What Do You Need to Know to Provide Insurance for Cottages this Summer?

May 2021

Canada’s housing markets are booming in cottage-country as people rush to buy a vacation property or work-from-home oasis. Huntsville, Ontario is a prime example. Located near Algonquin Provincial Park and Arrowhead Provincial Park, the city’s modest population of just under 20,000 soars to 85,000 in the summer.


SWG CGL: Landscapers & Gardeners Need Insurance As Canada Quarantines At Home

Apr 2021

As most of Canada continues tight restrictions on travel and social gatherings, many consumers have adapted to spending more time at home. As a result, we are seeing an increasing interest among homeowners in landscaping and gardening. This trend to take the indoors outdoors is expected to explode in 2021 and landscaping service providers could see increased demand for:


SWG PL: Providing An Insurance Safety Net For Arborists

Apr 2021

An arborist is a professional who studies the structure and function of trees. Arborists are typically contracted for the care of trees on public and private property as well as parks and conservation areas.


SWG SECURE: Offering Specialized Coverage for Home Monitoring Systems

Apr 2021

Canada’s security industry offers a variety of personal, technical, and digital services to protect people and property. South Western Group provides tailored coverage based on deep expertise in the security industry - covering everything from installers, to manufacturers, to security guards, to private investigators.


SWG PROPERTY: Food Trucks Are Opening Shop With A Sense of Optimism

Apr 2021

Spring is in the air, bringing Canadians welcome respite from home-bound living. As the days get longer and warmer, municipalities and businesses are ramping up for food truck season.


SWG ELITE: Keeping Clients Summer-Ready with Personal Lines Insurance

Mar 2021

After a long winter, spring is finally coming and this means summer is not far off. Anxious from spending the cold months cooped up and socially distanced in their homes, Canadians are itching to get outdoors, breathe in the fresh air, and feel the warm sunlight on their skin.