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Is your business covered in the event of losses due to unforeseen circumstances? A lack of insurance can turn misfortune into disaster. Explore business-specific insurance coverage that is available to protect you.

  • Employment Insurance benefits for self-employed people

    Are you self-employed? If you wish to access maternity, parental, sickness or compassionate care benefits through the employment insurance program, you need to start paying into the plan a year in advance.

  • Insurance solutions for exporters

    Find export-related insurance that can lessen the risks of doing business overseas and help you increase your working capital.

  • AgriStability
    Applies only to: Alberta, British Columbia, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Prince Edward Island, Québec, Saskatchewan, Yukon

    If you are a Canadian farmer, you could get money to help cover costs when you bring in at least 15% less than you do in an average year.

  • MASC AgriInsurance
    Applies only to: Manitoba

    Is your agribusiness protected against production loss? MASC AgriInsurance provides coverage for 60 crops grown in Manitoba.

  • Livestock insurance
    Applies only to: Newfoundland and Labrador

    Get insurance to compensate against livestock losses or injury caused by dogs or other predators.

  • Price Pooling Program

    As an agricultural producer and member of a participating marketing agency, you could get protection against unexpected drops in market prices.

  • Grain Financial Protection Program
    Applies only to: Ontario

    Learn how to become a licensed grain and oilseed dealer or get financial protection by selling to licensed grain dealers in Ontario.

  • Ontario Beef Cattle Financial Protection Program
    Applies only to: Ontario

    You might be able to cover yourself against a loss on a sale to a licensed livestock dealer or a purchase from a seller.

  • Ontario's Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
    Applies only to: Ontario

    As an employer, you need to make your workplace safe and injury-free. Get help from the Board.