PROVIDING FINANCIAL SECURITY WHEN IT IS NEEDED MOST
Our LDI Insurance (Life, Disability and Income Insurance) is unlike anything else in the Canadian market. We combine 3 insurance products into one comprehensive solution.
We help families with unexpected job loss by providing a non-taxable monthly benefit. You receive payments directly and decide how best to use benefits — from mortgage or car payments to school tuition or utility bills and more.
WHY CANADIAN PREMIER LIFE INSURANCE?
✓ Income protection starting at $14.99
✓ Premiums don’t increase with age
✓ Enrol and get protection today
✓ Guaranteed Acceptance for everyone aged 18 – 69
✓ No underwriting
✓ No medical questions
✓ Clear, easy to understand contracts
✓ Exclusively available from Hudson’s Bay
✓ PLUS Earn Hudson’s Bay Rewards points when you use a valid Canadian-issued credit card to pay premiums.2
HUDSON’S BAY REWARDS POINTS EARNED ANNUALY3
|Disability & Unemployment $200 per month||
|Disability, Unemployment Income benefit & Life $250 per month, plus $5,000 Life Coverage||
|Disability, Unemployment Income benefit & Life $500 per month, plus $10,000 in Life Coverage||
Earn Rewards points when you use a valid Canadian-issued credit card to pay premiums.¹
Due to provincial regulations, Rewards Points are not available for any quotes or enrolments to customers located in ON, PQ, NS, PEI and NFLD.
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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.
Did you know?
Almost half of all Canadians live paycheque to paycheque, and missing even one pay period can make it difficult to meet financial obligations. LDI Insurance provides a non-taxable monthly benefit to cover costs during involuntary job loss, accident, illness or loss of life.
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 Earn 1,000 points when you enrol for a $200/month benefit; 2,000 points for $250/month benefit; 4,000 points for $500 benefit; 6,000 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.
*Product descriptions are as published by suppliers on their websites as of October 2018. Product currently not available Saskatchewan.
Due to provincial regulations, Rewards Points are not available for any quotes or enrolments to customers located in ON, PQ, NS, PEI and NFLD. Premiums can be paid using the Hbc Mastercard powered by NEO or any valid Canadian credit card.
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