We know the local farm business – perhaps better than anyone else. For over 70 years, we’ve been providing affordable coverage to protect what matters most to you.» Learn More
Your needs are unique. So why should your insurance policy be one-size-fits-all? Our custom-made policies let you pick the coverages and limitations you want.» Learn More
Insuring your vehicle isn’t just common sense; it’s the law. Our automotive policies offer complete coverage at competitive rates, giving you peace of mind on life’s roads.» Learn More
Running a small business is no small feat. By contrast, ensuring your hard work is properly insured can be one small decision with immeasurable effects.» Learn More
A fire is a devastating event for anyone to experience. For a farmer, it could also mean the loss of income.
Fire Prevention Canada offers the following tips to help farmers reduce their fire risk:
October 6th to 12th, 2013, is National Fire Prevention Week. This year, the National Fire Prevention Association is working to raise awareness about the prevention of kitchen fires. Did you know that more household fires start in the kitchen than in any other room of the home?
To help prevent a kitchen fire in your home and keep your family safe, follow these rules:» Read More
SouthEastern Mutual entered its first ever float in this year’s Moncton Santa Claus Parade. Staff and agents had a wonderful time decorating the float, themed “Old Country Rock Christmas” and participating in the parade. We were all very happy to be awarded first place in the small commercial category.» Read More
Tart red berries will soon take their place on the plates of Canadians alongside the Christmas turkey and Mom’s famous stuffing. But studies show that our health could benefit from making cranberries a part of our diet year-round. According to Agriculture and Agri-Food Canada, cranberries contain chemicals that prevent bacteria from sticking to cell walls, [...]» Read More
On November 3rd, 2013, SouthEastern Mutual turned 75! We have celebrated this achievement through various events and promotions throughout 2013. To tie it all together, we decided to publish an eight page insert in the Times & Transcript, as a memento to commemorate our company’s history and our 75th year in business. The insert will [...]» Read More
Farming remains a traditional way of life for many Canadian families. Canadian farmers are dedicated to working year-round, even though their product supply is usually seasonal. Why? Because the effort required to produce their goods doesn’t have an offseason. Neither does the need for farm safety. According to the Canadian Agricultural Safety Association, “Although the [...]» Read More