We've been insuring people in La Prairie, Waterloo, and Salaberry-de-Valleyfield for so long, we know your needs better than anyone. That's why we can offer you the best home, car, business or farm coverage for your budget. Welcome to Promutuel Insurance, your home away from home!
Until December 31, 2016, Promutuel is partnering with VitroPlus on a special offer for insured members requiring windshield repairs or replacements.
For the third year in a row, the Promutuel Insurance Vallée du St-Laurent team made a splash for a good cause!
We happily joined forces for the EnBarque challenge, held this year on May 23 at Daniel-Johnson Park in Granby. This dragon boat race raises money for the Centre Hospitalier de Granby Foundation. We’re thrilled to announce that this year’s edition raised over $80,000!
Congratulations to Sylvie Béliveau of Saint-Constant and Colton-James Patenaude of Saint-Ignace, the lucky winners of our “Take a Payment Holiday for 1 Year” contest! We would like to take this opportunity to sincerely thank these two insured members for their trust in us.
Remember that our insured members are invited to complete a survey after a claim is settled. The “Take a Payment Holiday for 1 Year” contest provides incentive and helps us gather as much information as possible on the client satisfaction rate. We are pleased to declare a winner each year from among survey respondents.
Insured-members of Promutuel Insurance Vallée du St-Laurent are invited to join us at l’Espace Rive-Sud at 7:00 p.m. on March 17 2015. Those in attendance will also have the opportunity to listen to a talk by Pierre Lavoie. We hope to see many of you there! To read the meeting notice or obtain a nomination form (seats open for election), click on the following links:
Promutuel Assurance Prairie-Valmont would like to congratulate the lucky winners of the Take a Payment Holiday for 1 Year Contest, Mr. Francis Pecqueur and Mrs. Louise Pecqueur of Granby.
Our insured-members who submit a claim are invited to answer a survey once their claim is settled. The Take a Payment Holiday for 1 Year Contest acts as an incentive and helps us gather as much feedback as possible about our customer satisfaction rate.
Promutuel Prairie-Valmont, société mutuelle d'assurance générale wishes to invite its insured-members to an Extraordinary General Meeting, which will take place at 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, April 29, 2014, at the Relais Gouverneur hotel (725 Boulevard du Séminaire Nord, Saint-Jean-sur-Richelieu).
Click here to download the Notice of Extraordinary General Meeting (in French only).
Promutuel Prairie-Valmont, société mutuelle d'assurance générale convoque ses membres assurés à son assemblée générale annuelle qui se tiendra le mardi 18 mars 2014, 19 h au Château Bromont (90, rue Stanstead, Bromont).
Téléchargez l'avis de convocation à l'assemblée générale annuelle.
Sièges en élection:
Téléchargez le bulletin de mise en candidature pour les sièges en élections:
Siège #1: Secteur Les Prairies (Daniel Rhéaume)
Siège #2: Secteur Valmont (Martin Paquette)
Promutuel is offering young players a chance to experience a peewee tournament.
To give less fortunate peewee players some tournament experience, Promutuel Haut St-Laurent launched an invitational tournament as part of our 160th anniversary at the Centre sportif Promutuel in Huntingdon.
Former Canadiens players faced off against a team of local businessmen on April 21, 2013.
Proceeds from the friendly hockey game went to the Huntingdon Minor Hockey Association and the Huntingdon Figure Skating Association.
On May 25, at the 2nd edition of the dragon boat race in Parc Johnson, the Promutuel Prairie-Valmont team braved inclement weather to raise funds for the Fondation du Centre hospitalier de Granby. Thanks to the encouragement of their captain, Philippe Leblanc-Hamel, general manager Jacinthe Phaneuf, and a cheering section of volunteers, our merry band of paddlers took up the challenge admirably. And raised a whopping $102,000 in the process!
Please note that effective July 1, 2014, the Prompt Support protection (previously offered by Promutuel Prairie Valmont) will no longer be offered when you renew your insurance policy with Promutuel Assurance Vallée du St-Laurent.
In addition to car insurance, home insurance, recreational vehicle insurance, business insurance and farm insurance, Promutuel Insurance offers a range of complementary products designed to meet insured-members’ needs.
Use the menu to the right to discover our other insurance products.
Thanks to a network of financial security advisors, Promutuel offers its insured members access to a wide range of life and health insurance products.
For information : 1 800 510-4630, extension 2322.
2013 will have unquestionably been a year of great achievements. We completed many projects and we have the impression that Promutuel is undergoing a renaissance, bringing greater success for the future. To learn more, refer to your Mutual company’s 2013 annual report (available in French only).
Promutuel Insurance Vallée du St-Laurent was born on June 30, 2014 as a result of the merger between Promutuel Insurance Prairie-Valmont and Promutuel Insurance Haut St-Laurent. In the face of an increasingly competitive marketplace, these two mutual associations opted to join forces so they could cooperate—rather than compete—with one another. Together, they now represent the largest mutual association in the Groupe Promutuel in terms of business volume.
The mutual association’s head office is in La Prairie. It has service offices in Waterloo and Salaberry-de-Valleyfield to continue serving all insured-members across the geographical area covered by the new mutual association.
Here is a brief background of the two mutual associations at the origin of Promutuel Insurance Vallée du St-Laurent:
Promutuel Insurance Prairie-Valmont was formed in April 2010 as a result of a merger between Promutuel Les Prairies and Promutuel Valmont.
The history of Promutuel Les Prairies goes back as far as 1868, when a parish fire insurance mutual was formed by seven separate mutuals in the counties of Napierville and La Prairie out of a desire by farmers to join forces in order to protect their property. Then it was only in 1980 that the seven village mutual associations (in Saint-Rémi, Saint-Michel-Archange, Saint-Patrice-de-Sherrington, Saint-Édouard, Saint-Cyprien-de-Léry, Saint-Isidore and Saint-Philippe) merged to become the Société mutuelle d’assurance contre l’incendie de La Prairie et Napierville.
In 1985, following changes to the Act respecting Insurance, the entity took the name of Les Prairies, société mutuelle d’assurance générale. Finally, in 1995, to confirm its allegiance to Groupe Promutuel, the mutual association changed its name to Promutuel Les Prairies, société mutuelle d’assurance générale. The mutual enjoyed rapid growth, operating offices in Candiac and—from 2003 onwards—in La Prairie.
As for Promutuel Valmont, its history dates back to 1901. That was when the first annual general meeting of the Compagnie d’assurance mutuelle contre le feu de la paroisse de Sainte-Anne de Stukely was held, laying the foundations for the mutual association and electing Stanislas Dorais as its president. By 1905, the association already had 240 insureds and policies were issued for five-year terms.
In 1916, Stanislas Dorais became the secretary for the association and set up an office in his home in Sainte-Anne de Stukely, which would remain the mutual’s place of business for 66 years.
In 1982, a head office was built on Foster Street in Waterloo, which was then expanded ten years later. In 2007, Promutuel Valmont unveiled its new head office in Waterloo, this time on Lewis Street, with a capacity of more than 50 employees. This “green” building with geothermal heating reflected the mutual association’s commitment to sustainable development.
Promutuel Insurance Haut St-Laurent was born out of the merger in 1991 between the Société mutuelle de Salaberry and the Société mutuelle de Beauharnois. These two entities opted to join forces so they could continue to offer cutting-edge products and services while ensuring greater financial stability. The Upper St. Lawrence is a region southwest of Montreal, where both mutuals already operated in unison, covering the counties of Beauharnois, Châteauguay and Huntingdon.
An important point to remember is that Promutuel Insurance Haut St-Laurent was the birthplace of our mutualist movement. It was in Huntingdon in 1892 that the first fire insurance mutual emerged, laying the foundation for Groupe Promutuel. Thus, a small group of farmers demonstrated how mutual assistance could stave off disaster for farms that suffered a fire and were not covered by the insurance companies of the day.
Promutuel Insurance Haut St-Laurent had its head office in Ormstown and Châteauguay, as well as service offices in Saint-Chrysostome and Sainte-Martine.
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Solidarity, mutual aid and cooperation are three core values that are woven into the very fabric of your Mutual. Your Mutual is dedicated to investing day after day in the community, and is proud to have contributed once again this year to the socio-economic health of the region through the donations and sponsorships it has provided to various organizations. Your Mutual is a partner of choice in the success of many local events and initiatives.
We have introduced a survey for insured-members who have filed a claim with Promutuel Insurance to give us feedback on the service they received. This survey will also enable us to improve the service we deliver to our insured-members.
The survey can be found online at http://www.promutuel.ca/sondage and access is restricted to insured-members who have received a PIN. Not all insured-members who file a claim will systematically receive a PIN to access the survey.
If you have filed a claim with Promutuel Insurance and have not received a PIN by mail or by email, but wish to share your comments with us, please do so by following our complaint process: https://www.promutuelassurance.ca/en/complaint-process.
Promutuel Assurance Prairie-Valmont
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