Travel Insurance – Thank You
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An Ontario licensed broker will be in contact with you either via phone or email within the next 24 hours to provide quotations and plan details. It is important to speak with a broker to customize coverage for yourself and your trip. Our brokers have access all the top travel insurance carriers so whether you complicated health conditions of unusual travel plans, we can get you insured at the best price.
What kind of coverage is available
Visitor-to-Canada travel insurance covers medical emergencies and hospitalization in Canada. Coverage can range from $10,000 to $250,000 for the length of your policy.
If a medical emergency occures while you are visiting in Canada, you can make a simple, toll-free call, day or night, and be connected with a professional who can refer you to a physician, clinic, or hospital to receive appropriate care.
Emergency medical fees coverage includes:
- Emergency hospital care
- Emergency medical care
- Emergency medical transport
- Accidental dismemberment or death
- Transportation expenses
- Emergency dental care
- Emergency travel home
- Hospital allowance
- Expenses for paramedical services
- Expenses related to your death
Angela and her kids were visiting Thunder Bay from the Philippines. Out of the blue, she started getting headaches, everything started spinning and she got tired. That’s when her sister-in-law, Sophie, called the paramedics and she was taken to emergency care, where it was discovered that she had a stroke. She was hospitalized for 7 days. Her medical treatment included Intravenous injection of tissue plasminogen activator (tPA) and a prescription of ACE inhibitors before being discharged.
|Amount paid by the insurance company||$27,696.58|
Who this coverage is for
- Visitors to Canada
- Canadians who aren’t covered by government healthcare
- People in Canada on a work visa
- New immigrants who are waiting to obtain government healthcare
- People coming to Canada under a SuperVisa
Canadians without provincial coverage
If you are a Canadian citizen and have left your province for a certain amount of time, you may lose your provincial healthcare coverage. If you are in-country for only a short visit, visitor-to-Canada insurance will cover you. However, if you expect to remain in-country, inpatriate insurance may be the better option for you.
If you aren’t sure which product would be best for your situation, speak to one of our agents. They can help you find the right product.
If you plan to visit Canada, make sure you have the right coverage!
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