Compare Canadian Life Insurance
Your Requirements:

Get a free life insurance quote at Canada Life Insurance

About Whole Life Insurance

Whole life insurance is life insurance that provides protection for your whole life. Premiums are fixed from the application date and generally do not change. With a whole life policy, you often have the option to pay for life, or pay up early in 10 or 20 years, or until age 65.

Whole life insurance plans are also able to build guaranteed cash value. The money can be withdrawn or borrowed against. In addition, if you decide to cancel your plan you will receive the accumulated cash sum, subject to provisions of your policy.

There are two types of whole life policies: participating and non-participating whole life.

Benefits of Non-Participating Whole Life:

  • Protects you for life.

  • Your premiums are guaranteed never to change.

  • A cash value which can serve as emergency money as you need it.

Benefits of Participating Whole Life:

  • Protects you for life.

  • Invest into your policy to lower premiums or build value.

  • An excellent option for those who have topped out RRSP contributions.

We work with all major Canadian providers to offer you the best rates on Whole Life Insurance. Our advisors work with the whole market to find you a plan that matches your budget and unique circumstances.

Please complete our short enquiry form to get a free, no-obligation quote for Whole Life Insurance.

We search life insurance so you don't have to!

Compare Canadian Life Insurance
Your Requirements:
Cover for:

Types of cover:

Life Cover

Life Insurance pays a sum to the beneficiary of the insured’s policy in the event the insured dies during the term of the policy.

Critical Illness

Critical Illness Insurance pays a benefit to the insured in the event the insured is diagnosed with a predefined illness during the term of the policy.

If not sure please select OTHER


Amount of Cover:

Here you can choose how much you would like the beneficiaries of your policy to receive in the event of your death.

Things you may consider are the amount required to maintain your family’s standard of living and the cost of paying off any large debts you may have such as a mortgage.

About You:
Date of Birth:
Your Gender:
Your Contact Details:

Terms of Use & Privacy Policy. is a division of Insurance Supermarket Inc. and Specialty Life

This is not the official website of The Canada Life Assurance Company