Travel insurance for expatriates
You were born and raised in Canada, but are planning to live abroad. If you want this adventure to be a positive one, make sure you’re insured.
Peace of mind without borders
You’ll be gone a long time – long enough to no longer be covered by your provincial health insurance plan, which you will lose after 183 days. By planning ahead, you will protect yourself from the unexpected and the expenses this incurs.
Our representatives understand the needs of Canadian expatriates. They will recommend a broad range of coverage, adapted to your needs and budget, with insurance amounts ranging from $100,000 to $2 million. Coverage includes medical expenses and repatriation, and can be extended to cover dental care, vision care and other healthcare services.
What expatriate insurance covers
- High-risk pregnancy care
- Hospitalization expenses
- Medical examinations and diagnostic tests
- Medical items
- Paramedical services
- Prescription drugs
- Private nurse
Treatment by health professionals
- Air ambulance
- Emergency repatriation
- Repatriation of your remains in case of death
- Transportation and hotel accommodation for an accompanying family member at your bedside
Labour and delivery
- $5,000 reimbursement for labour and delivery fees
- Coverage up to $25,000
How to submit a claim
Call the insurance company you purchased your travel insurance to find out how to submit a claim.
Don’t forget to tell our representatives:
- If you want to check your eligibility for expatriate insurance
- If you plan to visit Quebec while the policy is in effect
- If you plan to return to Quebec
- If you are already abroad without insurance