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What would happen if you couldn’t work?

Toronto freelance writer, Caroline Cakebread was in her early 30s when someone she knew had a terrible accident while hiking: A rock fell on his head and he lost the ability to walk and talk. “Not only was he in the hospital for months,” says Cakebread, “he was left permanently disabled and unable to work.”Read More…

Health insurance: Not covered by a company group plan?

Do you want the health benefit coverage the province doesn’t provide? If you are one of the millions of Canadians not fully covered by a group health plan, you are vulnerable to healthcare expenses not covered by your Government Health Insurance Plan. Overall healthcare funding is continually reassessed. As governments reduce coverage for some healthcareRead More…

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Business Owners: Save up to 30% on health benefits with a PHSP

For incorporated businesses with 1-20 employees, a Private Health Services Plan is more cost effective than a traditional benefit plan. What does a traditional health and dental plan really cost? For smaller businesses, traditional benefit plan premiums can be a disproportionately large and growing expense that you have to pay every month, whether you makeRead More…

Two out of five will develop cancer during their lifetimes

Cancer is the leading cause of death in Canada, surpassing cardiovascular disease. Two out of five people will develop cancer during their lifetimes. On average, more than 500 Canadians are diagnosed with cancer every day. In recent years, the survival rate has increased and 62% of people are now expected to survive more than fiveRead More…

What’s your probability of disability or critical illness before age 65?

Statistics show that workers between the ages of 35 and 65 are many times more likely to become disabled for an extended period than they are to die. For example, for a 45-year-old female the probability of becoming disabled before age 65 is 31%, her probability of being stricken with a critical illness is 17%Read More…

Myths and truths about critical illness

The risk of suffering from a critical illness is real, and most people don’t even see it coming. When it does, many Canadians are forced to deplete their retirement savings or take on additional debt to cover treatment costs and the day-to-day expenses associated with living with a critical illness. When you’re healthy, you mayRead More…

Plan for your health care needs tomorrow, today

Did you know that it’s Alzheimer awareness month in Canada? Not many of us want to think about it, much less talk about it, but the reality is that if we live long enough, there’s a good chance we’ll eventually need long term care. What is long term care? It’s the help you need whenRead More…



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