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

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

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

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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
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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
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Card Comparison
  • Insurance tools to find the best credit cards and to compare mortgage rates
  • The ability to get insurance quotes across multiple insurers
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InsurEye`s Objective


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.

Why should you get an insurance quote?

Getting an insurance quote is the first step in getting a new insurance policy, changing your current insurance provider, or simply researching the insurance market. There are many positive aspects of getting an insurance quote, aside from actually knowing how much you could pay for your car, home, life or any other insurance policy.

  • Easy: Nowadays it is very easy to get an insurance quote. In the past you had to visit or call your insurance broker or agent. Today, getting an insurance quote is just a few clicks away.
  • Quick: It does not take long to get an insurance quote – somewhere between three and 15 minutes. If you simply request somebody to contact you to provide an insurance quote, it will take you no more than 1-2 minutes to complete the contact form.
  • Saving money: The truth is, insurance is not cheap. Taking a few minutes to compare insurance rates and get an insurance quote can result in savings of hundreds of dollars each year.
  • Comparing across multiple providers: When you get an insurance quote (on our platform) we help you compare rates across multiple insurance providers, often more than 15-20 insurance companies, for the majority of insurance types.

What types of insurance quotes are available?

There are typically three ways to get an insurance quote on our platform:

  • Instant insurance quotes: This type of insurance quote means that you provide all the data required to calculate your insurance rate, such as coverage data for life insurance, vehicle data for auto insurance, and house data for home insurance. An insurance quoting engine calculates an insurance rate tailored to your situation and provides you with an insurance quote. In some cases, you can even purchase an insurance policy online.
  • Non-instant insurance quotes: This quoting approach requires you to spend less time completing online insurance forms. You simply complete a short contact form and an experienced insurance broker, who is licensed in your province, contacts you to collect all the information required for a personalized quote, and he/she will share the calculated rate with you.
  • Via phone: Some people prefer calling and asking for the quote themselves – for such customers we have a dedicated phone number for some insurance types, allowing you to call an insurance broker who will navigate you through all the questions and offer you an insurance quote.

What impacts your insurance quote?

There are many aspects that impact your insurance quote. Each insurance type comes with its own set of data that must be collected to provide you with an accurate insurance quote.

For example, a life insurance quote would require information about your age, smoking habits, and type of coverage. A home insurance quote would capture data about your home (location, building, materials, etc.) along with the type and size of coverage required (content coverage, earthquake coverage, sewer backup protection, etc.). A car insurance quote would be focused on your driving history, your vehicle, and other relevant aspects.

This data is required to calculate your rate correctly, since insurance is based on statistics and history of insurance claims.

Important things to know when getting a quote

There are some things that you need to know when getting an insurance quote:

  • Correct information: You must provide correct information when getting a quote. If you provide incorrect data, it will lead to incorrect rates and, what is worse, if you go ahead and decide to purchase an insurance policy based on incorrect data, your claim might be not paid.
  • Correct contact data: If you have not provided contact data, especially in the case of non-instant insurance quotes, an insurance broker cannot contact you.
  • A quote is only an estimation: An insurance quote normally shows you the approximate rate you would pay. It can change based on additional data you will provide or on specifics of a particular insurer’s underwriting process.

InsurEye`s Insights

What Analysis of 4,000+ Car Insurance Consumer Reviews Reveals about Canadian Insurers

January 21, 2022 by abomatsara
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Life, Disability and Critical Illness Insurance: Do Men or Women Pay More?

October 25, 2021 by
Introduction There were many articles written about men paying more for car insurance than women, but what about other insurance types? Do women always benefit from lower insurance rates? We took on this question and systematically went through various life insurance, disability insurance, and critical illness insurance by consulting with professionals who had the answers.

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

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Saving on Insurance During the COVID-19 Pandemic

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

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