Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) has announced the first foundational step of Project Nova, delivering on its commitment to bring new and more convenient experiences to Manitobans by putting customers first.
What do social media likes, multiple sets of keys and a laundry detergent container have in common? They all helped Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)’s Special Investigations Unit (SIU) uncover the top five attempted auto frauds across the province this year.
With winter weather and snow arriving throughout the province, Manitoba Public Insurance is encouraging drivers to take steps like adjusting their driving habits and using winter tires, to reduce their likelihood of being in a collision and needing their vehicle repaired this season.
To help reduce claims overall and keep Manitobans as safe as possible, MPI is continuing its Winter Tire Program for an eighth consecutive year. The program offers low-interest financing at prime plus two per cent on up to $2,000 per vehicle to eligible individuals to purchase winter tires as well as associated products and services.
For the 11th consecutive year, Manitoba Public Insurance is kicking off its popular Friends for Life speaker series in high schools throughout the province, which features dynamic and impactful first-person accounts of how high-risk driving decisions behind the wheel can lead to life-altering injuries and realities for years to come.
With little ghosts and goblins out in search of tricks and lots of delicious treats this Halloween, MPI is encouraging road users of all ages to do their part to keep pedestrians safe.
On Monday, Sept. 19, Manitoba Public Insurance will respectfully observe the National Day of Mourning for the passing of Queen Elizabeth II while maintaining scheduled appointments and other services at locations throughout the province.
Manitoba Public Insurance is encouraging Manitobans to learn how to protect their vehicles from catalytic converter theft as reports of this type of crime have significantly increased in recent months.
Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI) is warning its customers not to respond to or click on any links in a suspicious text message regarding the collection of money or missed payments.