TORONTO, June 27 (Reuters) - Drivers in Winnipeg, Manitoba, one of Canada's worst cities for auto thefts, will have to install electronic immobilizers on new or "high-risk" cars in order to qualify for auto insurance, the province said on Wednesday. "We have all seen the devastation that gets caused by reckless auto thieves who have a complete disregard for public safety," Manitoba Attorney General Dave Chomiak said in a statement announcing the plan to stymie joy-riders, a first for ...
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