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Insurance may be cancelled for the current year only on crops insured which have been destroyed by some cause other than hail by notifying Municipal Hail Insurance by fax or registered letter on or before July 29th.
The Crop Report Correction Form is used to inform Head Office of any changes made by the landowner after a Crop Report has already been submitted.
Evidence must be left in the event that the hailed crop will be harvested prior to adjustment.
An owner of land insured with Saskatchewan Municipal Hail Insurance Association may exempt a crop/crops from the operations of the Municipal Hail Insurance Act by filing a Crop Exemption application on or before April 30th of the current year.
Notice of Loss
Notice of Loss should be filed when the estimated loss is greater than 5% or the deductible in effect. Notice of Loss should be filed within 3 days of the loss.
The Rate Guide is updated annually to provide customers ease in determining the appropriate charged rate for all available coverage options. It includes information on how to calculate premium as well as crop surcharge information. The current basic hail rate can be found next to each land location on the Crop Report form or on the Rate Letter.
We are proud to support the next generation of smart minds through our Municipal Hail Insurance Scholarships. Submit a completed application form accompanied by a copy of your most recent transcripts and proof of enrolment in a Saskatchewan university or technical institute by mail to:
Municipal Hail Insurance
2100 Cornwall Street
Regina, SK S4P 2K7
or by email to:
Successful applicants will be notified by July 31st.
Owners of land may withdraw all, but not part, of their cultivated land from the operations of The Municipal Hail Insurance Act by filing a withdrawal application with the Association on or before March 31st in any year. Owners of land may also withdraw part of their land only if used for haying and grazing purposes.