What is the best apartment insurance in Ottawa?

What is the best apartment insurance in Ottawa?

My Friend and I are moving into an apartment building that wants us to get insurance before we move in. We are both fairly new to this whole process and just wanted to ask if anyone knew any good insurance companies in Ottawa to go with. Any help is much appreciated :)

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If either of you has auto insurance then speak to the person who arranged the auto insurance about a quote for a Tenant's policy. If not then speak to your parent's broker/agent. You don't necessarily have to use a broker/agent in Ottawa.

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