Insurance business in Canada in terms of capital involved in it holds the second place after the bank business. It is difficult to specify what sphere of human activity in Canada exists without insurance. The range of insurance services includes life insurance, medical insurance, insurance of disability, real estate insurance as well as insurance of all kinds of movable property (from cars to jewelry), insurance of businesses and bank loans, pension plans and investment projects. Such a broad coverage for all possible misfortunes or complications associated with the life of man and his activities is an essential part of ensuring a high level of social protection of human rights in Canada. Here, it is assumed that anyone who understands his responsibility to himself, his family, business partners and community at large is obliged to insure himself, his property and actions.