Surviving a serious medical illness in Canada is more likely than ever, but is your recovery covered?

Average lifespan for Canadians is longer than ever before; however, the
prevalence of serious conditions has been steadily rising:
1 in 3 Canadians will be diagnosed with cancer
1 in 4 will develop a cardiovascular condition

Over 50% of Canadians uninsured due to life insurance misinformation - new plan offers affordable coverage

According to a recent poll, more than 50% of Canadians lack life insurance*, with the most common reasons cited as:

Canadians with Pre-Existing Conditions Eligible for $50,000 Tax-Free Coverage

Many Canadians are under the impression that a pre-existing condition or their medical history will make it impossible to obtain life insurance coverage. This misinformation leaves a large segment of the vulnerable population unprotected. 

Specialty Life Insurance has designed a new product where your health is no longer a barrier to getting coverage. In fact, you can apply even with a history of heart disease, cancer, diabetes, and many more serious conditions.  

Breadwinners, NOW is the time to protect your family from financial hardship

Funeral costs are steadily rising in Canada - how to be prepared

According to OnFuneral, the average cost of a funeral in Canada ranges between $1,500 to $20,000 - a staggering expense if your family isn’t prepared for it.
Ensuring this huge financial burden doesn’t fall on your loved ones is now easier with the new Final Expense Plan Life Insurance Plan, which has already helped thousands of Canadians with their funeral expenses.

Is your family at risk of losing their home?

Is your family at risk of losing their home?

Like most homeowners, your mortgage payment is a big portion of your monthly expenses. It’s manageable for your family right now, but what if something happened to you?


The cost of owning a home keeps going up. 


The average Canadian homeowner owes $360,000 or more on their mortgage. With higher housing costs and rising interest rates, monthly payments have steadily increased over the past few years. Some people’s variable mortgage payments shot up by 55% in 2022

In British Columbia, the average monthly mortgage payment has increased to $2,022.

Canadians ages 40-70 are surprised their acceptance for life insurance is guaranteed despite serious health issues

Thinking you might need seniors life insurance? But afraid you won’t qualify or that’s it’s too expensive?

Introducing a unique, game-changing life insurance product specially designed for seniors: Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance for Seniors.

Health does NOT need to be a barrier to affordable life insurance any longer. With Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance for Seniors, life insurance coverage is guaranteed no matter any existing health conditions - even if you have a history of serious illness such as heart conditions, cancer, or stroke.

Traditional life insurance often requires medical underwriting, which includes blood and other invasive tests. The application can take months to process, and are designed to weed out those who often need life insurance the most - seniors!

Luckily, Guaranteed Issue Life Insurance for Seniors has no blood tests, no medical tests of any kind. This specialized plan can get Canadians coverage instantly, with no inconvenient agent visits or long complicated paperwork.

Dual-income Canadians flock to easy protection for their family’s future

With the cost of living rising fast, it’s safe to say you and your partner are probably like most Canadian couples... Your family depends on BOTH your incomes. But what happens if you lose one of your incomes? What sacrifices would your family have to make?

All Canadian life insurance providers denied her – how a heart attack survivor was approved on the same day

Susan and her husband Joe, from Nova Scotia were eager to start their long-awaited retirement. Their kids had long flown from the nest, with kids of their own on the way. Susan was ready to enjoy a long-awaited trip to Scotland, quality time with her grandchildren and summers at their cottage.

Funerals in Canada can cost upwards $10,000. How savvy Canadians left their families debt-free.

With inflation at decade-long highs, and interest rates on the rise, more and more Canadian seniors worry about the expenses they’ll leave their families when they pass away.
Funerals are more expensive due to inflation. Debt is less manageable due to rising interest rates. More and more families are living paycheque to paycheque