COVID-19

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News and announcements

2021 premium rates

November 25, 2020

Our rate-setting process ensures the long-term stability of the workers’ compensation system and the protection of benefits for injured workers well into the future. In 2021, the average premium rate will remain at $1.14.

2021 rate statements

October 27, 2020

Employers, your 2021 premium rate statement will be available in December by logging into your myWCB account. Don't have access to myWCB? Sign up by Nov. 19 to access your statement online. myWCB also allows you to obtain clearances, report claims, file your annual return and access other helpful information.

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A unique mix of unrelenting determination and employer support allowed a young father of four to overcome the odds and return to work doing what he loves. Read Matt Ramsay's story.


2020 employer premium restart

Private sector employers: Please note that your 2020 premiums deferred due to the COVID-19 outbreak are payable beginning Jan. 1, 2021. Employers will have until March 1, 2021 (60 days) to pay and can do so online. For more information, visit our insurance and premiums page.


Your wage replacement benefit

If you’re hurt on the job and unable to work, we will replace your lost employment income while you get the help you need to recover and get back to work.

Check out our video library to learn about your workers' compensation system.

We’re thinking about the future so the benefits and services you need are available when you need them. In 2019 we embarked on a service journey to evolve our workers’ compensation system.


Read our 2019 Annual Report Read about it in our 2019 Annual Report.