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Property, vehicle and liability insurance costs surged 120% year-over year to nearly $6 million Canada ($4.5 million) for Canadian capital Ottawa after a deadly crashes involving a OC Transpo bus in January, CBC reports. The insurance covers buildings, vehicles, catastrophic losses at city facilities and liability if the city is sued.