Manitoba Public Insurance is again issuing a rebate to policyholders.
The Crown corporation will return $69 million to customers after Christmas, which averages out to $100 per customer.
This is the second time MPI has returned money to customers during the pandemic. The latest rebate was due in part to fewer collision claims, Crown Services Minister Jeff Wharton said at a news conference Monday.
The earlier rebate was worth $110 million in total.
The Public Utilities Board is expected to make its ruling this month on a proposed average rate decrease of 8.8 per cent.
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