The Grand Trunk Railway creates an opportunity to expand across Ontario.
Leads charge to reform the Mutual Insurance Act.
Licensed in British Columbia & opens an office in downtown Vancouver.
Builds a new headquarters in the town of Galt.
Becomes federally incorporated offering insurance including burglary, aviation, earthquake & tornado.
Gore Mutual turns 100 and begins to offer automobile insurance.
One of the first companies in Canada to introduce computerized policy handling.
Grows to over 300 employees and adopts new technology.
Institutes a 24-hour emergency claims service.
Customers and brokers can report claims via website or email.
Committed to being entirely paperless in the processing of policies.
Recommits to remaining a mutual company to protect people & community.
Deploys new operating model and leading technology platform for Personal Lines.
Opens a new office in Toronto’s Financial District.