Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life release 2012 Public
WINNIPEG, May 16, 2013 /CNW/ - Great-West Life, London Life and Canada
Life, together with their staff and distribution associates, are
helping create value for Canadians in many different ways - the theme
of the companies' 2012 Public Accountability Statement.
Among the highlights of 2012, the report shows how the companies
contribute to national solutions for meeting the fundamental needs of
Canadians, including affordable retirement, and healthcare that helps
enhance quality of life.
engage with Canada's charitable sector, contributing $11.9 million
through their national corporate citizenship program to help address
national, regional and local community priorities.
foster a workplace culture in which more than 10,000 staff across Canada
can learn, grow, and contribute to the success of the organization and
the communities where the companies operate.
manage the environmental impact of their operations, including
information on greenhouse gas emissions, energy and water consumption,
and landfill waste generation.
"As a company and as individuals, we have many opportunities to create
value for our customers, communities and organization. We also can
actively manage our impact on the environment," said Paul Mahon,
recently appointed President and Chief Executive Officer. "Through our
focus on corporate social responsibility, including corporate giving
and the outstanding volunteer efforts of our staff and advisors, we're
proud to build stronger communities in many different ways."
View and download Creating Value - Our Report to You.
About Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life
Great-West Life, London Life and Canada Life offer a broad portfolio of
financial and benefit plan solutions, and serve the financial security
needs of more than 12 million people across Canada. Responsible and
ethical management is an intrinsic value of the companies and is
essential to long-term profitability and value creation. As an Imagine
Caring Company supporting the principles of corporate citizenship and
benchmarks for community investment established by Imagine Canada, the
companies donate a minimum of one per cent of average pre-tax profits
to non-profit, charitable and community organizations each year.
Learn more about the organization's corporate social responsibility.
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SOURCE: Great-West Life Assurance Company
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