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Term Life Insurance
Whole Life Insurance
Disability coverage replaces some of your income if you can’t work because of an injury or illness. This monetary benefit will continue until the benefit period ends or you return to work. It can help you and your family pay for necessary expenses like your mortgage, car payments, utilities, groceries, etc.
Critical Illness (CI)
Critical Illness coverage offers financial compensation for cancer, stroke, heart attack or other debilitating illnesses. Such illnesses can sometimes require recovery costs and even force a leave of absence from work. Therefore, when establishing your policy, you can choose the coverage that meets your specific needs, as recovery costs can vary.
Our Loan Protection coverage is not a one-size-fits-all style policy. Our personalized policies translate to better coverage and premiums that are, on average, 30-50% lower than traditional Creditor Insurance.
What does life insurance cover?
We tend to think of life insurance as income replacement; it is one of its primary purposes in many cases. If your loved ones depend on your income for their daily needs, life insurance offers you the peace of mind that they’ll have the financial support they need when you’re no longer here for them. Life insurance can help cover final expenses such as funeral costs and debt/loans such as your mortgage, to name a few examples.
How much life insurance do I need?
While having a $1 million life insurance policy sounds nice, you may not need that much coverage. One way to determine how much is enough is to consider future costs for priority things, such as child care, paying off your mortgage, and settling any outstanding debts/loans.
Ideally, when trying to determine the amount of coverage you need, you want to be able to settle your debts first. Other additional areas to consider are your income, family needs, etc.
Get the coverage for a healthier life: personal health plan.
Don’t leave your health to chance. Our health insurance plan can help you fill the provincial or workplace benefits gaps. From basic coverage like blood pressure monitors and diabetic supplies to more comprehensive options like hospital accommodations and emergency ambulance services, we’ve got you covered.