Whether you’re heading to a far off destination or a neighbouring province, an all-in-one package is a great option providing comprehensive, affordable coverage for those who want it all. You’ll be protected for medical emergencies while away, missed flights, lost or damaged baggage and more!

Emergency Medical Insurance

Accidents and medical emergencies can happen anytime and anywhere. Your provincial health care won’t cover all travel medical expenses, in many cases covering less than 10% of the total cost and what they do cover, they won’t pay up front. Without enough protection, medical expenses could be financially devastating. Travel insurance lets you travel with confidence, knowing you’ll be protected when and where you need it most. If you need to go to a clinic or hospital while away, you’ll be insured for doctor's visits, medical services, ambulance and emergency air transportation (when pre-approved), prescriptions and more. 

Non-Medical Insurance

Already have emergency medical coverage through another plan? Non-medical packages protect you for missed flights, lost baggage and more! 

Trip Cancellation

You can’t predict a natural disaster, job loss or the death of a family member or friend. When an unexpected event prevents you from travelling, trip cancellation and trip interruption reimburses travel costs if your trip is cancelled before you leave, or disrupted after it has begun.

Seniors and Snowbirds

Dreaming of relaxing on a tropical beach with your favourite book, taking the grand-kids to Europe or driving your RV south to avoid the Canadian winter? Whatever your dreams, don’t let medical costs hold you back. Plan your trip with confidence!

Already have a medical condition? You can still get coverage! A simple medical health questionnaire will determine your rate, not your eligibility. Whether you’re taking medication for your blood pressure or have diabetes, you an still be protected when you travel.

Visitors to Canada

Are you taking a quick tour, visiting family or friends, or waiting for your provincial healthcare plan to take effect? Whatever your situation, you’ll want to get travel insurance coverage before you arrive in Canada.

Canada has a great healthcare system, but if you’re not a resident, you won’t be covered—and medical costs including dental care can be expensive. In fact, the Canadian government recommends all visitors buy health coverage before exploring Canada.


From a campus flu outbreak to a dental emergency, anything can happen. Getting sick or injured away from the comforts of home can be especially stressful, so you’ll want to know you’re taken care. That’s where travel insurance for students comes in.

We’ll make sure you get the best possible medical care, so you can concentrate on what matters most, like getting your assignments in on time and making new friends!

Insurance for Canadian Students Studying Abroad

Did you know that the full benefits of your provincial medical health plan don’t travel with you? That means if you experience an emergency abroad, you could be stuck with costly medical bills. In fact, most schools require you to have a medical insurance plan before you begin your classes.

Insurance for International Student in Canada

Medical and dental treatments are expensive in Canada and international students often can’t get provincial healthcare. That means if you experience an emergency, you’ll be responsible to pay for any medical care costs while you’re here.