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We strive to be a socially responsible company that takes a proactive approach to ensuring we make a positive impact in everything that we do.

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  • Engaging staff in the workplace and the community
  • Managing our environmental impact
  • Responsible investing
  • Building mentally healthier workplaces

Canada Life Reinsurance – 2017 Overview


“Cycling Pilots take off”

Dublin, July 31, 2017 – The journey begins. 8 trained staff members will be taking out residents of a local nursing home, Sybil Hill, on a Trishaw donated by the company. This is part of the Cycling Without Age (CWA) program, in Ireland this is one of the first CWA bikes to go live and the first involvement of corporate CSR program.


August 22, 2017 – The official launch saw the bikes and riders feature in the Irish Times, The and other media outlets. A flying start.

September 2, 2017 – A local coffee shop, Happy Out, has come on board and sponsored refreshments for both Staff “Pilots” and passengers. With Dublin Bay in the background smiles, friendships and laughter start to develop. All the efforts now seem truly worthwhile.


…2018 – Another 12 pilots from Canada Life Reinsurance are getting ready to take to the cycle paths of Dublin Bay with their eager passengers. Sing songs and laughter await.

See the full article on The Journal



“The Toy Story”

Dublin, 1 September 2017 – The early Christmas shopping begins, bargains to be got.


4 December 2017 – The auditors have left, the meeting room is free! Time for the Reinsurance elves to get to work. 120 presents needed to be wrapped, age stamped and packaged for the upcoming trip by Santa to Ireland’s National Children’s Hospital in Temple Street.

14 December 2017 – The day has arrived. With the help of some late nights and strong coffee the 120 children will get their presents. The Reinsurance “Christmas Choir” along with the local Coast Guard helped Santa on his journey through the hospital wards.