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Travel Insurance Tips

Many travel insurance policies require proof of departure and return. Purchases at “Duty Free” and using credit cards or cash debit cards on your last day at home and first day away are convenient ways of establishing a record that can be retrieved later.

Medipac recommends using a passport for all your travels, and asking that it be stamped upon entering and leaving any country. That’s indisputable proof!

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Travel Insurance quotes from provincial governments


Do not rely on your provincial health plan to cover costs if you get sick or are injured while abroad.

Arrange for private health insurance...as your provincial/territorial health insurance may not cover you.

For complete protection, additional [travel] medical insurance should be purchased from a private insurance company, even if you only plan to leave the country for a day.

…you are encouraged to obtain additional [travel] health insurance before travelling.

…out-of-country travelers are strongly advised to obtain additional [travel medical] insurance from private insurers…

It is recommended that residents traveling outside this country ensure that they have adequate private [travel] health insurance to supplement their provincial health plan.

It is strongly recommended that any resident traveling out of province purchase a Travel Health [Insurance] Plan…

...it is strongly recommended that you purchase travel [health] insurance when you travel outside of the province or country.

Coverage for out-of-country health care services is limited; you should purchase supplementary [travel health] insurance.

PEI residents visiting other countries are advised to obtain private [travel] medical insurance…

If you are planning to leave the country…make sure you have additional [travel] health insurance.