Stan Darling Insurance Inc offers the best protection and best value
Chances are your business is similar to ours. We are local, independently owned and family operated. Because of this we are aware of the risk that can face business today and will work to protect you. There is tangible risk such as fire or wind but we will also address the intangibles like your downtime during a claim and how to protect your lost income.
We specialize in transportation, construction, long haul trucking, contractors, special events, retail, wholesale, professional liability, garage policies and resort but can look at all types of commercial insurance. Let us talk to you about your business insurance needs and see if we can tailor a policy to meet your needs.
Stan Darling (1911-07-16 – 2004-04-11) founded Stan Darling Insurance in 1938. He had an extensive public service record after establishing his insurance brokerage. In the 1972 federal election, he ran successfully as the Progressive Conservative candidate for the House of Commons in the riding of Parry Sound-Muskoka and won re-elections in 1974, 1979, 1980, 1984 and 1988.
His tireless efforts to fight for the environment are still recognized by current Federal Member of Parliament Tony Clement.
Stan was father to Peter and John who operated the insurance and real estate offices after his move to Ottawa as Member of Parliament. He has four grandchildren, Patrick, Stephen, Jason and Victoria. Stephen and Jason are the current owners of Stan Darling Insurance Inc.
You can rely on Stan Darling Insurance Inc.
Four generations of experience
We work for you, we are your advocates
We’ve got you covered, whatever you insurance needs
Specializing in Auto, Property and Home Insurance
Located in the Almaguin Highlands, part of the Muskoka/Parry Sound district
Saving you money, best coverage accessible at affordable premiums
Professional advice and customer service, every step of the way
* Fine as listed is set fine including Victim Fine Surcharge and court costs
Penalty Effective September 1, 2015
$60 – $500 fine
$490* fine and three demerit points; minimum 30-day suspension for novice drivers
“Dooring” of cyclists or vehicles
$60 – $500 fine
$365* fine and three demerit points
Drivers must leave a one-metre distance when passing cyclists or face a $110* fine and two demerit points; $180* fine and two demerit points for failing to leave a one-metre distance when passing cyclists in a community safety zone
Improper lighting on bicycle
$20 set fine
Slow Down, Move Over
Slow Down, Move Over for emergency vehicles stopped at roadside to assist
Slow Down, Move Over requirement now also includes tow trucks stopped at roadside to assist; $490* fine for violation