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A Horror Story Averted!

Posted date : Nov 7, 2017

Dear Bird Talk, Ross Quigley’s article in the summer 2010 edition of CSANews (‘Let me first say that Medipac is fine!’) hit the nail on the head. I suspect that our personal case illustrates the need very clearly. We went for a short, three-week holiday that included a one-week cruise out of Tampa last spring, […]

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Strong Dollar, High Premiums?

Posted date : Nov 7, 2017

Dear Bird Talk: I was interested in reading your Editor’s Message in the winter issue of CSANews (issue 65). There is no doubt that the Canadian dollar is buying much more than it did in even the recent past. All snowbirds hope that the rates of exchange stay where they are for many years to […]

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Travel within Canada

Posted date : Nov 7, 2017

Dear Bird Talk, My wife and I are members of CSA and I have my Travel Emergency Insurance with Medipac for U.S. travel (5 months). We will be in British Columbia for 10 days this summer. RBC Insurance says that we need emergency medical insurance and that OHIP won’t cover us. Are the RBC people […]

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Rate Category

Posted date : Nov 6, 2017

Dear Bird Talk, I have been a member of CSA for many years and have been insured by Medipac without claim. There is one facet of my dealings with Medipac that I believe to be completely unfair. In our dealings with Medipac, they ask the question, Have you ever had cancer? I had bowel cancer […]

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Property Taxes

Posted date : Nov 4, 2017

Dear Bird Talk, I have just read Peter Benedek’s column and, being a property-owning snowbird who keeps up to date with such issues, I am well aware of this matter. It is sad indeed. My wife and I own a house in Florida, and even though I know that renters and other vacationers are also […]

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