It’s our world.

Together, we can make it better.

We believe the world is a better place when we take care of the things that matter. As a co-operative insurer, we believe we have a responsibility to help build stronger, safer communities by actively supporting distraction-free driving, mental health, flood safety, and sustainability.

Find out what we’re doing to help communities adapt in the face of extreme weather. We all have a role to play in building stronger, more resilient communities and preventing damage in and around our homes.

How are we helping to strengthen our communities?

Encouraging distraction-free driving

Distracted driving is a factor in one in every four crashes, and it’s putting communities at risk. We partnered with the Traffic Injury Research Foundation (TIRF) and Drop it and Drive (DIAD) to develop ways for Canadians to improve their driving habits.

Supporting mental health

Healthier, safer communities start with healthier people.

Reducing the risk of flood damage

In 2015, we became the first Canadian insurer to offer overland flood insurance. It was the first step in our ongoing response to the increasing risk of extreme weather in Canada.

Building Sustainability

We are helping prepare Canadians for the challenges that will impact them now and in the future by reducing our carbon footprint, advocating for sustainability, investing in communities and for impact, and offering sustainable insurance options and discounts.

To learn more about our efforts to strengthen the resilience of Canadian communities and for detailed information about our performance and progress, check out our Integrated Annual Report.

Join the conversation and help build your better world.

Ready to get involved? There’s so much you can do to make your community better! Take action and talk to your family, friends and neighbours about how they can help, too.

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