Who Should Get a Visitors to Canada Policy?
- New immigrants waiting for the Saskatchewan health plan to start
- A Canadian citizen who recently returned to Canada after living abroad and are waiting for the SK health plan to restart
- A visitor to Canada on a working a visa
- Medical services
- Prescription drugs
- Paramedical services
- Accidental dental
- Return of remains
- Child care
- 24-hour travel assistant services
(see policy wordings for full list)
No Waiting Period:
If you apply before arriving in Canada or are replacing an existing emergency medical plan issued by a Canadian insurer there is no waiting period.
Choice of Deductible & Coverage:
You can choose your own deductible anywhere from $0 – $1,000.
Coverage limits available: $25,000, $50,000, $100,000, $150,000 or $200,000.