L’Union Canadienne – Assurance Auto

L’Union Canadienne is a member company of The Co-operators Group Limited. The other member companies include The Sovereign General Insurance Company (Calgary), HB Group Insurance (Mississauga), CUMIS Group Limited (Burlington), and Addenda Capital (Montreal). The Co-operators Group also owns the Co-operators Life Insurance Company and the Co-operators General Insurance Company, which provides home, auto, and commercial insurance to Canadians. L’Union Canadienne was purchased by The Co-operators in 1999. Martin-Éric Tremblay became the General Manager and in 2002 he was named Chief Operating Officer of L’Union Canadienne Insurance. Tremblay is now the Senior Vice President of Insurance Operations for the Co-operators General Insurance Company.

Insurance Products

L’Union Canadienne only offers insurance products in Quebec; however, they have a lot of products available in that province. You can buy automobile, home, and group insurance policies from the company. Their auto insurance products and coverage types includes Liaison, Liaison 2, Aladin, PACTE, PACTE+, Programme Prévention Automobile, Police 2 ans, and BLINDÉ. To learn more about these products visit the L’Union Canadienne website. You can also contact their offices in Montreal and Quebec City using the contact information below.

L’Union Canadienne Offices

Montreal Office
Suite 800 – Avenue McGill College

Quebec City Office
2475 Boulevard Laurier

Claims Line

The Co-operators

The Co-operators was founded by a group of Saskatchewan farmers in 1945. The group is made up of 45 member-companies, co-ops, and credit unions spread out across Canada. They sell automobile insurance, home insurance, farm insurance, business insurance, and travel insurance through their network of insurance agents. The co-operative has a head office in Guelph, Ontario but their member-companies are located throughout Canada – including Quebec’s L’Union Canadienne.

Sustainability Toolkit

The Co-Operators recently launched an initiative to help Canadians live more environmentally sustainable. The toolkit includes practical tips for homeowners to help them save money and create a better earth for future generations. The initiative is a joint project between The Co-operators and The Natural Step Canada. The toolkit is free and it available in French and English. To learn more about The Co-operators click here.