At Canada Life Re, we realize that as a company and as individuals, everything we do affects those around us. We owe it to everyone within CLRE and to the communities in which we operate to act in a socially responsible manner.  We’re pleased to share with you some of our recent activities that support those initiatives,"  Jeff Poulin, CEO Canada Life Reinsurance.

At Canada Life Reinsurance, our responsibility as a good corporate citizen is core to who we are. This means being guided by strong moral and ethical standards in daily interactions with employees, clients, and stakeholders.

Our Corporate Social Responsibility balances the needs of the business with those of our employees and the needs of the communities in which we operate, as well as the world at large. It also means considering the environmental impact of what we do.

Canada Life Re continues to pursue our purpose of helping people and organizations to exceed their potential. This page highlights recent CLRe humanitarian activities and accomplishments, each categorized within United Nations Sustainability Goals

Corporate Social Responsibility at our parent company Great-West Life Co  

Canada Life Reinsurance receives a CSR award from Water Safety Ireland for its contribution toward the flooding crisis in Pakistan.

A great day with Ukrainian families that recently arrived in Ireland watching Gaelic football and hurling skills!

A donation of special equipment to The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Barbados help treatment of babies in the NICU.

Canada Life Re's participation in the Jim Mudcat Grant Allstar Legacy Golf Tournament supports many deserving charities in the Binghamton, NY area.

Canada Life Re collects 32 backpacks filled with school supplies to aid the non-profit social service agency Keystone Opportunity Center.

Canada Life Re recognizes Pride Month and being part of an organization with ongoing efforts to build an ever-more-inclusive community.

Canada Life Reinsurance joins an Investment Partnership Focused on Affordable Housing, Communities of Color. 

CLRe's Blue Bell office helps the Keystone Opportunities Center fulfill its weekly "Fresh for All" program.

In October, the Blue Bell PA team gathered in Lansdale, PA, to help create a rain garden to help reduce runoff and provide shelter and food for butterflies, songbirds, and other wildlife.

Small groups of volunteers from Canada Life Reinsurance in Toronto will be helping monthly at the Allan Gardens Food Bank.