Toronto Dominion Bank (TD) is one of the biggest banks in Canada. They offer both multi-trip annual plans as well as single trip travel insurance policies.
Unfortunately, we’ve been told to remove our review of TD Insurance products from our site via a cease and desist letter from TD Insurance or been threatened with legal action.
Since we’re just travellers such as yourselves and can’t afford to fight them in court based on the income this site doesn’t generate, we can’t tell you how good or bad their plans are compared to their competitors however we can direct you to other travel insurance plans we do have reviews for.
For a quick and easy Canada travel insurance comparison, feel free to click on one of our other travel insurance reviews to get you started.
Insurance Companies From A to F
- Air Canada
- Alberta Blue Cross
- Alberta Motor Association (AMA)
- Allianz Canada
- American Express
- April International
- BCAA (British Columbia Automobile Association)
- Blue Cross
- BMO (Bank of Montreal)
- Frontier MEDEX
Insurance Companies From G to L
Insurance Companies From M to R
- Manitoba Blue Cross
- Medavie Blue Cross
- Ontario Blue Cross
- Pacific Blue Cross
- PC Travel Insurance
- RBC (Royal Bank)
Insurance Companies From S to Z
- Scotiabank ScotiaLife
- TD Meloche Monnex
- TD Travel Insurance
- TIC Travel Insurance
- Tour+Med Travel Insurance
- Travel CUTS Bon Voyage
- Travel Guard
- TuGo Travel Insurance
- World Escapade
- World Nomads
This list is constantly growing. Don’t see your preferred Canadian insurance company here? Make sure they’re not just an agent or broker for one of the companies we’ve already reviewed and send us an email. We’ll look into it and add it to our best travel insurance Canada review list.
Info for Canadian Seniors and Snowbirds looking for TD Travel Insurance
Even though we can’t publish information concerning TD Travel Insurance, we can still help you out if you’re a senior. So whether you’re travelling the globe or just heading south to get away from our chilly winters, don’t let insurance premiums slow you down. Check out the following pages we created just for seniors looking for travel insurance.
- Overview of Senior Options
- Review of Travel Insurance for Canadian Seniors and Snowbirds
- Can Canadian Seniors Get Travel Insurance on Credit Cards?
- Blog Posts Specifically for Seniors
Insurance for Visitors to Canada
Migrating to Canada or just coming for an extended visit? Don’t worry, we’ve still got you covered! Check out the posts below about visitors to Canada travel insurance to get you started.
Travel insurance for Canadians with Pre-existing Conditions
Do you have a pre-existing condition? If so, you’ve probably discovered that it’s harder to get coverage. Luckily for you, we’ve scoured the net to find you information on travel insurance options for Canadians with pre-existing conditions. It wasn’t easy to find, but we’ve dug up information on policies that can help and no, there’s no TD travel insurance on these lists either.
- Pre-existing Condition Travel Insurance Review and Comparison for Canadians
- Is My Pre-Existing Condition Covered Under My Travel Insurance?
Want to Compare TD’s Rates?
The easiest way to compare Canadian travel insurance rates with other companies is to use a comparison website.
Comparison websites, like Kanetix.ca, let you compare travel insurance from several different companies at once. Type in a few details about your trip, and compare policy coverage and prices to help narrow down your choice on the Kanetix website. Check out our review of Kanetix.ca.
*As always, the information on this page is from one Canadian traveller to another. We have spent years abroad and have gotten to know the ins and outs of the industry however we are not travel insurance agents. If you have any travel insurance questions, please talk to a qualified travel insurance agent or broker. Finally, policies and plans can and do change all the time, without warning, so always consult your insurance policy since that is the legal document to which you are agreeing to.
*This article is only intended as general advice. Please check your own policy carefully.