COPA Insurance Programs
|COPA Travel Insurance
Planning a vacation?
If you are travelling outside your province of residence, to the United States or overseas, even the smallest injury or illness can be devastating. Protect yourself and your family with emergency medical travel insurance.
Pre-existing medical conditions are covered if you are under 65. Three months pre-existing condition clause for ages 65-70.
Government health plans provide limited benefits when you are travelling outside your province of residence, whether your journey takes you around the world or within Canada. It is always important to purchase additional travel insurance to protect your family and finances from an emergency situation and expenses due to medical emergencies.
Travel Insurance Coverage that's designed specifically and only for COPA members!
Annual Members Premium: $249.00!
Age 70-74 Annual Premium:
|COPA Emergency Medical Travel Program Ammendment
an Essential Protection
COPA Emergency Medical Travel Program is now extended from age 69 to age 74!
We listened to you, the members of COPA, and were able to negotiate with SSQ to amend the current contract.
Planning a trip?
Travel Insurance is one of the most important things on your list. Whether you’re going across the border, down south, overseas or to another province, your provincial health plan may cover only a small portion of medical expenses. Travel Insurance picks up where your government health plan leaves off.
COPA in association with Puhl Employee Benefits Inc. is pleased to announce a new infinity program available immediately to all COPA members.
The Emergency Medical Travel (EMT) Program, underwritten through SSQ Insurance, has been exclusively designed by COPA and has been customized to meet the specific needs of the COPA memberships and their families. In addition to regular EMT plan coverage’s, designed to cover emergency medical costs outside of your province of residence, this program includes coverage for the pilot and all dependant family members while you are piloting an aircraft in the event of an indiscriminate landing.
Current travel plans available to the general public do not provide coverage while piloting an aircraft. In the event of an indiscriminate landing outside your province of residence, you would be personally responsible for all medical expenses incurred.