Exclusive Insurance Discounts for CPS-ECP Members – Boat, Home and Auto

Cowan Group Insurance

Jan 25, 2024

Cowan Insurance has partnered with CPS-ECP to provide exclusive coverage to our members!

Boat Insurance

  • Exclusive member discounts – Get a 15% discount on boat insurance (for premiums of more than $350)
  • Reduced deductible – 10% decrease in policy deductible for every claim-free year, up to 50%
  • Extended navigation – Coverage available for southern cruises
  • 12-month navigation – No lay-up period required

Group Home and Auto

  • Combine to save – Save up to 10% on your home and auto insurance
  • Flexible payment plans – No additional charges for pre-authorized payments
  • Available Canada-wide – All members can take advantage of exclusive rates
  • Custom insurance solutions – Protection designed for you and your lifestyle

GET A QUOTE: www.cowangroup.ca/cps-ecp

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