With 2016 already recording higher than normal road fatality counts, Manitoba Public Insurance is putting out a call for road-safety action by all Manitoba motorists, heading into the August long weekend.
Due to the potential disruption in postal services, Manitoba Public Insurance has implemented a contingency plan to ensure customer service is maintained.
Coming off an unprecedented year for comprehensive (non-collision) claims payouts, Manitoba Public Insurance has asked the Public Utilities Board for a two per cent increase to basic Autopac rates.
The Citizens on Patrol Program, sponsored by Manitoba Public Insurance, is celebrating its Silver Anniversary this year.
Nearly 1,500 impaired drivers have been taken off the road over the last six years thanks to RoadWatch, an impaired-driving initiative sponsored by Manitoba Public Insurance.
The creative efforts of two Red River College Creative Communications students are behind Manitoba Public Insurance’s newest campaign aimed at raising awareness about the dangers of impaired driving.
Manitoba Public Insurance completed the first nine months of the 2015 fiscal year with a net income of $10.9 million and total earned revenues that were $51.1 million higher than over the same period last year.
MPI has announced that licence plate validation stickers will no longer be required by Manitobans, or issued by Autopac agents, effective March 1, 2016.
Manitobans will soon have access to a convenient, safe and secure all-in-one personal identification card.