Single Trip Medical Plan.

Provides a solid way to protect against the cost of unexpected medical emergencies for the entire duration of your trip.

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What's included?

Emergency medical treatment to a maximum of $5 million which includes¹:

  • Hospital accommodations, lab tests, x-rays, nursing and ground ambulance

  • Dental expenses

  • Medical repatriation

  • Medical follow-up in Canada

  • Reimbursements and assistance for vision care, hearing aids, pet care and kenneling

  • Message centre and urgent message service

Multi-Trip Annual Plan².

Provides a comprehensive way to protect against the cost of unexpected medical emergencies for multiple individual trips (up to 4, 8, 15 or 30-days each). Your Multi-Trip Annual Plan days start each time you leave Canada, but if you stay longer than the days you purchased, a top-up will be required.

Also with this plan, when travelling outside of Ontario but still within Canada, you receive unlimited coverage.

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What's included?

You receive all the benefits of single trip plan but your coverage extends for the full year. Emergency medical treatment to a maximum of $5 million includes:

  • Hospital accommodations, lab tests, x-rays, nursing and ground ambulance

  • Dental expenses

  • Medical repatriation

  • Medical follow-up in Canada

  • Reimbursements and assistance for vision care, hearing aids, pet care and kenneling

  • Message centre and urgent message service

What is a deductible?

A deductible is a specified amount of money that you (the insured) agree to pay should you have to make a claim. Once you pay that amount, the travel insurance company will cover the remaining costs for any unpaid eligible claims.

You choose the amount of your deductible depending on what is convenient for you. By choosing to pay for a deductible, your travel insurance premium will be reduced. The amount of reduction depends on what level of deductible you select. A higher deductible means greater savings.