About Us

Canada Life provides a wide range of insurance and wealth management products for individuals, families and business owners from coast to coast.

At Canada Life, we’re focused on improving the financial, physical and mental well-being of Canadians. Our customers across Canada trust us to provide for their financial security needs and to deliver on the promises we make.

That trust is built on the dedication, skill and energy of our employees and advisors and their commitment to our customers and to our communities.

Canada Life is a subsidiary of Great-West Lifeco Inc. and is a member of the Power Corporation group of companies.

Be yourself. Canada Life is all of us.

At Canada Life, we’re integrating diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) into everything we do – for our people, our customers and our communities. Building a culture that is inclusive, safe and welcoming where everyone can be their best, authentic selves is a priority for our organization.

Why work with us?

We strive to create an environment where our employees can be at their best and feel supported mentally, physically and financially. Our efforts to offer competitive benefits and create an exceptional culture and workplace have been recognized, as we’re proud to have been named one of the Most Attractive Employers in Canada 2023 amongst students by Universum and Manitoba’s Best Employers for 2023.

Grow with us

We believe in continuous learning. We’ll support your personal and professional development, and there are a wide range of career opportunities available. In addition to on-the-job training, employees have access to a variety of resources to further develop their skills, including financial support to enroll in industry-related courses. Discover the different career streams available, from finance to customer service, claims management, technology and more.

Get involved

We’re actively involved in the communities where we live and work, building stronger communities together. Partnering with the United Way and other organizations, we provide opportunities for our employees to positively contribute to their communities, supporting education, health, the arts, social services and more.

We are guided by our values in everything we do:

  • Put the customer first
  • Act with integrity
  • Build trust and partnership
  • Foster employee engagement
  • Support our communities
  • Commit ourselves to sustainability

Canada Life has allowed me to have flexible work arrangements, letting me spend more time with family. The leaders are all great from the VP to my manager. They encourage growth within their team and will do what’s best for me and my career.

- Jones Mckay, First Nations from Berens River, Manitoba.

We are committed to providing an inclusive, accessible environment, where all employees and customers feel valued, respected and supported. We are dedicated to building a workplace that reflects the diversity of the communities in which we live and to creating an environment where every employee has the opportunity to reach their potential.

 

Our Employee Resource Groups (ERGs)

Our 6 ERGs are made up of committed leaders and employees from across our company working to raise awareness and understanding, and connect support and engage employees across the organization.ERGs are organized and based on common identities, interests, or backgrounds with the goal of connecting and supporting employees, creating ERG DEI awareness and education, and fostering a more inclusive workplace where we can all thrive.

  • Ability First
  • Black and People of Colour
  • Indigenous Peoples
  • Pride at Canada Life
  • Women in Leadership
  • Young Professionals

The employees and atmosphere is welcoming and supportive. I learned a variety of new skills, and I am continuously learning something new. Management is very helpful and encourages growth and employee success.

- Nicole Smith from Sagkeeng First Nation, Manitoba.

As an early signatory to Winnipeg’s Indigenous Accord in 2017, Canada Life pledged a shared commitment to the journey and reconciliation through building new initiatives, partnerships, and advancing reconciliation efforts with Indigenous Peoples. Today, we are proud to share a few of our commitments through Canada Life’s Stronger Communities Together™ corporate giving framework.

Water First – we’ve partnered with Water First to support the Indigenous School Water Program to create opportunities for more than 2000 Indigenous students (K-12) in western Canada First Nation communities to have an active role in their community’s water protection and management.

Canada Life has announced a partnership with Red River College Polytech to launch their brand new Indigenous-led student mentorship program. The Circle of Friends Indigenous Student Mentorship Program will provide guidance to Indigenous learners as they navigate post-secondary experiences into early weeks of employment.  

Taking IT Global – Connected North Well-Being Fund supported by Canada Life – we’ve renewed our longstanding partnership, assisting the creation and delivery of a program to address unique challenges facing remote and northern communities by supporting supplies and web-based learning activities needed to strengthen well-being across students, teachers, and content providers – available to over 150 schools served by Connected North.

Canada Life has proudly been a long-time supporter of Indspire, a national Indigenous-led registered charity that invests in the education of First Nations, Inuit and Métis students for the long-term benefit of these individuals, their families and communities, and Canada. Canada Life Building Brighter Future program provides 22 awards & bursaries annually across Canada.

Canada Life offers a broad horizon of possibilities. My favorite part of my work here is participating in our DEI employee resources groups, enabling me to be a social justice activist and having a real impact on the experience of my BIPOC colleagues and the culture overall. I have assisted in bringing in famous Indigenous speakers, authors, filmmakers to speak to our employees; and have been in consultation to build a smudge room in our Winnipeg office. We are encouraged to bring our authentic selves to the conversation and our perspectives are valued and considered. Your contributions are recognized and encouraged.

- Rhonda Gilpin-Hartley from London, Ontario.

Current Career Opportunities

 

Career Opportunities

Job Title Posted Date City
Preprocessor 2024-02-27 Winnipeg Manitoba
Lead Reporting Analyst 2024-02-27 Winnipeg
Cyber Detection Engineering Specialist 2024-02-27 Winnipeg Manitoba
Design Strategist DS 2024-02-27 London
Sr Reinsurance Treaties Inforce Analyst 2024-02-27 London
Sr Financial Reporting Analyst 2024-02-27 Winnipeg
Executive Assistant 2024-02-26 Toronto
Administrative Assistant, Life Claims 2024-02-26 Winnipeg
Facility Services Coord 2024-02-26 London
Senior Analyst Group Electronic Enrolment 2024-02-23 Winnipeg
Technical Service Specialist 2024-02-22 London
Director Technical Solutions 2024-02-22 London
Rehabilitation Consultant 2024-02-22 Regina
Client Service Coordinator, Living Benefits 2024-02-22 Canada
Operations Coordinator 2024-02-22 Ottawa
Digital CX Writer 2024-02-22 Canada
Technical Lead 2024-02-22 Toronto
Manager, Investment Ops 2024-02-22 Winnipeg Manitoba
Regional Sales Associate 2024-02-22 Toronto
Product Support Analyst (6 months temp full time) 2024-02-22 London
Disability Medical Coordinator 2024-02-20 Ottawa
AVP Enterprise Architecture, Global Corporate Technology 2024-02-20 Toronto
Sr Data Scientist 2024-02-20 London
Data Scientist 2024-02-20 London
Team Manager DMSO 2024-02-20 Ottawa