For many years our Antigonish team has supported different causes through the Bonvie-MacDonald Rinks to Links Golf Classic. We’re keen to make a difference in all sorts of ways! A recent highlight was participating in the $100,000 win for Antigonish Affordable Housing through the Aviva Community Fund.
Baddeck has been home to both our 70th and 75th Anniversary celebrations. The community definitely has a special place in the AA Munro story! Through the year we’re also proud to support different youth sports such as rugby.
There’s great fishing in Nova Scotia and we’re excited to support a local team in Bridgewater through the South Shore Bass Masters. We’re honoured when customers refer us to friends and family! Giving out referral rewards is always a pleasure.
Cheticamp was our first true branch office under Alfred Poirier. Acadian culture holds a prized place in our hearts. We’re proud of French history in the Maritimes.
You can find our office in Dartmouth Crossing right across from Seamus David’s pub! Our team is fast-paced and enjoys connecting with people from all over the area. It’s a growing hub and we love being part of the action.
Word is out in Digby that AA Munro is the place to go. We support the local fire hall, animal shelter, bowling alley, skating rink—you name it. Life is beautiful here and we want to help the community grow.
Enfield has all the charm of a small town with great access to Halifax. We’ve been involved with the Corridor Community Options for Adults. It was also exciting to help set a world record in washer toss during Tide Fest!
Our financial services partners live in communities across Nova Scotia. We’ve supported the StFX rowing club in Antigonish as well as local arts organizations.
Ah … life in the Bay. With excitement around Bay Days and #BayItForward, Glace Bay is celebrating its hometown pride. We really enjoy the Christmas Light Up. Two Rivers Wildlife Park is also a special place for us.
Every year we rock the Annapolis Valley Apple Blossom Festival in our favourite pink shirts. We support the business community and lots of other causes throughout the area, such as the Turtle Patrol.
The Steer BBQ is a highlight for us in Greenwood. It was awesome with MasterChef Winner Jennifer Crawford came! We’re also close to the military community and have been involved in the Wing Welcome.
It’s no secret that the golfing is amazing in Inverness. We’re connected to a lot of the small communities along Route 19 and are excited to see the area grow.
We like to think we’re a little sporty in Lower Sackville! Whether it’s running a race during the Blue Nose Marathon or watching a game with Storm Soccer, we like to get our blood pumping. We’re also advocates for organizations such as Beacon House and the Sackville Rivers Association.
Our New Glasgow team is at the heart our Smoke Detector Program for elementary schools. We also support the MS Society, Pictou County Roots for Youth, Camp Geddie and all kinds of causes for the local area.
The light is beautiful in North Sydney. We try to shine a little on the Cape Breton SPCA society and the Northside General/Harbourview Hospital Foundation. We’re also big photography fans!
The Lobster Carnival is a big draw in Pictou each summer. So is the Winter Carnival in the winter! We’re active all year in our community. We support the Rotary Club and a lot of other local organizations.
Our Port Hawkesbury team enjoys life in Cape Breton. We help maintain the Celtic Shores Costal Trail for walking, biking and ATVing. We’re also excited for the development of Harbour Wars.
Our Sales Development team works primarily out of Lower Sackville. We like to get involved in all sorts of events around the province. We’re also very interesting in the growing tech community in Halifax.
PEI has a special place in the story of AA Munro as the home of our longtime CEO, Harley MacCaull. Our Fire Hall Photo Contest supports awareness of Volunteer Fire Halls on the Island. We’d love to learn how we can do more.
The Red Cup is a highlight for our Sydney River team—we’re big hockey fans! We also support a lot of local businesses through our Pay It Forward program. We’re honoured to recognize AA Munro’s Little Giants in December with 101.9 The Giant.
Truro is a great place for minor football—and we’re at the heart of it. We help players under the Friday Night Lights and coaches during the East Coast Mega Clinic. And we’re connecting with firefighters though our Shield Protection Program.
Whycocomagh is where it all began. Our founder, A. Alcorn Munro, started our community-based approach to insurance here in 1944. We are a part of many aspects of local life, from sports teams to breakfast programs.