Travel Emergency Medical Insurance
Coverage for emergency medical expenses, including COVID-19* and quarantine expenses when you’re travellingLearn More
Visitors to Canada Travel Emergency Medical Insurance
Coverage for visitors to Canada, returning Canadians and new immigrantsLearn More
Trip Protection Coverage
Coverage for trip cancellation, trip interruption, airline delays and baggage loss, damage or delayLearn More
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Travel Insurance is sold through B.C.A.A. Holdings Ltd. dba BCAA Insurance Agency, a licensed insurance agent and is underwritten by BCAA Insurance Corporation. Insurance claims are administered by Orion Travel Insurance Company and its subcontractors, Active Care Management (2018) Inc. and Global Excel Management Inc.
*$10,000,000 CAD COVID-19 medical coverage limit applies if you have been fully vaccinated (administered with at least two doses of a Health Canada-approved COVID-19 vaccine) and up to $1,000,000 CAD if you have been administered one dose. Dose(s) must be administered 14-days or more prior to departure. Coverage provided at no additional cost with the purchase of a BCAA Travel Emergency Medical Insurance policy. Children under the age of 18 are covered regardless of their vaccine status. Full eligibility criteria for COVID-19 coverage and all policy terms, conditions, exclusions and limitations can be found in the policy wording at bcaa.com/wordings. The availability of virtual care depends on your geographic location, medical emergency and remains subject to the discretion of BCAA Claims Assistance.
** Dependent children are free on family policy with two paying adults. Adults must be age 59 or younger. Not applicable to one parent and one child families, who can save by purchasing individual policies rather than a family policy. Policy terms and conditions apply.