MPI requests rate drop that will save Manitoba drivers around $130 a year

By | June 17, 2020

Manitoba Public Insurance is asking the Public Utilities Board for a 10.5 per cent rate decrease, the Crown corporation announced Wednesday morning.

It includes an average decrease of 11 per cent, or around $130 in savings per year, for Manitobans who drive private passenger vehicles, MPI said. 

The Crown corporation filed its general rate application with the Public Utilities Board Wednesday morning. 

If approved, it will be the largest rate decrease for Manitobans in three decades. 

The Public Utility Board hearings typically begin in October, and if approved, the rates will go into effect next year.

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