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Travel Insurance for seniors.

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Whenever you travel, it’s important to ensure you have the protection you need if you are faced with an unexpected illness or injury. Travel insurance with comprehensive emergency medical coverage should always be on your checklist when planning your next trip out-of-province or out-of-country. If you have not enrolled in the MROO Annual Travel Insurance Plan¹, consider one of the many other single and multi-trip travel insurance options offered through our MROO Travel Insurance Program.

¹ MROO Annual Travel Insurance is available to retirees and their spouses on an optional basis when they enroll in either a MROO Health Care or Health and Dental Care Plan.

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Flexible Travel Plans

Insurance Coverage Available²

Here is a chart showing some of the benefits included in the plans listed above:

Coverage to a maximum of $5 million CAD
Out-of-Province / Out-of-Country Emergency Medical Hospital Accommodation and Physician Fees
Escort of Children and Grandchildren Paramedical Services
Transportation to Bedside Private Duty Nursing
Return of Insured Travel Companion Ambulance Services
Treatment of Dental Accidents and Emergency Relief of Dental Pain Prescription Drugs (30-day supply for new prescriptions)
Out-of-Pocket Expenses (including meals and accommodation) Medical Appliances
Vehicle Return Emergency Air Transportation
Preparation and Return of Remains  

² Certain limitations and exclusions may apply.

With MROO’s Travel Insurance Program, through Medi-Select Advantage® Travel Insurance, you can travel with confidence, knowing you’ll be covered anywhere your path takes you.

View a quotation or purchase your travel insurance online by completing this online application.

If you would prefer to speak with an RSA travel insurance specialist:
Call toll free: 1-877-762-9207

Important Notice About Your Personal Information

Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada (“we”, “us”) and its agents and representatives involved in the sale and administration of travel insurance collect, use and in some instances when appropriate, disclose, personal information for insurance purposes, such as administering insurance, investigating and processing claims and providing assistance services. Typically, we collect personal information from individuals who apply for insurance, and from policyholders, insureds and claimants. In some cases we also collect personal information from and exchange personal information with family, friends or travelling companions when a policyholder, insured or claimant is unable, for medical or other reasons, to communicate directly with us. We also collect and disclose information for the insurance purposes from, to and with, third parties such as, but not necessarily limited to, health care practitioners and facilities in Canada and abroad, government and private health insurers and family members and friends of policyholders, insureds or claimant. In some instances we may additionally maintain or communicate or transfer information to health care and other service providers located outside of Canada, particularly in those jurisdictions to which an insured may travel. As a result, personal information may be accessible to authorities in accordance with the law of these other jurisdictions. For more information about our privacy practices or for a copy of our privacy policy, visit