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Benign brain tumour
Coronary artery bypass surgery
Heart Valve Replacement, not including heart valve repair.
Loss of Independence
Loss of Speech
Major Organ Failure
Major Organ Transplant
Motor Neuron Disease - including, Amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS or Lou Gehrig's disease); Primary lateral sclerosis; Progressive spinal muscular atrophy; Progressive bulbar palsy; or Pseudo bulbar palsy.
Occupational HIV Infection
In addition to the 23 covered critical illnesses listed, the following child specific illnesses are also covered.
Earn Rewards points when you use a valid Canadian-issued credit card to pay premiums.1
Receive 1,000 Hudson’s Bay Rewards points for obtaining a free, no obligation quote.
WHO IS CHUBB?
Critical Illness Insurance is offered by Hudson’s Bay Financial Services and is underwritten by Chubb Life Insurance Company of Canada (“Chubb Life”). Chubb Life is part of the Chubb group of companies. With operations in 54 countries, Chubb provides commercial and personal property and casualty insurance, personal accident and supplemental health insurance, reinsurance and life insurance to a diverse group of clients.
DID YOU KNOW
Critical illness can affect Canadians at any time: one in four men and one in five women are affected by critical illness before they reach retirement age.
* Critical Illness Insurance is arranged for by Hudson’s Bay Financial Services and underwritten by Chubb Life Insurance Company of Canada (“Chubb Life”). Critical Illness Insurance is currently not available in Northwest Territories, Nunavut, Yukon and Quebec. Complete details of coverage, including definitions of covered critical illnesses and any limitations or exclusions that apply, are set out in the Policy.
1Earn 2,000 upon approval; and 4,000 annually.
Each Hudson’s Bay Rewards point offer is limited to one Hudson’s Bay Rewards account per household. Hudson’s Bay Rewards points will be issued within 4-6 weeks. This offer cannot be combined with other offers and may change without notice.
Canadian Cancer Society, Statistics Canada, Public Health Agency of Canada and Provincial/Territorial Cancer Registries. Canadian Cancer Statistics 2015. p. 16
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What You Need to Know about Critical Illness Insurance
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National Cancer Survivors Day – Surviving and Thriving Together
The first Sunday in June is National Cancer Survivors Day. While it’s not an official statutory holiday, it’s certainly a day everyone should acknowledge. It’s about commemorating those who have lived through cancer, people who are surviving and thriving in the face of adversity. It’s also a time to remember those we have lost to […]
Did you know that the number of Canadian families with both parents in the workforce is at an all-time high? A total 69% of Canadian families are currently dual-income households.1 Still, even with two salaries, many Canadians are living paycheque to paycheque. Even more disturbing is that more than half of employed Canadians report that […]
April Is Daffodil Month: A reminder that spring is here and cancer is beatable
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