Critical Illness Benefits

Will the government take care of everything?
Statistics
Thankfully we live in Canada, your stay in the hospital, some medications and most procedures will be covered.

Here are just a few expenses not covered or only applicable at tax time, or partially covered
  • Travel, accommadation, meals for out of town medical procedures
  • Housekeeper
  • Child Care
  • Lost wages when caring for a personal with a Critical Illness, such as a child or spouse.
  • Home or vehicle modifications
  • Medical Expenses not covered
  • Travel to the treatment OF YOUR CHOICE
  • A final vacation with your family

  • 1 out of 2 heart attack victims are under the age of 65, 95% of them survive
  • 1 in 3 canadians ( Some suggest 1 in 2) will develop some form of cancer. 65% will survive at least 5 years
  • 1 in 4 Canadians will develop Heart disease
  • 1 in 20 will suffer a stroke by age 70
  • The risk of stroke doubles 10 years after age 55
  • 50,000 Canadians have MS
  • 70,000 Canadians have a heart attack each year
  • A critical illness is unexpected and costly
  • A critical Illness can strike at any age
Focus on your health
Critical Illness is not Life Insurance, it is a living benefit meant to assist you at a time where you need to worry about recovery and not Bills. When combined with a quality disability policy and a health plan you will be ready for any health risks.