Esther Clark

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Ottawa
3987 Riverside Dr Unit 5
Ottawa, ON
K1V1C1

613-739-3998
613-739-8375
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Languages Spoken
English
Mandarin
Cantonese
Chinese


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Esther Clark

You deserve a personalized approach with one-on-one advice and answers to all of your insurance and investment questions. You can also expect service beyond your policy purchase; we'll keep you informed of any changes or new products.

Get to know our team


Angela Li

Angela Li, Associate Insurance/Financial Advisor

Angela is an Associate Insurance/Financial Advisor with more than 20 years of insurance experience and knowledge. Angela is fluent in Mandarin, Cantonese and English. She enjoys working with her clients to ensure they have a thorough understanding of their policies and to customize an insurance portfolio that provides the protection they require at a budget they can afford, even the most complex insurance needs.

Linda Dallaire

Linda Dallaire, Associate Insurance Advisor

Linda has been an Associate Insurance Advisor with The Co-operators since 2006 and has been licensed in the insurance industry since 2000. She specializes in Home and Auto insurance and is studying for her Life license. Linda’s friendly approach ensures her clients a positive experience, and her wealth of knowledge and experience ensure her clients have all of their insurance needs met. Linda enjoys spending time with her two teenagers in her free time.


Why choose co-operatives?

Co-operatives like The Co-operators Group Limited connect their values to supporting the communities where they live and work. They are viable businesses that are more concerned with serving your needs than making money, and they look for ways to serve you better by creating ways for you to influence their business decisions. In return, they ensure you have the information you need to make choices that are best for you.

There are hundreds of co-ops benefiting Canadians across the country; all are strong businesses owned and operated by the members who use their services and governed based on shared values. Look for them in your community.

Why co-ops are better

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