Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators (CCIR) is an inter-jurisdictional association of insurance regulators. CCIR mandate is to facilitate and promote an efficient and effective insurance regulatory system in Canada. Member agencies co-ordinate, harmonize and streamline regulations across the country. CIIR traces its history back to 1914 when the Superintendents of Insurance from the four western provinces met “to discuss ways and means to secure uniformity in the laws relating to contracts of insurance.” In 1917, Ontario joined and by 1989 all the provinces, territories and the federal OSFI had signed on to the newly renamed Canadian Council of Insurance Regulators.


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