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‘Can’t Afford It’ - Main Reason Why Half of Canadians Won’t Take a Winter Vacation This Year
As winter is setting in across Canada and the busy travel season begins, it appears half of Canadians will be spending it at home.
Hurricane Dorian heads to Florida – Allianz reminds Canadians to check their travel insurance
With Hurricane Dorian approaching south-central Florida this weekend, Canadians should know what to do if their vacation destination is hit by a natural disaster.
Multi-generational travel on the rise
One of the big trends in travel among Canadians is multi-generational vacations trips involving two or three generations. But are Canadian families adequately prepared?
What to do if natural disaster or political unrest hit your vacation destination
With hurricane season officially upon us, Canadians should know what to do if their vacation destination is hit by a natural disaster or political unrest.
Business travel health risks should not be underestimated
Being prepared and aware of the stress can help mitigate potential health problems.
Common travel mistakes that could be costly
Renting a scooter or taking a scuba lesson while on vacation are popular activities and often done on the spur of the moment, but an injury sustained while participating without the appropriate licensing or certification may not be covered by travel insurance, resulting in unforeseen medical bills.
Allianz Partners reports strong 2018 results and starts the next chapter with a change in leadership
- 2018 revenues: 8.616 billion euros (+1.8% vs. 2017 / +5.2% at constant rate)
- Operating profit: 566 million euros (+39.4% vs. 2017 / +48.5% at constant rate)
Virtuoso® selects Allianz Global Assistance Canada as a preferred travel insurance and assistance services provider
Preferred partnership now in effect to provide Virtuoso clients in Canada with travel insurance protections and 24/7 assistance services from a global leader.
International Women's Day 2019
Women travelling solo on the rise – Allianz Global Assistance Canada offers some advice.
A broken ankle in Orlando could cost $45,000US during a March Break family trip
Unexpected costs beyond medical care could be financially devastating without travel insurance.
Half of Canadians check their work emails while on vacation; 72% for Millennials
Half of Millennial travellers also admit to posting better-than-reality photos of their vacation.