The next chapter of your group insurance
Skip the medical exam when you enrol within 60 days after the end of your participation in a group plan.
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1 844 580-7642
8 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday to Friday
Perspective is an individual insurance plan that acts as a safety net after your participation in a group insurance plan ends.
It can happen for many reasons: if you retire, your job ends, a dependent loses coverage. In any case, Perspective is there to make sure you're covered!
What does Perspective cover?
Quick view of coverage
This coverage supplements the public plan to cover various expenses related to healthcare, illness or accident, such as:
- Prescription drugs that are not eligible for coverage under your public drug plan
- Hospital fees
- Several medical services such as ambulance transportation or nursing care
- Diagnostic services such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) or laboratory tests
- Several other medical expenses such as respirators or hearing aids
Travel insurance is included in our three levels of protection (described below!) and covers:
Trip cancellation or interruption fees
Expenses incurred in the event of a sudden and unexpected illness or accident
You can further complete your protection by opting for an optional coverage supplement that covers:
- Excess amounts on prescription drugs eligible under your drug plan
- Vision care
- Dental Care
Not a fan of medical questions? We get that.
How do I enrol?
Enrolling in Perspective is as easy as 1-2-3.
Choose the level of coverage that works for you
To know the exact amount of your premiums or to get a clearer picture, give us a call at 1 844 580-7642.
Want more details about the coverage before you call? We’ve got a booklet for that.
Enrol within the 60-day deadline
Fill out the enrolment form and send it to us
by email: [email protected]
by regular mail:
Beneva - La Capitale Civil Service Insurer Inc.
625 Jacques-Parizeau St, PO Box PO Box 1500,
After 60 days, it gets a little tricky...
We'd rather be up front with you: if you miss the 60-day deadline, insuring you won't be as easy. You'll need to complete a declaration of insurability (a medical questionnaire), and your enrolment is not guaranteed.
If your application for enrolment is submitted more than six months after the end of your participation in a group plan, it will unfortunately be denied.
This is a scenario best avoided, so cover your bases as soon as possible.
Wait for written confirmation
Once we review your file, we’ll send you written confirmation of enrolment by mail.
More questions about Perspective? We’ve got more answers.
Yes, this is possible at two times: (1) at renewal or (2) following a life event. Both types of changes come with certain conditions though!
(1) At renewal
- The renewal date is easy to remember. It’s January 1 every year for all contracts!
- The minimum participation requirement must have elapsed. Otherwise, the change will have to wait until January 1 the following year.
- You can add or drop as many options as you like from the complementary supplement when renewing, but you can only go up or down one level of protection at a time, e.g., from basic to intermediate, but not from basic to enriched.
(2) Following a life event
A plan change or an addition or termination from the optional coverage supplement is always possible within 30 days following one of the life events described below:
- Birth or adoption of a child
- Separation or divorce
- Death of a spouse or dependent
- Termination of eligibility of the last dependent child
More questions? We’ve got a whole FAQ on individual insurance
The admission rules for the public prescription drug insurance plan differ based on your province of residence and your age. To find out if you’re eligible, please visit the website of the prescription drug insurance plan in your province of residence.
- Prince Edward Island
- New Brunswick
- Nova Scotia
- Newfoundland and Labrador
Other questions? We’ve got a whole FAQ on individual insurance.
To sufficiently cover all participants, premiums must keep pace with the rising cost of healthcare. Fast fact: the average increase in healthcare costs is often significantly higher than the average inflation rate in Canada. For instance, inflation rates in 2018 for health insurance plans ranged from 5% to 15%.
So, premiums go up, but if you didn't have insurance, for example, you would also have paid more each year for your care. Basically, it's the cost of the entire healthcare system that increases over time.
Other questions? We’ve got a whole FAQ on individual insurance