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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

Latest News Articles

May 1, 2019

Ontario’s ‘most encouraging statement about auto insurance’ in 35 years

The recent Ontario budget document is giving some insurers hope that the government will actually fix the province’s auto insurance system. 
 
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Why the court says this auto insurer did not properly terminate policy

An auto insurance company cannot necessarily treat a policy as invalid under common law if it discovers the client made a material misrepresentation on the application, the Court of Appeal for Ontario has ruled. 
 
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Canada’s Tough New Impaired Driving Laws

Did you know that the leading criminal cause of death and injury in Canada is still impaired driving? In an effort to combat Canada’s drunk driving problem, significant changes to the law were made effective December 18, 2018. 
 
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Kitchener neurologist loses license over sex assault allegations

A Kitchener neurologist has been forbidden from practicing medicine again in the wake of allegations that he sexually assaulted three patients
 
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Summary of CPSO Strategic Planning Engagement Activities 

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of Ontario (CPSO) is currently developing a new Strategic Plan.Because public, physician and system partners’ perspectives are so important, the CPSO engaged withmany individuals and groups to ensure the new Strategic Plan is focused on the right priorities. Thissummary provides an overview of engagement activities, what we heard, and key takeaways
 
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How Hamilton hopes to eradicate homelessness by 2025

Marsha Travale talks about sleeping in “cubbyholes.”In reality, they are doorways and bus shelters, where she lies on the cold concrete in terrible weather with nothing more than a blanket.

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