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Do you love to travel?

Are you planning on traveling outside of your province? 

Whether you’re planning to travel out of your province or outside Canada, your full provincial healthcare plan won’t go with you. So you need a proper coverage to protect yourself & family incase any emergency expenses arise, as we all aware about the health care cost. 

There are two major types of Travel Insurance plans:

Medical Benefits Plan:

These will cover the costs incurred due to unexpected illness or accident including medically necessary and prescribed emergency evacuation. aid, therapies, diagnostic tests, emergency dental expenses, evacuation to the home country, funeral expenses or expenses of repatriating the remains back to your home country, flight delays, and much more along with providing emergency assistance services

Trip Cancellation & Interruption Benefits Plan:

Trip cancellation and interruption insurance can help you protect your investment by helping recover the cost of non-refundable pre-paid expenses, in case you need to cancel your travel plan before you leave due to a covered reason. It provides you an opportunity to re-organizing your travel and recovering lost, damaged, or stolen luggage.

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Typically, travelers looking to be covered will be able to select from either a Medical Benefits Plan, a Trip Cancellation & Interruption Benefits Plan, or a plan that combines all benefits from both plans into one convenient package.

Always make sure you have a good Travel Insurance Plan in hand before you leave your province of residence. Depending upon the insurance plan you pick, you might be completely or partially secured. When shopping for travel insurance, compare policy coverage, benefits, and prices, and ask for a list of what is included and what is not. 

To quote for you we need to know:

  • Your full name & date of birth

  • A complete list of the medical conditions you have been diagnosed with, have symptoms, or are being treated for 

  • A complete list of all medications you are presently taking/advised taking or have taken in the past 5 years including the date they were started and the date of the last change – this includes discontinued medications and/or changes in dosage

  • A complete list of previous surgeries and procedures

  • The dates of your travel plans including departure date from Canada, arrival date in Canada, the effective date of coverage, and date of return to Canada

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