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How Canada Life is supporting you during COVID-19. Learn more

For over 170 years, Canadians across the country have relied on our promise to support their financial, physical and mental well-being with expert advice. At a time where information is coming from many sources, relying on experts is more important now than ever.

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Narrator: We rely on experts.

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Narrator: On matters big and small,

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Narrator: we’ve always turned to those who know best.

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Narrator: When it comes to which diets to follow,

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Narrator: which movies to see,

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Narrator: for financial advice,

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Narrator: or guidance on our journey to the stars,

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Narrator: we rely on experts.

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Narrator: And today, it feels like their advice is more important than ever before.

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Narrator: That’s why Canada Life is working with experts, to help make sure Canadians are getting the best advice possible.

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Narrator: Partners like Crisis Services Canada to help provide a distress and crisis helpline.

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Narrator: Or Imagine Canada to provide charities and non-profits with thought leadership, resources and support.

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Narrator: And over 23,000 advisors to offer Canadians direction and advice when it’s needed most.

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Narrator: Because a little guidance today

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Narrator: can do a world of good tomorrow.

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We’ve contributed more than $200 million over the last 30 years, strengthening communities across the country to help improve the financial, physical and mental well-being of Canadians.

Our advisors can spend time with you to understand your situation, answer your questions and help you build a plan.