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Onlia

Onlia is a proudly Canadian, direct insurance provider of home and auto insurance in Ontario. Headquartered in Toronto, our team reflects the rich and diverse communities in which we serve. When you choose Onlia, you're choosing Canadian.

Customers can buy insurance online 24/7, without brokers, sales teams, or paperwork – less overhead means insurance at a lower cost to you.

In addition to convenience, Onlia offers better coverage. Our goal is to protect you and what you love with strong, affordable insurance – that means standard policies with increased coverage that go well beyond provincial minimums.

And even before protection, there comes prevention. Take measures like driving safely and equipping your home with a monitored alarm system, and we'll reward you with discounts, gift cards, and cashback.

Insurance is for when you need it the most – and aside from great coverage, you'll want to be met with a friendly voice when you do. As part of the Fairfax Financial group of insurance companies, Onlia is fully supported with licensed agents and caring claims adjusters that are available 24/7, so you'll never be left astray. All policies are underwritten by Verassure Insurance Company.

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