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CIPR

What is it and how do I register?

What is CIPR?

CIPR stands for Canadian Insurance Participant Registry. It is a registry of everybody who works or intends to work in the Life or Health insurance field in Canada.

**This is your personal identification number, you will need to have this on hand each time you speak with your regulatory body.

It is an independent registry managed by the Alberta Insurance Council on behalf of all insurance regulators in Canada.

Registering on the CIPR website and having a CIPR number is a mandatory prerequisite for any person who wishes to study the Accident & Sickness or Life Licensing Qualification Program.


Step 1:
Visit this URL - https://www.cipr.ca

Step 2:
Click Register.

**When registering, keep in mind each province has a different regulatory body. Select the one specific to your province.

Step 3:
Enter/select the required information and click 'Register.'

Step 4:
Once registered, you will receive an automated email from CIPR that includes your CIPR number and profile details.

**Keep a record of this number for future reference, you will need it to register for your licensing course(s), your provincial exam, your license, and any communication with your provincial regulatory body. 

Administrative Jurisdictions per Province:

Province / Territory you wish to be certified in

Regulatory Body to select

British Columbia

Insurance Council of British Columbia

Alberta

Alberta Insurance Council

Saskatchewan

Insurance Councils of Saskatchewan

Manitoba

Insurance Council of Manitoba

Ontario

Financial Services Commission of Ontario

Quebec

Autorité des marchés financiers (AMF)

Newfoundland

Newfoundland & Labrador

New Brunswick

New Brunswick

Northwest Territories

Alberta Insurance Council

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Financial Institutions

Nunavut

Financial Services Commission of Ontario

Prince Edward Island

Prince Edward Island

Yukon

Insurance Council of British Columbia