Why cancer insurance?

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Can you afford to be sick?

Your health can have a huge impact on your financial resources. The public plan generally covers certain treatments, but many indirect medical expenses are not included. You may have to pay for the following out of pocket:

  • Unpaid leave of absence for your spouse or a family member
  • Frequent trips for treatments and medical appointments
  • Hospital parking
  • Medical equipment and supplies
  • Home care
  • Certain drugs
  • Hospitalization
  • Out-of-Canada specialized medical care
  • Additional treatments

Do not put your retirement plans at risk!

Did you know that?

89% of Canadians

aged 55 to 75 consider themselves in good health.

73% of Canadian
baby-boomers

take medication continually, using an average of 3,5 different medications.

One in two Canadians

will develop cancer, with a 90 % probability of a positive diagnosis after age 50.

26% of population

believe they have a high risk of developing cancer over the next 20 years.

58% of Canadians

diagnosed with cancer are retired.

68% of people

diagnosed with cancer survive their disease.

What is cancer insurance?

What is cancer insurance?

Receive a benefit

of $5,000, $10,000, $25,000, $50,000 or $75,000 upon a diagnosis of major cancer.

Premium starting at only $ 1 / day *

For as little as one coffee a day, you can protect yourself and your family if cancer strikes.

This non-taxable amount

is payable in addition to any other insurance.

Receive 15% of the amount

chosen for a minor cancer diagnosis that does not threaten your life.

No raise for 10 years

No bad surprises! Your premium is fixed and will stay the same for the next 10 years.

Add the complete Critical Illness Option

to cover 5 additional medical conditions in addition to Cancer Insurance.

Membership is fast and hassle free!

It is important to know that ...

It is important to know that ...

Nearly 1 in 2 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer during their lifetime. It was estimated that 206,200 new cases of cancer would be diagnosed in Canada only in 2017. Although an increasing number of Canadians live at least five years after being diagnosed with cancer, cancer remains the leading cause of cancer. deaths in Canada. It is estimated that approximately one in four Canadians will die from this disease.

Although the age-standardized incidence rate is not increasing, the number of Canadians diagnosed with cancer each year is rising

Receive a benefit from $5,000 to $75,000 upon a diagnosis of cancer with a premium starting at only $ 1 / day*!

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