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Benefits of CTTAM Membership

For further information on any of the following benefits please direct enquiry's to the contact persons provided.

Important: Members who have terminated membership with CTTAM are no longer eligible for the same group Programs.

                   Participation in some programs can continue although usually at higher rates.


 



 

Exclusive low rates for you and your family.

Join close to 90,000 of your peers who have made the Engineers Canada-sponsored plans the coverage of choice for engineering and technology professionals and their families.

For over 65 years, these plans have been combining very attractive group rates with industry-leading benefits to provide outstanding value. See how a few dollars a month can provide significant protection for your family!

Take advantage of these exclusive plans:

  • Term Life Insurance
  • Major Accident Protection
  • Child Life & Accident Plan
  • Critical Illness Insurance
  • Health Care & Dental Care
  • Disability Income Replacement Plan

For plan details, rates or a no-obligation quote, to apply, or if you would like to be contacted by an authorized Advisor/Agent.

please visit the Engineers Canada-sponsored website, or call 1-877-598-2273 (Monday to Friday, 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. ET).

Plans underwritten by The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company.

Manulife and the block design are service marks and trademarks of The Manufacturers Life Insurance Company and are used by it and its affiliates under license.


 


 

 

Mark's Work Wearhouse

Mark's Work Wearhouse offers a discount of 10% on most regularly priced goods to CTTAM members.

Savings apply to any CSA-approved safety footwear, work clothing, industrial outerwear,

                                      Carhartt and Helly Hansen products, denim jackets, fleece and rainwear, work gloves, socks and winter underwear,

                                      polos, t-shirts, woven shirts, casual pants and jeans.

                                      Show the unique Mark's Work Wearhouse/CTTAM identification card at any of its 350 stores across Canada

                                      to receive 10% savings on selected items.

Website: www.marks.com


Professional liability, Errors & Omissions insurance

A new professional liability (known as errors and omissions or E&O) insurance program designed specifically for

technicians and technologists in Canada.

Coordinated by the Canadian Council of Technicians and Technologists (CCTT), the program is being underwritten by

                                        AIG Insurance Group Inc., a major U.S.-based insurance company.

The program is available exclusively to members of CTTAM and the nine other provincial members of CCTT.

The Canadian firm offering the program on behalf of AIG is Dale Parizeau LM of Quebec.

In Western Canada, the firm of LMS PROLINK will act as the official broker.

LMS Prolink manages over 30 professional liability insurance programs for associations across the country and has partnered with

Dale Parizeau LM to deliver a number of programs in recent years.

Contact: Derrick Leue, Account Executive, Insurance Programs
LMS PROLINK Limited
Phone: 1.800.663.6828, ext. 7717
Fax: 416.595.1649
E-mail: derrickL@lms.ca
Website: www.lms.ca/cctt


 

TD Insurance Meloche Monnex

 

Get more out of your membership.

As a trusted partner, the TD Insurance Meloche Monnex program is dedicated to helping Certified Technicians and Technologists Association of Manitoba members get access to preferred insurance rates on home insurance coverage.

TD Insurance is the leading direct response insurance group in Canada†, offering quality insurance products for over 65 years. From getting a quote to filing a claim, their knowledgeable advisors will help you find options that are right for you.

Click here for more information about how you can save big

†Ranks based on data available from OSFI, Insurers, Insurance Bureau of Canada, and Provincial Regulators, as at December 31, 2015.