault insurance platform that has B.C. trial lawyers calling the model unconstitutional. The B.C. Trial Lawyers Association successfully argued in court that ICBC’s platform, wherein claims are […]