If you were injured in a car accident or know someone who was, you understand how traumatic an experience it can be.
Like many other provinces, car insurance in Yukon is provided to drivers by private insurance companies.
Unlike the other provinces and territories, Quebec has what’s been called a pure no-fault system of car insurance because residents are not permitted to initiate lawsuits based on personal injuries caused by car accidents.
If you live in Prince Edward Island (P.E.I.), you must have valid car insurance in order to drive legally.
Like many other provinces and territories, car insurance in Nunavut is regulated by the government in Iqaluit but administered by private insurance companies.
Although car insurance in Nova Scotia is provided by private companies, they must provide (and you must purchase) a series of minimum requirements in order to drive lawfully.
Car insurance in Newfoundland and Labrador is administered and sold by private companies.