NewsNews VideosVideo WATCH: The monopoly man hits Prince George SHARE ON: Sawyer Bogdan, staff Wednesday, Jun. 19th, 2019 Prince George got a visit from Barron von FenderBender, the Canadian Taxpayers Federation ballon protesting ICBC insurance rates | (Supplied by Sawyer Bogdan MyPGNow) The Canadian Taxpayers Federation (CTF) is trying to bring a little humour into its campaign against ICBC’s insurance rates. Prince George got a visit from Barron von FenderBender today. The inflatable monopoly man is a prop the CTF is using to bring awareness to the high rates BC drivers pay and the monopoly the province has on setting rates. BC director of the CTF, Kris Sims said it’s time for BC drivers to have a choice. “BC drivers are locked into the highest insurance rates in all of Canada. They are not allowed to shop around, and they are stuck paying these high rates.” The Canadian TaxpayersFederation was in @CityofPG to protest @icbc high car insurance rates @sleebogdan #change pic.twitter.com/P6aD3tnHXq — My Prince George Now (@mypgnow) June 19, 2019 CTFD said a 24-year-old Prince George man who drives his 2010 Ford F-150 pays $263 more per year than his twin in Fort McMurray does. The Barron is making his rounds across the province. Previously appearing on the front lawn of the legislature in Victoria he will be traveling around all summer. “He is bringing a bit of joy and humour into our campaign. A lot of times politics can be negative, social media can get you down so we like to inflate the balloon to say time for a change,” said Sims.