Insurance is a contract, represented by a policy, in which an individual or entity receives financial protection or reimbursement against losses from an insurance company. The company pools clients' risks to make payments more affordable for the insured.

Insurance policies are used to limit the risk of financial losses, both big and small, that may result from death, accident or sickness to the person insured.

We can help you with the arrangement of the following insurance products:

  • Mortgage Protection Plan

  • Life Insurance

  • Accident & Sickness

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Mortgage Protection Insurance

What is mortgage protection insurance?

If you’re buying a home, there’s a lot to think about. As you begin making choices from finding the best mortgage rates to choosing your colour scheme, it's good to know you also have choices when it comes to protecting your mortgage and your family's finances from the unexpected.

While you know you’ll need insurance, it’s important to understand the different types of coverage and the different kinds of policies.

Mortgage protection insurance helps cover your mortgage payments if you become seriously ill or die unexpectedly. It’s a smart way to secure your future.

Life Insurance

Life Insurance can protect the financial security of the people you love by giving them a tax-free payment after you die. The amount and type of coverage you choose will depend on your circumstances as well as your needs.

While you may have basic Life Insurance through work, it may not be enough to meet your needs. Your coverage typically ends when you leave your job. The cost of Life Insurance you buy as an individual depends on your age, gender, health, medical history and lifestyle.

Whether you want help covering final expenses or building a legacy, you can protect your family or business with certain types of Life Insurance policies.

Accident & Sickness

If you were critically injured in an accident today, how would it impact you and your family? Often, the biggest challenges faced during recovery aren't just medical, but financial. Cancer, heart attack and stroke are the three most common critical illnesses. If you’re diagnosed with one of these conditions you may not be able to work. Find out how you and your family can be protected financially during these difficult times.