Visitors to Canada | Medical Insurance Coverage
Coverage is suitable for tourists, New Immigrants, Returning Canadians, IEC Visa and Work Permit Holders
without provincial insurance.
In order to calculate a personal insurance quote, simply select the number of applicants, their age(s) and indicate whether or not they have any pre-existing
medical conditions. To finalize your results, click on Calculate Quote after you choose desired policy duration and a coverage limit!
Pre-existing medical condition:
Medical emergency coverage is essential for everyone planning to travel to Canada if you are not entitled to receive provincial insurance coverage upon landing.
- – New Immigrants
- – Foreign Workers & Work Permit Holders
- – IEC/Working Holiday Participants
- – Returning Canadians
- – Tourists & Visitors
If you are a Returning Canadian resident, New Immigrant or a Work Permit Holder destined to the provinces of British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec and Yukon, you are encouraged to get a private health insurance plan in order to avoid the risks of unnecessary medical care expenses during the 3-month provincial coverage waiting period.
As a tourist or other type of visitor to Canada, you should get Visitors to Canada insurance coverage in order to protect your financial well-being from the costs of medical emergency treatment, should the need arise during your stay in Canada.
Moreover, IEC/Working Holiday program participants are required to have a proper health insurance policy that covers emergency medical care, hospitalization services as well as repatriation for the entire duration of stay in Canada. Such insurance is one of the official IEC program requirements and Canadian border officers may ask to see a proof of insurance upon your arrival in Canada.
If you are already in Canada and wish to get covered, do not hesitate to contact us for further information, so our Insurance Advisors can find a suitable insurance plan for you. That is why, it is very important to purchase Visitors to Canada insurance coverage to avoid unexpected financial expenses, if there is a need for urgent medical assistance.