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Our Life, Disability and Income Insurance is unlike anything else on the market. It combines disability and unemployment insurance with the opportunity to add life insurance coverage. This can help Canadian families with an unexpected job loss, accident or even death. You can use the benefits to pay down debt, help with your mortgage or anything else.

HOW DO I BENEFIT FROM LIFE, DISABILITY AND INCOME INSURANCE?

If you’re unable to work due to an accident or unexpected job loss, you’ll need financial help. With the Life, Disability and Income Insurance, you’ll have access to up to $1,000 per month to spend how you need it. Whether it’s to help pay your debts, fix your car to get to a job interview or pay for in-home care — you have the flexibility to determine the best way to help your family.
You also have the option to add up to $20,000 in life insurance coverage.

WHY SHOULD I BUY FROM CANADIAN PREMIER?

  • Canadian based customer service
  • Simple to apply and virtually guaranteed coverage for everyone aged 18 to 69.
  • Affordable income protection, starting at only $19.99* per month.
  • Life insurance standard on upgraded protection plans.
  • Clear, easy to understand protection with straightforward contracts and policies.

Earn Hudson’s Bay Rewards points when you use a valid Canadian-issued credit card to pay premiums.¹

Have more questions? Prefer to purchase over the phone? Give us a call: 833-242-7504

* Plus applicable taxes.

WHO IS CANADIAN PREMIER?

Founded in 1955, Canadian Premier Life Insurance Company is a different kind of insurance provider. We’re a forward-thinking company that believes insurance doesn’t have to be complicated or expensive. We pride ourselves in offering quality insurance products that Canadian families find great value in. Our focus has always been on our customers — creating unique products and delivering great customer service in a clear, friendly and straightforward manner.

INSURANCE BENEFIT

ENROLMENT²

ANNUAL ANNIVERSARY³

Disability & Unemployment $200 per month

1,000

1,000

Disability, Unemployment & Life $250 per month, plus $5,000 Life Coverage

2,000

2,000

Disability, Unemployment & Life $500 per month plus $10,000 in Life Coverage

4,000

4,000

Disability, Unemployment & Life $750 per month, plus $15,000 in Life Coverage

6,000

6,000

Disability, Unemployment & Life $1,000 per month plus $20,000 in Life Coverage

8,000

8,000

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DID YOU KNOW

On average, 1 in 3 Canadians will be disabled for 90 days

or more at least once before they reach age 65?¹

 

¹ CLHIA. “A guide to disability Insurance.” Retrieved February 10, 2018, from https://www.clhia.ca/domino/html/clhia/clhia_lp4w_lnd_webstation.nsf/resources/consumer+brochures/$file/brochure_guide_to_disability_eng.pdf

¹Each Rewards points offer is limited to one Hudson’s Bay Rewards account per household. Rewards points will be issued within four to six weeks.

² When you use a valid Canadian issued credit card to pay your monthly premiums, you will earn 2,000 points when you enrol for a $200/month benefit; 2,500 points for $250/month benefit; 5,000 points for $500 benefit; 7,500 points for a $750/month benefit; and 8,000 points for a $1,000/month benefit.

³Earn up to 8,000 points on the anniversary date of your policy. Points will not be prorated if you cancel before the anniversary date.

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