Insurance Industry

Andy Taylor Excited to Lead Gore Mutual’s Radical Transformation
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After being announced as Gore Mutual’s next Chief Executive Officer in early March, Andy Taylor officially started his new role leading the company at the beginning of July. Taylor has been with Gore Mutual for 15 years and was previously...
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Gore Mutual Recognized as a Top Ontario Workplace
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Building a strong and inclusive company culture that supports all employees regardless of whether they are in an office or working remotely has never been more important. This remains a key area of focus for our company and the past...
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Heidi Sevcik: Looking Back on a Remarkable Career
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I started my career over 40 years ago in the Filing department at an insurance company that’s no longer even in Canada, Prudential Assurance. Right from the beginning, I met so many nice, caring people who made working fun and...
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Cameron Mitchell: Our Entrepreneurial Spirit Makes Us Unique
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After working in Personal Lines and Commercial Lines Underwriting, last year Gore Mutual’s Cameron Mitchell took on a new challenge by accepting a role as Business Development and Commercial Accounts Manager on our Western Commercial Insurance Solutions team. Get to...
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Jessica Hale: We’re Changing Insurance for Good
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For the latest segment of our Meet Our People series, we caught up with the National Product Manager on our Commercial Insurance team, Jessica Hale. We’re continuing to develop our commercial underwriting expertise by adding talented people with a wealth...
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Gore Mutual Recognized as a Top Place to Work
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Gore Mutual has once again been certified as a Great Place to Work. We received our Great Place to Work certification this summer after a thorough and independent analysis conducted by Great Place to Work – the global authority on...
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Sharing a Wealth of Knowledge and Experience
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Gloria Murphy has been a part of the insurance industry for nearly five decades. She started her career in 1971 at a two-person insurance office in Edmonton, where her job included typing policies on a typewriter and answering calls. A...
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