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  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education
  • FAIR – supporting auto accident victims through advocacy and education

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March 14, 2019

Seven Reasons We Need A Complete Overhaul of Auto Insurance In Ontario

Ontario’s auto insurance system needs a complete overhaul and now is the time. Many successive governments in Ontario have tried to fix the system, at times applying band-aid reforms, some of which only made matters worse. The current Ontario government has heeded the call to action. They just concluded an online public consultation survey on February 15, 2019 and are now working to come up with solutions to the auto insurance problem. 
 
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Over 90 Percent of Drivers Want Fast and Free Access to Their Driver’s Record and Insurance History, Finds InsuranceHotline.com Survey. 

InsuranceHotline.com believes Ontario drivers should have barrier-free access to their driver’s record and insurance history, especially in today’s digital world. 
 
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MANDEL: Young driver who killed cop is back behind the wheel

As an underage and unlicensed driver who snuck out to go joyriding with his parents’ minivan, 15-year-old S.K. (his name protected by a publication ban) took off from a traffic stop and dragged Const. Garrett Styles to his death in June 2011. 
 
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Ontario nowhere near goal of full accessibility by 2025, review finds

The accessibility law that took effect in Ontario 14 years ago and has served as a blueprint for similar legislation in other parts of Canada has fallen well short of its goals and continues to leave disabled residents facing daily, “soul-crushing” barriers, a former lieutenant governor has found. 
 
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Online activists are silencing us, scientists say

LONDON – The emails, tweets and blog posts in the “abuse” folder that Michael Sharpe keeps on his computer continue to pile up. Eight years after he published results of a clinical trial that found some patients with chronic fatigue syndrome can get a little better with the right talking and exercise therapies, the Oxford University professor is subjected to almost daily, often anonymous, intimidation. 
 
 
 

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