Our Critical Illness Plan is a financial tool designed to make the application and purchasing process easy for Canadians in Manitoba looking for effective critical illness insurance coverage.
We removed the requirement for medical exams from our application process because we want as many residents in Manitoba as possible to have access to suitable protection.
The application process for our plan does not require appointments with agents. To get free quotes and see your plan options and make a purchase, you only have to use our short online application.
The plan provides up to $25,000 in entirely tax-free living benefit amounts that help you and your family carry on after a diagnosis.
Get financial peace of mind for a number of covered conditions, like cancer, heart attack, and stroke.
We only have two simple requirements: be between 18-69 and have a permanent residence in Manitoba.
Applying for coverages doesn’t require you to complete any paperwork to be eligible.
All our plans have a 30-day money-back guarantee. If you are not completely satisfied, return your policy, and you will get a full refund.
If you are interested in acquiring the Critical Illness Plan in Manitoba,
complete our application form to get a free no-obligation quote and discover your plan options now.
All claims are subject to a 30-day survival period following a diagnosis. Death that occurs during this time will not result in payable benefits.
Benefits will not be paid for insured conditions, child insured conditions or additional benefit conditions caused directly or indirectly, by or contributed to by any of the following:
Benefit will not be paid for any pre-existing condition.
Within the first 2 years: an insured condition such as, for example, a heart attack, will not be covered if it was caused by a pre-existing condition such as, for example, hypertension. After 2 years, this exclusion will no longer apply.
Benefits will not be paid of any amount for cancer, early-state prostate cancer treatment of DCIS for a period of 90 days from the effective date of the policy or the date of its reinstatement, whichever is sooner.✕ Close