- Nova Scotia Canada - Government of Nova Scotia


About Insurance

Individuals and organizations purchase insurance to provide financial protection against a specific risk or loss. In Nova Scotia, private non-government companies provide insurance. If you drive, auto insurance is mandatory.

The Office of the Superintendent of Insurance supervises the business of insurance in the province.

Key Topics

requirements for agents, agencies, adjuster and insurance companies
insurance basics, auto insurance, role of government, finding answers, filing complaints
agents and agencies licensed in Nova Scotia
Auto Insurance
fair auto insurance reforms, and minor injury cap

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Use the Services Directory to quickly access information on all of the services provided by the NS Department of Finance and Treasury Board.


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Search Agents & Agencies
Insurance Exam Results
Fair Auto Insurance Reforms
Auto Insurance - Minor Injury Cap

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General Enquiries:

Consumer assistance and complaints:

Agent, agency and adjuster licensing enquiries:
902-424-2787 or 902-424-7551

Insurer licensing enquiries: 902-424-6331

Fax: 902-424-1298

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