At ICBC, our job is making sure the auto insurance system works for all road users. We make decisions with every British Columbian in mind and support drivers both on and off the road. Working closely with our staff, stakeholders and partners, we're committed to a safer B.C. and an insurance system we can be proud of — now and in the future.
Read a comprehensive report about ICBC's activities throughout the preceding year.
Explore our easy-to-read Year in Review, which highlights last year's initiatives and results.
We have a plan to fulfill responsibilities for providing auto insurance, driver licensing, and vehicle registration and licensing services.
Read the biographies of the directors on the board.
Read the biographies of the executives on the committee.
Learn how our auto insurance rates compare to other provinces.
Learn more about Pay Transparency at ICBC.
ICBC is governed by a board of directors, CEO and management team. They are guided by the public sector guidelines and must act in accordance with the provisions of applicable legislation.
The B.C. Utilities Commission is the independent regulator for ICBC and is responsible for approving rates for Basic insurance.
The Revised Statutes and Consolidated Regulations of B.C. that apply to ICBC are provided courtesy of the Queen's Printer.
The Public Interest Disclosure Act (PIDA) provides a legal way to report wrongdoing in B.C.’s public sector.