Travel Insurance

Johnson, the large and lovable Newfoundland dog, sits smiling in front of a packed suitcase.

If you’re a Johnson Insurance group plan member, there’s one more great benefit – flexible, affordable travel insurance.


Multi-Trip Coverage

Being insured with MEDOC® emergency annual travel insurance may save you time and money, even if you’re only on the road once a year. Multi-trip, year-round protection provides coverage for any number of trips* out-of-province or abroad.

 

Comprehensive 

Some people say that travelling is more stressful than the planning. Fortunately, MEDOC® travel insurance provides coverage for the unexpected along the way, such as emergency medical expenses that may not be covered by your government health insurance plan**. Johnson Insurance provides access to travel insurance that includes trip cancellation1, interruption, and delay. 

 

Emergency Assistance

A multi-lingual Claims Assistance Centre can help you anywhere in the world. They’ll direct you to the nearest medical provider, so you can get the care you need and fast.  
 

Let the hassle-free travel coverage begin!

 

Call us today for a free, no-obligation quote at 1.866.606.3362.

 

Johnson Insurance is a tradename of Johnson Inc. (“Johnson”), a licensed insurance intermediary. MEDOC® is a Registered Trademark of Johnson. This insurance product is underwritten by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada (“RSA”) and administered by Johnson. Johnson and RSA share common ownership. The eligibility requirements, terms, conditions, limitations and exclusions, *(including but not limited to trip duration and intra-provincial trips), which apply to the described coverage are as set out in the policy. Policy wordings prevail.
 **A 90-day Health Stability Clause applies to pre-existing medical conditions and other restrictions may apply.  1For a trip to be covered for Trip Cancellation, MEDOC® coverage must be in effect on the day of booking your trip or purchased, a) within 5 business days of booking your trip, or b) prior to any cancellation penalties being charged for that trip.