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If you’re a frequent traveller who is looking to apply for emergency medical coverage, then this annual plan could be more cost-effective than buying a single plan each time you travel. You’ll get medical coverage for an unlimited number of trips taken outside of your province or territory of residence, up to your chosen maximum trip duration, for one year.
- You are a Canadian resident.
- You are covered by the government health insurance plan of your province or territory of residence for the entire duration of your trip and at the time a claim is incurred.
- The minimum age of coverage for anyone on your policy, including a spouse1 or dependent children2, is 15 days old. There is no maximum age limit for you or your spouse.
- Applicants 60 years of age and older will need to complete a medical questionnaire.
- There are medical conditions that could make you ineligible for coverage under this plan.3
- If you are 15 days to 79 years old, you have a choice of selecting the maximum trip length of 4, 9, 16 or 30 consecutive days.
- If you are 80 years old or older, you have a choice of selecting the maximum trip length of 4, 9 or 16 consecutive days.
- Pre-existing medical conditions.4
- Travelling against the advice of a physician.
- Expenses not pre-approved by our administrator may be limited or excluded.
- Abuse of alcohol, drug or toxic substances.
- Self-inflicted injuries.
- Travel to destinations under a travel advisory by the Canadian government.
- Noncompliance with any medically prescribed medical therapy or treatment.
- The birth of any child during your trip.
Refer to the Sample Policy for a full description of eligibility requirements, defined terms, benefits, limitations and exclusions.
If you’re planning more than one trip in a year, then this plan could be a better value when you consider the following:
- Provides coverage for an unlimited number of trips up to your selected maximum trip duration that you take in a year.
- This plan could cost less than purchasing a separate emergency medical insurance plan for each trip within a year.