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SGI Canada operates in a manner similar to many insurance companies in the private sector.
In 2003, SGI promoted its automobile insurance system with advertisements contrasting the cost for a young driver to purchase its basic insurance policy compared with similar policies purchased in Calgary, Toronto and Vancouver.
In addition, the Fraser Institute used the SGI campaign to severely criticize SGI and public automobile insurance in general, asserting that SGI was effectively forcing good drivers to subsidize the cost of accidents caused by high-risk drivers.
The SGI Indigo² and the SGI Challenge M were Unix computers marketed by SGI from 1993 to 1997.
The Challenge M was a server which differed from the Indigo² only by a slightly differently colored and badged case, and the absence of graphics and sound hardware.
The graphics boards available for the Indigo² were the pre-IMPACT boards (which included the SGI XL24, SGI XZ, SGI Elan and SGI Extreme) and the MGRAS IMPACT boards (the SGI Solid IMPACT, the SGI High IMPACT, the SGI High IMPACT AA, and the SGI Maximum IMPACT).
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