TD Insurance Support to Members Affected by the Floods
To Executive Director RMC Club – May 2017
In light of the recent flooding in Ontario, Quebec, B.C and New Brunswick, we remain ready to support your members in this time where they need it the most.
We invite your members affected by the flooding to contact us if they have questions about their insurance coverage or would like to report a claim, they can do so at 1-877-323-0343.
You will find below links to our social media posts that we invite you to share to inform your members on how they can reach us. Please note that the social media promotes a different phone number from the one listed above but rest assured that they are both directed to the same support.
In terms of TD’s support, we have announced that TD along with the five major Canadian banks are donating $500,000 to the Canadian Red Cross to support the devastating flooding in Québec, Ontario, BC and New Brunswick. It is now possible to make a donation to the Red Cross in all TD branches across Canada. You can read the press release Click here. At the community support level, we offer services in the affected districts, including access to wifi, charging stations and refreshments. We also have the TD Assistance Program available to support our clients who are experiencing difficult times due to flooding. All of this information will be shared on our social networks. We will be in contact with municipalities and the Red Cross to provide support to residents and identify volunteering opportunities.
We continue to monitor the situation very closely and will report any changes in the situation.
Bruce Weaver I Relationship Manager I Affinity Market Group I TD Insurance Meloche Monnex
Valhalla Executive Centre, 304 The East Mall, Suite 600, Etobicoke, ON M9B 6E2
T: 416-758-9349 I Cell: 647-233-3471 I Fax: 416-734-2850
TD Assurance réfère collectivement à toutes les entités et activités Canadiennes d’assurance des particuliers au sein de TDBFG. TD Insurance refers collectively to all of the Canadian personal lines insurance entities and activities within TDBFG.
In This Issue 19:
Spirit I: Lift Off at Concert in Scarlets
ROYAL ROADS 1957: a short story of events from 60 years ago;
names & in some cases photos are included to embarrass the guilty
Ex-Cadets & more in the News
Birchall Leadership Award Dinner – 28 Oct
Book Review – Out Standing in the Field
REFLECTIONS FROM A FORMER RMC DEBATER: 7307 David Primeau, Class of 1967
The week That Was…
Strong leadership from “D Div” well done
W Soccer – Always looking to improve and move up in the standings…
M Soccer Update
Message Board / Affiche de Messages
The SAW Detachment
Deaths | Décès
Previous articles you may have missed:
12320 Walter Natynczyk: Service before Self
End of Year One: What 5 of the first 32 lady cadets had to say & more
15747 Tony Connolly: Proud member of both the rugby team & Debating Society
OPERATION LENTUS 17-01 – NEW BRUNSWICK ICE STORM
24974 Richard Lim: “No more freebies is just fine.”
Sean McDonaugh – Much more than a rugby coach
Classes over: No rest for the wicked