MAIN HEADING: Automobile Insurance

Deadline Extension: Feedback on the ‘Fair Benefits Fairly Delivered: A Review of the Auto Insurance System in Ontario’ report extended to September 15, 2017.

As a reminder, written submissions can be sent to:

Yvan Baker
Parliamentary Assistant to the Minister of Finance
c/o Budget Secretariat
Frost Building North, 3rd floor
95 Grosvenor Street
Toronto ON M7A 1Z1

There are nearly ten million drivers in Ontario, and all drivers are required to have auto insurance coverage for the vehicles they drive.

Automobile insurance in Ontario is delivered by the private sector. The Financial Services Commission of Ontario (FSCO), a regulatory agency of the Ministry of Finance, is responsible for regulating insurance, including auto insurance.  For more information about Ontario’s auto insurance system, visit FSCO’s Understanding Auto Insurance page.

The following are reports and publications related to automobile insurance in Ontario.  For additional resources, please visit FSCO’s Publications & Resources page.

* Please note: Bill 171 died on the Order Paper when the 40th Parliament was dissolved. This news release and backgrounder were issued when the bill was introduced.