Intact Insurance

Intact Insurance is Canada’s largest home, auto and business insurance company protecting more than 4.8 million customers. Our coast to coast presence, along with our strong relationship with insurance brokers, means we can provide the outstanding service, comfort and continuity you deserve.

Intact Insurance is committed to making communities where its employees and brokers live and work safer, healthier and happier and believes in making a constructive difference.

Intact Insurance has been a longstanding national speed skating team sponsor – for both the short track and long track teams. Our support has helped elite athletes achieve their gold medal dreams and has helped local speed skating clubs develop the next generation of Olympians and the growth of the sport’s popularity in communities across Canada.

Intact Insurance, Speed Skating Canada and the speed skaters themselves not only share similar values such as a passion to strive for excellence, but they also have a common set of key strengths including excellence, discipline and outperformance.

"We are immensely proud to support speed skating in Canada whether it’s at the national level with our national short and long track teams or at the grassroots level by supporting the next generation of champions who skate for speed skating clubs," said Jean-François Blais, President, Intact Insurance.

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