Travel insurance

You can’t always stay home, but you can stay covered.

Travelling has changed.

So has travel insurance.

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Trip cancellation insurance

Worried that your airline could cancel your flight, or that Pearson might close down due to new confirmed cases? This is for you.

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Health and medical coverage

Sustaining an injury or an illness is always a concern while travelling. Give yourself peace of mind with reliable health coverage.

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COVID Coverage

Travel means exposure to many people and places that you just can’t avoid. That’s where coverage for COVID-19 comes in.

Want specialized coverage for COVID-19?

We know that the world doesn’t stop even with the pandemic, and some Canadians need to travel across the country for work, family, and emergencies. That’s why we’re offering a specialized single-trip COVID travel insurance policy.

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Travel is more complicated than it used to be.

It’s important to ask questions and to take safety precautions.

Here are some answers to the most commonly asked travel insurance questions we get.

Q: Do you provide travel insurance for domestic Canadian trips?

We sure do! Canada is the second-largest country in the world (physically), after all. Flights can still be long (or cancelled) and we certainly feel better with travel coverage.

Q: What kind of travel medical insurance do you cover?

It depends on the travel insurance plan that you get, but it’s possible to buy coverage for:

  • Emergency medical services
  • Flight and travel accidents

You can buy travel medical coverage as high as $10 million. Your premiums are likely to change depending on where your trip will take you, or if you’re staying inside Canada.

Q: How much is the average travel insurance quote?

We need to take a quick moment to say that rates can change significantly depending on your age, your destination, pre-existing health conditions, the duration of your trip, and the number of people insured throughout your travel.

With that said, here are some ballpark figures to give you an idea on costs:

  • $20 for a young child during 7-10 days of travel.
  • $40 for a 35-year-old couple during 7-10 days of travel.
  • $40 for 2 parents and 2 kids for about a week.

That may change modestly over time, but it’s quite affordable in general. Talk to our brokers to find the specific amount for your upcoming trip. Get coverage for what you really need.

Q: How does your specialized coverage for COVID-19 work?

Excellent question. Here are the most important points to keep in mind about this coverage:

  • It covers a single trip.
  • It covers up to $200,000 for certain expenses related to COVID-19.
  • It covers up to $5,000,000 in emergency medical benefits for claims unrelated to COVID-19.
  • You musti be a resident of Canada and covered under a Canadian, provincial, or territorial government health insurance plan.
  • Some pre-existing medical conditions might make an individual ineligible for this coverage.

You can read more about this coverage here.

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