CASLT members can take advantage of special deals and discounts through their membership with us. CASLT offers 40% discount on its own publications and coordinates special offers on related educational materials with partner groups.
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The Personal values the things you cherish.
At The Personal, we know how much you value your home and we want to help you protect it. Our “All-Risk” home insurance can cover you for:
- And more
You can even increase your protection with additional options like enhanced water damage coverage and valuable article coverage. Plus, as a member of the Canadian Association of Second Language Teachers, you’re entitled to discounts on top of your exclusive group rates:
- Security System savings – Save up to 15%
- Good Record Savings1 – Save up to 20%
Insure both your home and car with us and you could save up to 5% on one or both policies with our Multi-Line Discount2. Insure two cars with us and you could save up to 15% on each vehicle with our Multi-Vehicle Discount3.
Get your exclusive group rates today:
Certain conditions, limitations and exclusions may apply. The Personal refers to The Personal Insurance Company. Savings and discounts are subject to eligibility conditions, may vary by jurisdiction and may not apply to all optional coverages. The terms and conditions of the coverages described are set out in the insurance policy, which always prevails. Auto Insurance is not available in Manitoba, Saskatchewan and British Columbia due to government-run plans.
1 No claims submitted.
2 Multi-Line Discount available on both home and auto policies as in NL, NS, NB, ON, AB, NU, NT, YT and available on home policies in PE.
3 Multi-Vehicle Discount is up to 15% in NB, ON, NT, YT, NU and AB and up to 10% innNS, PE and NL.
When you become a CASLT member or renew your CASLT membership, you can choose the option of subscribing to the Canadian Modern Language Review for a preferred rate of $26.00.
The CMLR has evolved from an Ontario-centered journal containing mainly classroom-based teaching strategies and resources to a Canada-wide, bilingual, refereed scholarly publication of national scope and international repute. The CMLR serves members of the teaching profession, administrators and researchers interested in all levels of English and French as second languages and, in addition, those interested in native and other modern, international, or heritage language programs and issues.