Did you know vacation staples like scuba diving and drowning cocktails can render your travel insurance void? Here’s how to make sure you stay covered.
Canadians who risk travelling without travel insurance also risk complications with customs officials upon arrival at these 10 countries where health insurance for visitors is required.
Whether it’s for a day trip, weekend getaway, or a week or two away, getting out of the house is on the minds of a lot of people. A recent survey found that 31% of Canadians plan not let another summer slip away without some sort of a holiday.
Now that the kids are out of school and there’s a long weekend ahead of us, many parents are planning to take the first road trip of the summer. Road trips, however, sometimes come with bumps that can slow you down if you’re not prepared.
Wanderlust is back with a vengeance for many Canadians. A survey from Leger Marketing in May 2021 found that more than three in 10 Canadians (31%) have plans to not let another summer slip away without a vacation.
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Some Canadians (16%) are contemplating travelling this spring break, despite being urged to stay home and stay local.
Some insurers now offer coverage for COVID-19 to Canadian travellers but is it a good idea to travel at this time? Here’s what you need to know.
International travel restrictions because of COVID-19 has upended Canada’s tourism and hospitality industry. Can Canadians who are embracing local travel as an alternative give nearby destinations and Airbnb hosts a lift?
International travel remains off-limits for vacationers and adventure-seekers because of the COVID-19 pandemic, but there is still much to explore and enjoy within your home province or in Canada.