Peel Mutual has been providing quality insurance products and serving Ontario residents since 1876. As one of the largest members of the Ontario Mutuals, we are owned and directed by our policyholders and represent one of the strongest, most secure financial networks in the world. We offer a complete line of residential, automobile, farm and commercial insurance products tailored to protect you and your family. Please contact one of our agents or brokers today for a quote.


The County of Peel Farmers' Mutual Fire Insurance Company began on April 28th, 1876. PMI has grown steadily to become one of the largest mutual insurance companies in Ontario and is proud to be a member of the Ontario Mutual Insurance Association. From our origins in Peel County, we have grown to serve most of Ontario with quality, sustainable insurance products for your home, Automobile, farm or business needs, available through our network of professional Agents and Brokers.

Our Story


To be a provider of quality insurance products and services driven by our commitment to excellence.


We will strive to become our customers’ most trusted partner by creating sustainable value for our brokers, agents, policyholders and employees.

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The insurance industry has become more complex with its own language of terms, legal issues and subtle details. You need a knowledgeable expert at every stage of the process to interpret these rules and what they mean for you. Your Agent or Broker's personal advice and support can be invaluable as your insurance needs and requirements evolve through different life stages and events.



Insurance and loss prevention go hand in hand. We are owned by our policyholders and our primary goal is to help our policyholders.
Loss prevention is an important part of that help.

Avoiding Cottage Fires

Avoiding Cottage Fires

  • To protect your cottage, consider a few fire safety tips. For the structure itself, select fire-resistant materials; metal roofing and aluminum siding may not look as nice as logs and wooden shingles, but they're a wiser safety choice. If you can't resist wood, treat it with a fire-retardant every few years.
  • Dry grass and debris collect under open porches, decks and floors, so close them in. This will keep sparks from blowing in and setting fire to the dry floor joists or rafters.
  • As you would in any home (but especially one you don't always live in), maintain the fuse boxes, heaters, wiring, stoves, and other possible heat sources. Store any cleaning fluids and other flammable materials in approved containers. Stack any firewood or lumber well away from the building.
  • Keep fibreglass boats and canoes away from buildings, since they're highly flammable. Store them upside down, one metre above ground level, either on a clearing or a rock. If you're storing a powerboat nearby, remove any gasoline.
  • Finally, keep the phone number for reporting a forest fire near your phone. If you notice a fire spreading, your quick attention could be a real break for the forest and everyone in the area.
“ We just had an insured stop in to express how pleased he was with an auto claim and handling of medical bills. Kind of nice to get a visit like that!!!!! It doesn't happen much in the insurance world! ”

Mark W. (Broker)