Planning a seaside getaway, an overseas adventure, a cruise, an out-of-province business trip or a weekend in New York?
When travelling outside your home province, you need travel insurance that can protect you from the financial consequences of unexpected events—and let you travel with peace of mind.
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If you’re between the ages of 18 and 30 and will be away for more than 30 days, you can get 50% off Emergency Return Trip coverage. It covers the cost of an airline ticket to return home in the event of an emergency, and to leave again to continue your adventure!
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Insure your entire family on the same contract and only the 2 oldest family members pay premiums. This advantage is also available to dependent children who travel with their grandparents.
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Take a holiday from health questionnaires with the Quattra Advantage! Just fill out the medical questionnaire once and know that any changes to your health won’t affect your premiums or eligibility for 4 years.
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Take out a single contract for the entire year and get peace of mind every time you take off—because the number of trips is unlimited! You’ll see savings as early as your second trip.
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With Visitors to Canada Insurance, you get access to a wide range of assistance services for as long as you’re covered.
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On October 1, 2020, coverage exclusions will be changing for a trip to a country that the Canadian government has advised against visiting
Exceptions are listed in your insurance policy.
If the Canadian government issues an advisory
against non-essential travel to your destination before your trip begins, the exclusions related to a trip to a country that the government has advised against visiting will not apply.
If, however, the Canadian government issues an advisory
against all travel to your destination before your trip begins, the exclusions related to a trip to a country that the government has advised against visiting will apply.
Before leaving, make sure you know which activities your travel insurance covers.
Has someone talked to you about pre-existing conditions and medical stability and you’re wondering whether you’re covered by your travel insurance?
In case of emergency
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