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Issue 114

Posted date : May 5, 2020

CSANews Issue 114 Spring 2020 Edition, –  In this Issue : Heli-hiking in British Columbia – Repairing Your Portfolio – Skin Care

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Canada/U.S. Border Restrictions

Posted date : Mar 21, 2020

On March 21st, Canada and the United States will temporarily restrict all non-essential travel between our two countries for 30 days in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Issue 113

Posted date : Dec 13, 2019

CSANews Issue 113 – Winter 2019 Edition – CSA TAKES ONTARIO TO COURT! – Fighting to repeal the elimination of out-of-country medical payments

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Issue 112

Posted date : Sep 26, 2019

CSANews Issue 112 – Fall 2019 Edition – The official Magazine of Canadian Snowbirds Association.

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Rubio and Scott Introduce the Canadian Snowbirds Act

Posted date : Sep 25, 2019

On Sept 19, 2019, U.S. Senators Marco Rubio and Rick Scott introduced the Canadian Snowbirds Act, S. 2507 in the U.S. Senate.

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ONTARIO CANCELS OUT-OF-COUNTRY HEALTH COVERAGE

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

OHIP’s Out-of-Country (OOC) Travellers Program , which provides reimbursement for Ontario residents who face unexpected medical emergencies while abroad, will officially be scrapped on October 1, 2019.

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PST SK Travel Insurance Premiums

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

In the recent 2017 budget, the government of Saskatchewan announced that it was raising the rate of the provincial sales tax (PST) from five per cent to six per cent

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CSA Clarifies U.S. Travel Rules

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

In a recent article which appeared on CBC News’ British Columbia website, it was suggested that Canadian citizens are only allowed to spend 120 days in the United States each year. For clarification purposes, the Canadian Snowbird Association would like to remind travellers to the U.S. that this information is incorrect.

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NB Health Coverage Extension

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

The Canadian Snowbird Association (CSA) is pleased to report that effective May 16, 2014, eligible residents of New Brunswick may now be absent from their home province for up to 212 days, for vacation and visiting purposes, and still retain their Medicare coverage.

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UPDATE: MB Coverage Extension

Posted date : Aug 19, 2019

We requested the Manitoba government extend the time Manitoba residents could spend outside the country from 6 to 7 months and still retain their provincial health coverage.

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