Our Visitors to Canada Insurance provides valuable emergency medical coverage if you’re an immigrant, foreign student or visitor to Canada.

You must purchase your plan before arriving in Canada or within 5 days after your arrival.

  Visitors Plan III Visitors Plan II Visitors Plan I
Visitors Plan III Visitors Plan II Visitors Plan I
Ages Eligible more info 1 month to 69 years 1 month to 84 years 1 month to 84 years
Stable Pre-existing Conditions Covered more info Depends on age1 Depends on age1 Depends on age1
Maximum Trip Length (in Days) more info 365 365 365
Visitors Plan III Visitors Plan II Visitors Plan I
Medical and Other Benefits more info $150,0002 $50,0002 $25,0002
24-Hour Multilingual Emergency Medical Assistance more info Yes Yes Yes
Deductible more info $0 $50 $50
Bedside Companion’s Travel Expenses more info Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Bedside Companion’s Other Expenses (Subsistence Allowance) more info $300 $300 $300
Return to Departure Point more info Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Insured Person/Travel Companion’s Other Expenses (Subsistence Allowance) more info $1,500 $1,500 $1,500
Emergency Dental (Accidental Blow to Face) more info $2,000 $2,000 $2,000
Emergency Dental Treatment more info $300 $300 $300
Repatriation of Remains (Transportation Costs)3 more info Unlimited Unlimited Unlimited
Visitors Plan III Visitors Plan II Visitors Plan I
Death, Double Dismemberment, Loss of Sight in Both Eyes, or Complete and Irrecoverable Loss of Speech of Hearing more info $25,000 $25,000 $25,000
Single Dismemberment or Loss of Sight in One Eye more info $12,500 $12,500 $12,500

1)
See the policy document to review exclusions that may apply to pre-existing medical conditions.
2)
This is the aggregate limit of all benefits under the emergency medical portion of this policy.
3)
The insured person is entitled to a maximum of the largest amount specified for one of these three Travel Accident Insurance benefits: 1) Death, 2) Double dismemberment, loss of sight in both eyes, or complete and irrevocable loss of speech or hearing, or 3) Single dismemberment or loss of sight in one eye.