Doesnt this impact insurance buyers too tho?Unless you have 100% coverage through a credit card or some other source, ALWAYS buy travel insurance. You’ll probably never use it but - for the cost - it’s pure gold.
A good friend of mine declined to do so. Pinnacle of health. What could go wrong? Broken leg while hiking. American healthcare. Sure, they set the break - but they did it wrong and he had to have his leg re-broken and re-set when he finally made it home a month later.
For the premium? Cancellation, interruption and medical coverage are always a safe bet when you travel anywhere outside your home country.
As I understand it premiums and coverage in Ontario are adjusted with insurance taking public coverage into account and working in extension off of this.
So even if already always buying premiums should go higher as private plans for Ontario now need to cover this portion they excluded from calculations
And here is where you see the Conservative propensity to award sweetheart private takeovers of public areas of benefit for Canadians - sold to us as savings but mostly we pay for it in the market with higher prices. And it's a nice parasitical, codified relationship for the big donors being rewarded
Locked in customer base and higher profits