Travel Insurance for Canadians | Medical and Non-medical Emergency Coverage
What is Canadian Travel Insurance?
Who Needs Travel Insurance?
As you already know, Canadian Residents are insured under their Provincial Healthcare Plans, however, they only cover a small portion of medical expenses incurred outside Canada. Your government insurance coverage may also be limited while travelling to another province, and even the slightest injury or illness can deal a significant blow to your budget.
If you are planning on going out of your residence’s province or abroad, travel health insurance for Canadians will provide you with a simple and affordable way to protect yourself from the costs of medical emergencies that may happen during the trip.
In order to qualify for Travel Insurance, you MUST:
– Be a Canadian Citizen or a Permanent Resident
– Be currently enrolled in your Provincial Health Insurance plan
– Meet other specific conditions set by a particular Canadian Insurance company
Optional Non-medical Travel Insurance Coverage:
Canadian travel health insurance coverage we offer is up to $10 million per person. This will give you peace of mind while travelling and cover any necessary personal expenses for medical care. Also, in order to increase your protection, optional travel coverage is available for non-medical expenses including:
– All Inclusive Worldwide/Canada/USA Travel Packages
– Trip cancellation and Trip interruption
– Loss / delay / damage of your baggage
– Documents replacement
– Rental car protection
– Flight or Travel Accidents
– Cruise Travel Packages
Travel Plans – Canadian Travel Insurance:
If you only travel occasionally, we offer you a variety of Single-Trip plans, which include Emergency Medical, All-Inclusive, Trip Cancellation & Trip Interruption options.
If you take two or more trips each year, enjoy the convenience and savings of a single purchase of the Canadian Travel Insurance policy with an unlimited number of trips taken during 365 days. Select coverage for 4, 10, 18, or 30 days per trip outside of Canada.