ABOUT WELL LIFE CO.
Well Life Co. offers a curated insurance-buying experience to a generation of people who want to live life well.
We’ve designed our business to enrich your day: a downtown location close to your office, private appointment times tailored to your schedule, and an office that opens its doors for education events every few weeks.
So bring the kids, the dogs, or both. Take as much or as little time as you want. Ask any questions – there is no judgment here. Let’s talk about the kind of life you want to protect for the people who count on you.
Founder & Lead Advisor
Leilah Perchaluk, is the founder, lead advisor, and driving force behind Well Life Co. While working at PPI, a large Canadian insurance solutions firm, Leilah learned first-hand about the true impact of insurance. After a father passed away, she saw how a life insurance policy brought comfort to his family. While a mother was battling cancer, she saw how a long-term disability policy paid her family’s bills while they supported her through her illness.
At the same time, she saw the gaps in the industry. Leilah is one of a very small percentage of young, female insurance specialists. She focuses exclusively on insurance policies, and her priority is to teach young people about the importance of getting a policy now, adjusting your coverage as you advance in your career, and protecting a standard of living for those you love if something happens to you.
Tacey Walker is the office manager supporting Well Life Co.
With a background in office management, she helps manage the client experience and ensures that things run smoothly in our day to day operations. Her creative nature and background in photography, have been a great asset in helping develop our marketing and visual presentations.
As a mom, wife, and entrepreneur, Tacey knows whole-heartedly of the value of being properly insured to protect those that you love.
ABOUT 52 ADELAIDE
Well Life Co. is located inside the Douglas and Company building at 52 Adelaide Street in Winnipeg’s historic Exchange District. This beautiful, three-story building was built in 1910 for master tailor M. Appel. He and his merchants manufactured a personalized line of artistic garments, which were sold through the Hudson’s Bay Company.
The exterior of the building features a unique copper cladding and a beaver in the bas-relief, which is still fully intact today. The interior has been completely redeveloped with modern finishes.