March 18, 2020
Effective March 19, 2020 our offices will be closed to the public until further notice. Staff will remain working in both the offices, Shell Lake and Debden, as well as remotely from home. We want to ensure the health and well-being of both our staff and clients during what the Saskatchewan Government has declared as a State of Emergency. During this period of time staff will continue to be available via telephone and email regarding policy reviews, revisions and renewals: Shell Lake- 306.427.2255 Debden- 306.724.2012 email@example.com firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com&…
February 1, 2017
Please be advised that as of February 1, 2017 Willow Insurance Corp. and Debden Agencies Ltd. have amalgamated to become Willow Insurance Corp. Clients will be receiving letters shortly with more information on the added products, services and payment options this will bring to both offices. Willow insurance is now serving Shell Lake, Debden, Big River, Canwood, Shellbrook and Leask.
January 11, 2017
We are excited to announce that we purchased Debden Agencies Ltd. on January 1, 2017! This expansion will enable us to provide more diversity in products and services availableto our clients at both locations. We look forward to becoming a part of the community of Debden and would like to welcome the existing staff of Debden Agencies Ltd. to our team. We wish Ron and Cecillia all the best in thier retirement.
November 28, 2016
The 2017 Calendars have arrived! Stop by our office today to pick up your free copy.
October 7, 2016
Follow these simple steps: When leaving your vehicle, make sure the visible interior is empty. Lock parcels and other valuables in the trunk. Remove your stereo's faceplate and take it with you whenever you leave your vehicle. If this option isn't possible, consider investing in a vehicle anti-theft device like a vehicle alarm. Never leave your vehicle running and unattended, even with the car locked. Always shut windows tightly and lock all doors. Don't leave a set of keys in the vehicle and don't mark your keys with personal identification or your vehicle's licence plate number. Don't leave your vehicle registration in your car. Avoid parking your vehicle in dark areas or near trees or fences, which provide hiding places for thieves. Always keep your vehicle inside the garage, if you have one. Keep all doors and windows of both the vehicle and garage shut and locked.
September 28, 2016
This October SGI will be making a few changes to the Safe Driver Recognition program. You start in a neutral position on the scale and begin to gain or lose points based on your driving habits. Your position on the scale is based on your driving record. In neutral on the scale, you'll receive neither a discount nor a surcharge and will pay the base insurance premium. You gain points for a good driving record, which moves you towards or into the scale's Safety Zone. Each point in the Safety Zone gives you a discount off your vehicle plate insurance, to a maximum of 25%. You lose points for certain driving incidents, such as an at-fault collision or a traffic conviction, which moves you towards or into the Penalty Zone. Once you're in the Penalty Zone, you will pay a financial penalty for each incident you are responsible for as follows: prior to Oct. 12, 2016, the financial penalty is $25 for each point you lose in the Penalty Zone (capped at a maximum penalty of $5001). on …