Breast Cancer Awareness

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While breast cancer is still the most common cancer diagnosis in Canadian women, fewer are dying from breast cancer today than in years past; the five-year survival rate for breast cancer is now 88 percent. Due to advances in screening programs and improved treatments, deaths from breast cancer have decreased by 44 percent since its peak in 1986.1

In fact, technological and biomedical research advances in medicine have greatly increased the survival rates of people afflicted with many critical illnesses. However, recovery often comes with a staggering financial impact on your entire family. You may be surprised to learn what isn’t covered by your provincial health care plan, such as home care, registered specialists and prescription drugs. You could end up spending thousands of dollars out of your own pocket while recovering from a critical illness.

Hudson’s Bay Financial Services is proud to team up with Canada Life Assurance, Canada’s oldest insurance company, to help give you the coverage you need to focus on your recovery without the stress of worrying about paying for medication and private nursing or supplementing lost income.

Critical Illness Insurance provides coverage to you and your spouse for heart attack, stroke, cancer and coronary artery bypass surgery. Coverage starts as low as $6.84 per month2 and prices are locked in for five years. Depending on the plan you choose, you receive a 100% tax-free lump sum, from $25,000 up to $100,000, to be used in any way you want: for monthly bills and medical expenses, additional help at home or even a family vacation.

You could get approved online and start your coverage instantly after answering a few questions. Plus, right now you can earn 1,000 Hudson’s Bay Rewards points when you obtain a one-time, no-obligation Critical Illness Insurance quote.3

With Critical Illness Insurance, you can rest easier knowing that your family will have financial help in the event you or your spouse are coping with a life-changing illness.

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1 Statistics are sourced from the Canadian Cancer Society‘s Canadian Cancer Statistics 2015 found at cancer.ca.
2 Price quoted is for a benefit amount of $25,000 for a female non-smoker between the ages of 18 and 29.
3 Offer valid when you use a valid Canadian credit card to pay your premiums. Each Hudson’s Bay Rewards point offer is limited to one Hudson’s Bay Rewards account per household. Rewards points are issued within 4 to 6 weeks of payment.
This offer cannot be combined with other offers and may change without notice. Critical Illness Insurance for Hudson’s Bay customers is arranged for by Hudson’s Bay Financial Services and underwritten by The Canada Life Assurance Company.