Our company was started by a group of hard-working Canadians – people like you. They were farmers who wanted to protect their families and everything they had worked hard to achieve. So, they pooled their resources and started an insurance co-operative. They believed by working together they could build a more secure future for all and offer insurance based on fairness, integrity and value. It was a different kind of insurance company back then, and it’s been that way ever since.
It's important to protect yourself, your loved ones and your lifestyle. That's why The Co-operators offers a wide range of insurance and investment products. You can count on us for all the coverage you need. Plus, we offer personal service, in the heart of Downtown Georgetown. In the event of an emergency, you can reach us 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. It's no wonder The Co-operators has been a better place for Canadians for over 60 years.
At The Co-operators, we're committed to providing innovative insurance and investment products, backed by outstanding service and competitive rates. But that's not all. We also want to provide you with answers to your questions, so you can feel confident you're making the right choices for you and your family.
Need Space for a day? Whether is is just the use of an Executive office, boardroom or cottage. Contact info: 905-460-7564 or firstname.lastname@example.org
We are temporarily reducing our boardroom rental rates by 50% to $150 per day.
See the attachment below for more information on the facilites available. Up to 25% discount available for BIA members, Chamber members, registered non-profit organizations and preferred members.
Moments in History
The building on this site pre-dates 1875 and is considered a “Gothic Revival”. The past owners are George Kennedy and William Barber & Brothers (1844). This building housed the first office of the Georgetown branch of the Bank of Hamilton opened in 1875. The bank relocated in 1890 and the building became the home and office of Dr. C. V. Williams until he retired from practice in 1970. It has been home to a number of restaurants including the Ivy House Tea Room, Georgetown Thai and Malhotra’s.