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Travel Insurance

No one expects to have an accident when they’re travelling, but they do happen.

Our TravelStar® Travel Insurance Plans give you the freedom to choose the coverage that best suits your travel needs. From emergency medical to trip cancellation insurance, we’ve covered the bases so you can get out there and enjoy your adventure.

There are two TravelStar Travel Insurance options to meet your needs.

Go out and explore the world.


If you're travelling the world, or even within Canada, there can be emergency medical costs that you didn’t plan for and that aren’t covered by government insurance. Our TravelStar Emergency Medical Travel Insurance makes sure you're covered, when you need it, no matter where you are.

  • For quick trips and extended stays
  • Up to $5,000,000 in coverage
  • Covers essentials including ambulance, emergency dental, hospital care and more!
  • Virtual Care for minor emergencies like a sprained ankle or eye infection can be available
For the things you didn't plan for.


Sometimes, it doesn’t matter how much you plan or prepare. There will always be things out of your control, such as bad weather, that can lead to flight delays and cancellations. Our TravelStar Trip Cancellation coverage means you can protect your investment and that when disaster strikes, you’re not alone.

Includes coverage for items such as:

  • Non-refundable airfare, pre-paid travel arrangements and cancellation penalties
  • Out-of-pocket expenses you may incur during extended delays
  • Baggage loss, damage or delay

Travel protected with TravelStar Travel Insurance.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Yes. All applicants must meet the eligibility requirements. When applying for coverage for a child under 18 years of age, a parent or guardian must declare on the dependant's behalf that the child also meets eligibility requirements - regardless of whether a premium is charged for the child or not.

We know travelling as a family can be expensive. We allow adults purchasing Single-Trip Emergency Medical Travel Insurance to include up to six dependent children under the age of 16 to their plan for free.

Trip Cancellation plans are available to anyone provided:

  • they're a Canadian resident;
  • the plan is purchased before leaving on a trip;
  • the destination isn't under a travel advisory to avoid non-essential or all travel;
  • the plan is purchased prior to cancellation penalties being imposed; and
  • medical questions have been answered if your trip is valued over $12,000

Benefits for baggage loss, damage & delay are payable up to $500 per item/set, to a maximum of $1,500 per person.

No. This plan is non-refundable.

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