Why travellers prefer Blue Cross
The Air Passenger Protection Regulations (better known as the Air Passenger Bill of Rights) was brought in by the Canadian Transportation Agency (CTA) in two phases in 2019. Airlines are now required to adhere to a set of regulations that provide better protection for air passengers when they face things like delays and flight cancellations.
As of January 1, 2020, the Ontario government no longer covers emergency healthcare expenses under OHIP when Ontario residents travel out of the country. You still have some coverage for travel to other provinces and territories within Canada, but not when you’re abroad.
Getting sick or having an accident is beyond disconcerting, especially if you’re in an unfamiliar country or don’t speak the language. Fortunately your Blue Cross® travel insurance includes a reliable, globally recognized medical assistance service that’s there for you wherever you are and whenever you need it.
Trips that cross time zones can be tough on some travellers, while others seem to almost laugh it off. Personally, I always need a few days to get into the swing of things—coming or going—after I arrive somewhere.
This Halloween, we decided to put together a list of eerie destinations with a past sure to send shivers down your spine, even if you’re skeptical about the supernatural.
Beachfront resorts, sports vacations, foodie getaways, outdoor pursuits—there are countless ways to relax and recharge when you travel. Whatever your activity or destination of choice, I’m convinced that the most important thing is to take some time to unwind and simply chill. Read on for some inspiring ideas for your next relaxing getaway.