Since 1896, Wawanesa, one of Canada’s largest general insurance companies, has insured people from all walks of life, in their work and in their play.
Intact Insurance is Canada’s largest home, auto and business insurance company, the choice of more than four million consumers. Its coast-to-coast presence and strong relationship with insurance brokers mean the company can provide the outstanding service, comfort and continuity customers deserve.
Peace Hills has 70% of its premiums written in Alberta. A company with a Western Canada focus, Peace Hills Insurance understands what their consumers need and want.
A leading property and casualty insurance company, Economical Insurance has over 45 years of experience in the industry. It is the ninth largest property and casualty insurer in Canada.
RSA currently serves 17 million customers worldwide. RSA was formed in 1996, when Sun Alliance and Royal Insurance merged. Operating in 28 countries, RSA reaches 140 countries through networks of local partners.
Travelers Canada is part of an industry-leading international team. Committed to continuously evolving to meet your ever-changing needs, our approximately 1,700 employees across Canada help customers prepare for, prevent, and recover from loss.
Formerly Travel Underwriters, TU Group and OneWorld Assist, TuGo has combined and evolved into one. For over 50 years, TuGo has been one of Canada’s top travel insurance provider.
Aviva has provided insurance, around the world, for over 300 years. With more than 53 million customers in 28 countries, Aviva is the world’s fifth largest insurance group.
When it comes to protecting your company, we dig deeper and go further to understand your unique business insurance needs – no matter where you are or what type of business you operate. We also work closely with your insurance broker to ensure your needs are always looked after.
SGI’s mandate since its inception, in 1944, has been to provide comprehensive, affordable insurance protection to the people of Saskatchewan. In 1980, legislated changes to The Saskatchewan Government Insurance Act, 1980, and The Automobile Accident Insurance Act distinguished between the compulsory vehicle insurance program for the province (the Saskatchewan Auto Fund) and the competitive insurer offering additional property and casualty products (SGI CANADA).
AMI offers a separate policy that can cover all of the glass on your vehicle.