Discover your options for filing complaints related to insurance and financial transactions in Quebec.
Select the province or territory where you live.
Learn about the types of insurance available to the general public in Quebec, such as travel, auto, and home insurance.
Learn how you can submit a complaint regarding/against your insurance company in Ontario.
Learn how to resolve a dispute with an insurer in the Northwest Territories.
Consult the Office of the Superintendent of Insurance for information on the insurance industry on PEI or if you have an issue with an insurance broker or company operating in the province.
Contact the Government of Yukon for information on credit unions, insurance companies, collection agencies and payday loan companies as well as how to file a complaint.
Learn about topics such as resolving insurance complaints, settling insurance claims, the insurance industry and more.
Learn how the BC Financial Services Authority is responsible for the day-to-day regulation of private sector insurers operating in British Columbia.
Contact the Financial Institutions Regulation Branch to find out how they manage consumer and insurance policyholder complaints in Manitoba.
Explore tips for buying insurance, making an insurance claim and the types of insurance available to consumers in New Brunswick.
Learn how you can submit a complaint regarding/against your insurance company in Newfoundland and Labrador.
Have questions about the insurance industry in Nova Scotia? The Superintendent's Office may be able to assist consumers when dealing with insurance matters.
Learn more about insurance regulations, including insurance claim disputes and complaints, in Nunavut.
Understand your rights as a consumer, how to file a complaint, or report suspected fraud.
Learn more about insurance basics and regulations in Saskatchewan, including how to file insurance claim disputes and complaints.
Discover the process for submitting a complaint about your insurance provider.
Find out how the General Insurance OmbudService helps Canadian consumers resolve disputes or concerns with their home, auto or business insurers.
Consult the OmbudService for Life Health Insurance (OLHI) to access free and impartial dispute resolution service between consumers and insurers.