Health and dental insurance that fits your life.
Canadian employers typically offer full-time workers a group benefits plan with health and dental coverage. However, many Canadians may be without benefits, such as those who are self-employed or unemployed, those in contractual, seasonal or part-time positions (gig workers), or stay-at-home parents with no spousal coverage. And provincial health care plans don’t cover nearly the same extent of health and dental requirements that a good benefits package does.
If you find yourself without employer benefits, there’s no need to cross your fingers and hope that your out-of-pocket health and dental costs are manageable – solutions are available to help you get the health benefits you need.
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