Covid 19
InsurEye COVID-19 Insurance Special: Find out more about home, auto, and car insurance topics as related to COVID 19. We talk to insurance specialists to provide you with the most useful insights in this difficult time, wishing you and your loved ones to stay healthy and safe. More >>>

InsurEye: We have an eye for insurance!

Looking for affordable insurance?

Offering access to more life insurance companies than most brokers (25+ Canadian life insurers).

InsurEye: We have an eye for insurance!

Looking for cheap Car Insurance?

Offering access to more car insurance companies than many brokers (nearly 20 Canadian insurers).

InsurEye: We have an eye for insurance!

Looking for cheap Home or Condo Insurance?

InsurEye: We have an eye for insurance!

Looking for the best Business Insurance solution?

Offering access to more business insurance companies than most commercial and business insurance brokers (25+ largest Canadian and international carriers).

InsurEye: We have an eye for mortgages!

Looking for the best mortgage rate?

Offering access to more mortgage rates than most other platforms (~140 mortgage rates).

Unique tools for consumers

Insurance Reviews
  • Visual, easy-to-understand insurance guides
  • Tips on how to get the cheapest home, auto, life, disability and critical illness quotes
Find out more
Insurance Rates
  • Car insurance rates in ON, AB, BC, MB, SK, QC and other provinces
  • Approximate home insurance rates in AB, BC, ON and other provinces
Find out more
Card Comparison
  • Insurance tools to find the best credit cards and to compare mortgage rates
  • The ability to get insurance quotes across multiple insurers
Find out more

InsurEye`s Objective

Insurance

The main objective of our company is to equip Canadians with the best tools to make informed decisions about insurance and financial products. We do this through a number of tools and partnerships:

  • Insurance quoting tools that allow you to compare the products of more than 20 insurance providers
  • Partnerships with the best Canadian insurance brokers and insurers
  • The largest Canadian review platform for insurance and banking products

Our independent review platform spans across all lines of insurance: home, car, life, disability, health, critical illness, group, and travel. We also have reviews for credit cards and mortgages.

What companies do we work with

Assumption Life, Industrial Alliance, Foresters, Western Life Assurance, Empire Life, Ivari (former Transamerica), Wawanesa Insurance, SSQ Financial Group, Canada, Life, Equitable Life of Canada, Desjardins Life Insurance, Humania Assurance, IA Pacific, the Edge, BMO Insurance, RBC Insuramce, La Capitale, CPP.


  • ON: Economical Insurance, Gore Mutual, Jevco, The Guarantee, Perth Insurance, Pembridge Insurance, Pafco Insurance, Echelon Insurance, Hagerty, Aviva, RSA, Travelers, Wawanesa Insurance, Intact Insurance, Northbridge Insurance, CAA Insurance, Chubb Insurance, AIG
  • AB, NT, YT: Aviva, Economical Insurance, Gore Mutual, RSA, SGI, Travelers, Wawanesa Insurance, Intact Insurance, Pembridge Insurance
  • BC, MB, SK: In these three provinces basic car insurance is available only from a corresponding crown corporation – ICBC (Insurance Corporation of British Columbia) in BC, MPI (Manitoba Public Insurance) in MB, and SGI (Saskatchewan Government Insurance) in SK.
  • NS, NB, NL, NU, PE, QC: Currently, our partners are not able to offer car insurance in these provinces, but we are working on expanding our services to these areas.
  • AB, BC, MB, NT, YT: Aviva, Economical insurance, Gore Mutual, RSA, Travelers, Wawanesa Insurance, Peace Hills Insurance, SGI Insurance
  • ON, SK: In these provinces we partner directly with one of the leading insurers, Square One Insurance
  • NS, NB, NL, NU, PE, QC: Currently, our partners are not able to offer home insurance in these provinces, but we are working on expanding our services to these areas.
  • ON: Gore Mutual, Travelers, Intact Insurance, Wawanesa Insurance, Totteen Group Insurance, Encon, Coachman, The Guarantee, Economical Insurance, RSA, Creechurch, Aviva, Evolution
  • AB, BC, MB, SK, NT, YT: Aviva, Gore Mutual, Economical Insurance, Intact Insurance, RSA, Travelers, Wawanesa Insurance
  • NS, NB, NL, NU, PE, QC: Currently, our partners are not able to offer business insurance in these provinces, but we are working on expanding our services to these areas.

InsurEye`s Insights

Introducing a New Tool to Find Out What Issues Canadian Face with Their Insurers

March 16, 2021 by Alexey Saltykov
The arrival of COVID-19 has pushed Canadians, more than ever before, online for finding and applying for insurance and banking products. It is not easy, though, to make the right choice without knowing if a particular insurer will be there when you need them the most. As the largest Canadian review platform with thousands of
Read more...

Disability Insurance in Canada – Explaining 7 Main Types

May 5, 2020 by Lorne Marr
Disability-related stats that are important to know Accidents are unavoidable. On top of dealing with pain and possible physical or mental limitations, a disability can also result in financial difficulties because your ability to earn an income may be impacted too. Here are some sobering statistics:   According to Statistics Canada, 20% of Canadians aged
Read more...

Saving on Insurance During the COVID-19 Pandemic

April 23, 2020 by Alexey Saltykov
COVID-19 and Financial Difficulties The coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread around the world with over 2,500,000 people infected and more than 175,000 deaths to date. Canada is affected with over 38,000 cases and nearly 1,850 deaths as of April 21, 2020. These numbers are heartbreaking, and the crisis impacts every person, every company, and
Read more...

How COVID-19 Impacts Life Insurance | 7 Things to Know

April 7, 2020 by Alexey Saltykov
The COVID-19 Pandemic in Canada The Coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic continues to spread around the world, with over 1.3 million infected and more than 70,000 deaths by early April. Canada has been affected by over 17,000 cases and over 300 deaths, as of April 6, 2020. Everyone across the nation is affected in some way by
Read more...

How much do you need to make to afford a Toronto condo in each neighbourhood?

October 19, 2018 by Zoocasa.com
Toronto condo market overview Toronto condos have outpaced all other market segments in the housing market this year. Even when detached houses, semi-detached and townhouses were sinking in price earlier in 2018, condos experienced double digit growth. Toronto condos were up 6.5 per cent in the 416 this May 2018 to about $603,000 according to
Read more...

11 Disability Insurance myths to know before you apply for a Policy

October 12, 2018 by Lorne Marr
Most people are not familiar with how disability insurance works. Today we will take a look at what it is so we can dispel some myths about this important policy. Disability insurance provides you with a continuous stream of income in the event of a disability. The idea is that it substitutes a part of
Read more...

Want to Buy a Condo? Five Canadian Online Resources That You Must Use

August 30, 2018 by Dmitry Mityagin
Long gone are the days when buying a condo meant a moderate investment. The average condo price in Toronto has reached $600,000, and in Vancouver it is approaching $700,000. It’s best to be well informed before you make the move to get a dream condo with a high price tag. If you want to buy
Read more...

The Foreign Transaction Fee: What is it and how to avoid it

August 16, 2018 by RateHub.ca
Sticking to a budget is hard enough while on vacation in a foreign country. Add to that elusive fees, such as the foreign transaction fee on credit cards that tacks on a few extra dollars and cents to all purchases made abroad, and it becomes all that much harder.  What is a foreign transaction fee?
Read more...

How Much a Good Condo View is Worth Today?

June 22, 2018 by Zoocasa.com
A prospective buyer is always going to be focused on a condo unit’s view. Unlike a house, these units rarely have multiple windows to the outside in various directions. The exterior wall, which usually is either glass or contains a balcony, is likely the only point of contact with the natural world. While the interior
Read more...