Affordable Cost of Living

Lower Auto Insurance Rates

We currently have the most expensive auto insurance premiums in Canada despite also having one of the lowest levels of accidents and fatalities. The average auto insurance premium in Ontario is $1,458, which is almost 55 per cent higher than the average of all other Canadian jurisdictions. Public auto insurance programs, such as those in Manitoba and Saskatchewan, take a different approach. Standard rates apply to every ...more »

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Affordable Cost of Living

Public Auto Insurance - it is time

Several other provinces have public auto insurance - but Ontario does not. This is one reason why we have the highest car insurance rates in the country. If someone is injured or disabled in an accident, we end up paying most of the cost of health care for them, and possibly they will qualify for ODSP, EI, Workman's Comp or CPP Disability Benefits. We should have public auto insurance to get the cost saving found in ...more »

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