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For more information on our Plans & Policies
Understanding Your Policy
Read your policy carefully. The most important sections of the policy are:
- Limitations and Exclusions
This section will tell you what is not covered under our policy.
This section tells you who is eligible to be covered under the policy.
This section describes what is covered under your policy.
It is your responsibility to ensure that you understand the terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions of your insurance policy. If you have questions about your coverage, please
contact Rundell at
1-877-894-6453, where we will be happy to assist you.
Also, click on the PDF policy document or link provided in the products section and read the document and coverage related to the product you are interested in. Many policies have limitations, waiting periods for or exclude pre-existing medical conditions. If you or the person seeking insurance has been treated for a medical condition then such conditions are
pre-existing medical conditions. In this case,
you should notify your insurance company and get confirmation in writing that you will be covered for these conditions if you want them covered; otherwise, you could find a claim resulting from those conditions would not be covered under the policy you purchase.
Be sure to read your policy. Contact
us for help, 1-877-894-6453.
Claims, refunds, changes or questions, please review the Plans and Policies section
Downloads and Technology
In order to give you
the ability to order our insurance products online, we
use different types of technology and encryption. You may need to download an upgrade for your browser or software to be able to read files
(PDF reader from Adobe) or fill out encrypted application forms. For
a list of downloads, please
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With each travel insurance policy the insurer will provide a 24-hour emergency assistance service with contact
numbers (toll free in North America or collect call telephone numbers for other locations)
in case you need assistance when travelling. To see a description of emergency assistance services,
Canadian Government Resources and Services
- Bon Voyage, But... – Information for the Canadian Traveller
Nothing can ruin a trip more than running into unexpected problems, especially those that could easily have been avoided.
“The Bon Voyage, But...” booklet contains valuable information and advice for Canadian travellers.
Consular Affairs Canada offers a large amount of information for Canadians travelling and living abroad, including
travel reports on specific countries and regions and a special
section on travelling with
Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade
The Department of Foreign Affairs and International Trade also maintains a website with valuable information for Canadians travelling, working and studying abroad. Be especially sure to see the Travel Assistance and Education sections.
Provincial Health Resources
- Provincial Health Plans
Eligibility for Provincial Government Health Insurance
- Medical Services Plan of B.C.
The Medical Services Plan
(MSP) insures medically required services provided by physicians and supplementary health care practitioners, laboratory services and diagnostic procedures.
United States Government Resources
U.S. Department of State
The U.S. Department of State has a variety of important resources on its website. Most importantly, be sure to visit their
Background Notes on specific countries and regions, other information on
travelling and living
US State Department Travel Warnings
Travel Warnings Provides country-by-country information relevant to health, safety, entry requirements, medical facilities, consular contact information, drug penalties, and more.
For visa information and assistance, see the following
- World Health Organization
WHO website, with access to all its divisions and programs, and links to other relevant worldwide organizations.
World Bank Home page and its constituent regional and specialized banks, which together represent the principal multinational sources of funding for developing countries. The WB group provides substantial support to health, nutrition and population (HNP) programs, publishes many cross-national reviews, research studies, and country-specific documents on HNP topics, provides country profiles and, through its annual World Bank Report, provides a large amount of statistical information on all the countries of the world.
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If you are travelling outside Canada for more than 180 or 212 days (depending on your provincial health GHIP plans rules) and you are travelling for education, you should request
an extension of services from your GHIP.
- Canadian Students
International Students studying in Canada
If you are living, working or studying outside of your country of citizenship then you are an Expatriate. Expatriates have unique and special needs when it comes to health insurance and health care.
We will be providing a full resource centre for resources.
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