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Ontario auto insurance continues to increase as reported by FSCO in their latest quarterly statement. Read more »
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Canadian travellers accustomed to struggling with cancelled flights, lost luggage, or poor treatment when delayed on the tarmac have new rights today, thanks to regulations implemented by the federal government.
New rules for airlines operating in Canada provide new rights for passengers during flight delays or cancellations. Read more »
A pre-existing health condition doesn't automatically mean you'll be turned down for insurance coverage. Here's what you need to know. Read more »