Ontario to stiffen penalties for dangerous driving and endangering pedestrians
The Ontario government is introducing a new charge for careless driving and will stiffen penalties for existing dangerous driving charges starting next month.
State Farm Agrees to Pay $250 Million, Avoids Racketeering Trial
State Farm agreed to pay $250 million on the brink of a trial to customers who claimed the company tried to rig the Illinois justice system to wipe out a $1 billion jury verdict from 19 years ago.
IBC’s proposal to prevent carriers from exiting this province’s auto market
Insurers in Newfoundland and Labrador are calling on politicians to make structural changes to the province’s auto insurance system, saying their recommendations would better align the province’s auto premiums with those elsewhere in the Atlantic region.
New concussion guidelines for U.S. kids could change practices worldwide
The guidelines, initiated by the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and released Tuesday, include recommendations on the diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of mild concussions in children.
Canadian patients search for dignity, freedom in self-directed care
Self-Directed Personal Support Services Ontario Update
Today, the Ministry announced it is winding down the Self-Directed Personal Support Services Ontario agency to reduce the administrative burden of delivering home care. Taxpayer savings will be redirected to patient care.
Ontario’s Government for the People Announces Compassionate Wind Down of Basic Income Research Project
Ontario’s Government for the People announced today that the Basic Income research project will wind down at the end of the fiscal year.
Ottawa doctor charged with sexual assault
Dr. Richard Nahas, 44, charged Thursday after alleged incident in November 2016