You could be leaving a lot of money on the table if you don’t understand and take full advantage of your workplace benefits. Here’s where to start.
If poor health prevents someone you love from living independently, a long-term care facility may be the answer — but how do you choose the right one?
Prescription drug plans vary by province and territory. Here’s how to find out if your government’s plan covers you.
Do you and your spouse or partner each have a healthcare benefits plan at work? Here’s how to make the most of them.
When meningitis struck my four-year old daughter Quinn, money was the last thing I thought about. This is Canada, after all, and health care is free.
Laser eye surgery has come a long way. Get an update on the latest techniques to help you make an informed decision.
Working past 65 makes great sense for a lot of Canadians. But if you have to do so for economic reasons, health insurance should be part of your plan.
Six weeks of gentle health warnings on a recent vacation have convinced me to buy supplementary health insurance.
What if your boss said you could earn an extra $15,000 of annual salary but you had to give up your benefits? Should you take the deal?