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Health insurance covers up to $1,000,000. Please read the policy before filling out the application.

This product is underwritten by Industrial Alliance Insurance and Financial Services Inc.
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STEP 1: TRAVEL AND TRIP INFORMATION

Effective Date of this policy
Termination Date of this policy
OR Duration of coverage days for Multi-trip annual, combo or single trip
Add-ons (Optional):    
Is this a Top-up? (Are you extending another insurance coverage? Have you already departed on your trip?)To top-up or extend coverage of an annual plan, or to purchase coverage after the departure.
  1. Click Yes and enter the Departure Date (i.e., the date you left or intend to leave Canada,)
  2. Enter the Effective Date for the desired extension,
  3. Enter the Termination Date or the Duration of the coverage you wish to purchase.
Departure date from Canada: Enter the date you left or intend to leave Canada; it must preceed the the Effective date of this policy.
Coverage Details:    
Do you want coverage for COVID-19? (If "No", save 10%)


Do you require coverage in the USA or Mexico? (If "No", save 15%)
 
Allowances:    
Did you have a travel insurance claim in the last 4 years? (if "No", save 5%)
 
Name of your Beneficiary: Relationship:

STEP 2 : MEDICAL QUESTIONNAIRE - your answers form the medical statement and become part of the policy. The onus is on you to tell the insurer everything that has affected your health status. You must click Yes for any condition that you had symptoms, been investigated for, received consultation or Treatment for, or had a change in medication or a change in Treatment for, been Hospitalized for or been diagnosed with.
  1. Check whether the stability clause is based on the Effective Date or the Application Date.
  2. If you have been prescribed medicine or a course of care by a doctor or have sought care from a licensed practitioner, you will be considered to have received treatment for a medical condition or injury.
  3. Certain underwriting rules may exclude a condition or reject the application.
  4. The policy is void if there is a material mistake in the medical statement.

 
1) ELIGIBILITY:
You must meet the Eligibility Requirements any time you depart Canada on a Single Trip Plan or depart your province of residence on an Annual Multi-Trip Plan, to be eligible for coverage under this policy.      
a) I have read the eligibility requirements at the bottom of the application and in the Policy documents. I confirm I am eligible.
  1. You are a Canadian resident insured and covered under your Government Health Insurance Plan (GHIP),
  2. You are present in Canada when you purchase this policy and are not covered under GHIP and you agree to accept an additional deductible of $500 U.S. on each claim,
  3. You know of no reason why you would require medical attention during your trip,
  4. In the 6 months prior to the effective date you have not been hospitalized or visited an emergency room for any of the following:
    1. a circulatory disorder including blood clots;
    2. a heart or cardiovascular condition;
    3. a stroke or cerebrovascular accident or TIA;
    4. a neurological disorder;
    5. a lung or respiratory condition;
    6. a digestive or gastro-intestinal condition;
    7. a liver, or kidney disorder; or
    8. diabetes or cancer
  5. In the 12 months prior to the effective date you have not:
    1. had a diagnosis of Stage 3 or Stage 4 cancer, had cancer that has metastasized, or received treatment for pancreatic cancer or liver cancer;
    2. had a diagnosis of a terminal illness;
    3. been prescribed home oxygen or prednisone for a lung condition or a heart condition or had Pulmonary Fibrosis or Cystic Fibrosis;
    4. been diagnosed with or received treatment for Stage IV or Stage V Kidney Disease, kidney disease requiring dialysis or Cirrhosis of the Liver;
    5. used nitroglycerine in any form (spray, patch or pill) for a heart condition for the relief of angina or chest pain, or have a heart condition with an ejection fraction of LESS THAN 40%;
    6. had any aneurysm that is not surgically repaired;
    7. been a resident in a long-term care facility or in an assisted living facility where you were helped with any activities of daily living (bathing, eating, using a toilet, taking medication(s) or getting into or out of a chair or bed); or
    8. been advised by any physician that travelling on your trip would be medically unsafe or that you should not travel on your trip.
  6. You have not had a Bone Marrow transplant, stem cell transplant or an organ transplant except a cornea transplant,
  7. You have not:
    1. had a coronary angioplasty or stent insertion in the past 6 months; or
    2. in the past 12 months, received treatment for or taken medication for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF).
     
 
2) CIRCULATORY, VASCULAR OR BLOOD DISORDERS:
In the last 5 years have you been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following conditions? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) High Blood Pressure (Hypertension), Low Blood Pressure (Hypotension) or Edema (Oedema)
 
b) Peripheral Vascular Disease (PVD) or repaired aneurysm (excluding varicose veins and venous stasis)
 
c) Carotid stenosis of 50% or more not repaired by surgery
 
d) Blood clot(s)
 
 
3) HEART / CARDIOVASCULAR:
Have you ever been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following conditions? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) Disorders of the heart rhythm or conduction including atrial fibrillation, arrhythmia and bundle branch block or a pacemaker implant
 
b) Heart attack (Myocardial infarction), Arteriosclerosis, Chest pain, Angina, or Coronary artery disease (CAD) (answer NO if a bypass, angioplasty or stent was inserted after your last heart attack)
 
c) Surgery for Heart by-pass, Angioplasty or Stent less than 16 years ago
 
d) Surgery for Heart by-pass, Angioplasty or Stent 16 or more years ago
 
e) Valvular heart disorder or last surgery less than 8 years ago
 
f) Valvular heart surgery or an implanted cardioverter-defibrillator (ICD) 8 or more years ago
 
g) Any other heart/cardiovascular conditions not listed above
 
 
4) STROKE / CEREBROVASCULAR OR NEUROLOGICAL:
Have you ever been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following conditions? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) Stroke, Cerebrovascular accident (CVA), Mini Stroke, Transient ischemic attack (TIA)CVAs are caused by a blood clot interrupting the blood flow to the brain (ischemic CVA) or by the rupture of a blood vessel or of an aneurysm (haemorrhagic CVA). Since the interruption is prolonged, the client could be left with permanent sequels. Anomalies will appear on cerebral imaging (scans, MRIs etc). A TIA is a sudden neurological deficiency, which disappears in less than an hour and leaves no traceable imaging anomalies. A TIA is an early sign of a potential cerabrovascular accident (CVA), which does leave permanent lesions.
 
b) Syncope or dizzy spells or fainting that was reported to a doctor or hospital
 
c) Dementia or Alzheimer's disease
 
d) Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, muscular dystrophy, cerebral palsy, multiple sclerosis and myasthenia gravis
 
 
5) RESPIRATORY / LUNG:
In the last 5 years have you been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following conditions? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis, emphysema or asbestosis.
 
b) Other chronic respiratory condition, lung disorder, lung surgery or a removal of any portion of the lung. (This does not include seasonal allergies or a minor ailment)
 
 
6) KIDNEY, GASTRO-INTESTINAL, DIGESTIVE OR LIVER:
In the last 5 years have you been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following conditions? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) Bowel condition including ulcerative colitis, Crohn's disease, diverticulitis, bowel obstruction, bowel surgery, chronic constipation, Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS) or gastrointestinal bleed
 
b) Hepatitis C
 
c) Kidney disorder, pancreatitis, kidney stones not eliminated, gall stones not eliminated (answer NO if gall bladder is removed), 2 or more bladder or urinary tract infections in the last 12 months.
 
 
7) DIABETES:
In the last 5 years have you been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) Diabetes prescribed insulinIf insulin and oral medications are taken, both conditions (Diabetes with insulin and Diabetes with medication) have to be checked.
 
b) Diabetes prescribed medication (not insulin)If insulin and other prescribed medications are taken, both conditions (Diabetes with insulin and Diabetes with medication) have to be checked.
 
 
8) CANCER:
Have you ever been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) Leukemia or Lymphoma or Multiple Myeloma
 
b) Have you had any other form of Cancer not including breast cancer treated with hormone therapy only and not including basal cell or squamous cell skin cancerIf there is a removal of any portion of the lung you must check other lung condition.
 
c) In the 6 months prior to the effective date have you had surgery, chemotherapy or radiation therapy for cancer or malignant tumour(s) (excluding basal cell or squamous cell skin cancer or breast cancer treated only with hormone therapy)
     
 
9) OTHER RISK FACTORS:
Have you ever been diagnosed with, treated for or been prescribed or taken medication for the following? Current Medications  Condition has been Stable for"Stable" means that during the specified period:
  1. there has been no new treatment; and
  2. there has been no change in treatment or change in treatment frequency or type; and
  3. there have been no signs or symptoms or new diagnosis; and
  4. there has been no hospitalization; and
  5. there has been no referral to a specialist (made or recommended) and you are not awaiting the results of further investigations performed by any medical professional.
Exceptions:
  1. the routine adjustment of Coumadin, warfarin, or insulin (as long as the medication is not first prescribed or stopped during the 90 days prior to the effective date);
  2. change from a brand name medication to a generic medication provided the medication was not first prescribed during 90 days prior to the effective date and there is no increase or decrease in dosage;
  3. a minor ailment.
 
 
a) In the 24 months prior to the effective date have you smoked or used tobacco products
     
b) Was your last complete medical examination more than 24 months ago
     
c) In the 12 months prior to the effective date have been prescribed or taken Lasix or Furosemide for any reason
     
d) In the 6 months prior to the effective date have you received advice/treatment in a hospital for any of the conditions mentioned above in sections 2 through 8, or have you received advice/treatment in a hospital two or more times for any other medical condition (answer NO if the treatment was removal of the gall bladder or removal of kidney stones)
     
e) In the 6 months prior to the effective date have you had two or more falls that were reported to a physician
     

STEP 3 : ELIGIBILITY:

You must meet the Eligibility Requirements set out below any time you depart Canada on a Single Trip Plan or depart your province of residence on an Annual Multi-Trip Plan, to be eligible for coverage under this policy. You are eligible for coverage if:
  1. You are present in Canada when you purchase this policy and if you are not covered under your Government Health Insurance Plan (GHIP) you agree to accept an additional deductible of $500 U.S. on each claim.
  2. You know of no reason why you would require medical attention during your trip.
  3. In the 12 months prior to the effective date you have not:
    1. had a diagnosis of Stage 3 or Stage 4 cancer, had cancer that has metastasized, or received treatment for pancreatic cancer or liver cancer;
    2. had a diagnosis of a terminal illness;
    3. been prescribed home oxygen or prednisone for a lung condition or a heart condition;
    4. had Pulmonary Fibrosis, Cystic Fibrosis or Interstitial Lung Disease;
    5. been diagnosed with or received treatment for Stage IV or Stage V Kidney Disease, kidney disease requiring dialysis or Cirrhosis of the Liver;
    6. used nitroglycerine in any form (spray, patch or pill) for a heart condition for the relief of angina or chest pain, or have a heart condition with an ejection fraction of LESS THAN 40%;
    7. had a dilation of the aorta or any aneurysm that is not surgically repaired;
    8. been a resident in a long-term care facility or in an assisted living facility where you were helped with any activities of daily living (bathing, eating, using a toilet, taking medication(s) or getting into or out of a chair or bed); or
    9. been advised by any physician that travelling on your trip would be medically unsafe or that you should not travel on your trip.
  4. You have not had a Bone Marrow transplant, stem cell transplant or an organ transplant except a cornea transplant.
  5. You have not received treatment for or taken medication for Congestive Heart Failure (CHF) in the past 12 months.
I have read the Eligibility Requirements above. I understand them, and declare that I am eligible. I acknowledge that any policy and coverage provided to me on the basis of the answers given will be deemed null and void if any answer is not correct.

I confirm I am eligible.

Notes
Please enter any additional, pertinent information and any other information relating to your health here: (500 characters)

Key Terms and Definitions Used in this Application

bowel condition: includes ulcerative colitis, Crohn’s disease, diverticulitis, bowel obstruction, bowel surgery, chronic constipation or Irritable Bowel Syndrome (IBS).

chronic: means a medical condition that continues, persists, is episodic or recurrent over an extended period of time. This condition is usually long lasting and does not easily or quickly resolve itself.

complete medical examination: means that you have visited a licensed physician or licensed practitioner where your medical history was updated, any symptoms were diagnosed and any test(s) requested or proposed were completed and you are aware of the results of such test(s).

emergency or emergencies: means an unforeseen mental or emotional disorder that requires admission to a hospital, a sickness or an injury which occurs during your trip and requires immediate treatment to prevent or alleviate existing danger to life or health. An emergency no longer exists when the medical evidence indicates that you are no longer receiving emergent medical care and are able to be discharged from the medical facility.

heart condition: includes:

  1. abnormal heart rhythm, arrhythmia, atrial fibrillation or irregular heartbeat;
  2. pacemaker or defibrillator insertion or replacement;
  3. heart attack (myocardial infarction);
  4. heart transplant;
  5. coronary artery disease or angina;
  6. coronary angioplasty or stent insertion;
  7. coronary artery bypass;
  8. heart valve disease, regurgitation or stenosis (mild, moderate or severe);
  9. heart murmur;
  10. pericarditis or
  11. cardiomyopathy and
  12. any other heart disease or disorder.

liver condition: includes Hepatitis C or Cirrhosis. An individual with Hepatitis C may purchase this policy but an individual with Cirrhosis is not eligible to purchase this policy.

lung condition: includes Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease (COPD), chronic bronchitis, emphysema, pulmonary fibrosis, asbestosis, interstitial lung disease, lung surgery or chronic asthma. (This does not include seasonal allergies or a minor ailment).

medication(s): means any physician-prescribed drug (whether filled or not) or remedy used in the treatment of disease and the maintenance of health, including new prescriptions, any renewal(s) or refill, insulin, or nitroglycerine (in any form, with or without a prescription). It does not include other drugs and remedies obtained without a prescription, including aspirin (or equivalent), vitamins, minerals and hormone replacement (or therapy).

minor ailment: means a non-chronic infection (except for any condition requiring the use of Prednisone or equivalent steroid medication in pill form) which does not require any follow up consultation to any medical provider beyond the initial assessment and includes the use of no more than 2 medications for a maximum of 14 days.

pre-existing condition: means a medical or physical condition, symptom or complaint, illness or disease, whether diagnosed or not, for which treatment has been received or taken, or which exhibited symptoms, at any time preceding any departure date and includes a medically recognized complication or recurrence of a medical condition but does not include a minor ailment.

stable or stability: means the medical condition is not worsening and there has been no alteration in any medication (including a new prescription) for the condition or in its usage or in its dosage, a physician has not received any test results indicating a deterioration of your medical condition, you have not been advised by a physician that you should have a surgical procedure, nor has there been any alteration in treatment prescribed or recommended by a physician or received within the pre-existing condition time period you qualify for or have chosen. The following are not considered alterations or changes in medications: the change from a brand named medication to a generic brand medication provided the usage or dosage has not changed; the dosage changes of the regulatory medications insulin or Coumadin, Warfarin, Pradaxa, Pradax or Dabigatran.

treatment, treat or treated: means a medical, therapeutic or diagnostic procedure prescribed, performed or recommended by a physician or other licensed medical practitioner, including but not limited to prescribed medication, investigative testing or hospitalization, surgery or recommended action that is related to the condition.


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