The Governor General’s History Award for Excellence in Museums: History Alive! is presented by the Canadian Museums Association, sponsored by Ecclesiastical, and honours individuals or institutions that have made a significant…Read More
At Ecclesiastical Insurance, we’re excited to introduce our refreshed brand identity – a bold new chapter in our story. This new look represents a more modern insurance company – shaped…Read More
Recognizing the mounting challenges and diminishing resources that community-based charities are facing, Ecclesiastical made the decision to expand our national Community Impact Grant Program to include a COVID-19 component. Under the auspices of our owner, Allchurches Trust, we awarded grants to 38 registered charities across Canada. Among them are charities that provide shelter for the homeless; ensure a safe place for abused women and children; provide food to impoverished families; deliver meals to seniors and vulnerable people; and, provide solace and counselling.Read More
Ecclesiastical Insurance is pleased to announce that we have formed a two-year partnership with the Alzheimer Society. We are extremely proud to support this incredible organization with branches from coast-to-coast. They provide information, education and vital support services to the almost 750,000 Canadians suffering from dementia, as well as their families and caregivers.Read More
We are pleased to announce that we have won an Award of Excellence at the 62nd Annual Insurance Marketing & Communications Association (IMCA) Showcase Awards. The film, Every Building tells…Read More
Ecclesiastical Insurance Office has appointed David Henderson as its new Chairman with effect from 19 March 2019.
David has been a Non-Executive Director at the specialist financial services company since April 2016. He succeeds John Hylands, who is stepping down from the Board after 11 years.Read More
For Immediate Release Toronto, ON—Arson is the leading cause of fires affecting Canadian places of worship. Since January 2017, there have been at least six fires reported as suspicious or…Read More