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Aviva Traders

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Traders General Insurance Company

One of Canada’s leading group insurers, Traders General Insurance Company provides home and auto insurance to large and mid-sized groups nation-wide.

Aviva Traders offers group insurance coverage for employee group or professional associations in Canada at preferred rates & with a wide range of benefits.

Aviva Traders home and auto insurance

Aviva Traders is part of the Aviva Canada group of companies, which is one of the leading property and casualty insurance groups in Canada. Aviva Traders provides home and automobile insurance with their well-recognized claims service to millions across Canada.

Traders is one of Canada’s leading group insurers, providing large and mid-sized groups nationwide with home and auto insurance. Aviva Traders has a large passion for group insurance which is reflected in their commitment to policyholders, group sponsorships, and their brokers who have deep-rooted connections to the groups they serve across Canada.

Aviva Traders offers some special policy features for groups such as waiving the finance fee on personal insurance, disappearing deductible, and combined policy discounts.

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