There’s a reliable and affordable life insurance plan that may be right for you!
Looking for life insurance in Yukon?
You do have a choice!
Canada Protection Plan is proud to be a trusted Canadian Insurance Company, offering reliable and accessible No Medical & Simplified Issue Life Insurance to families across Yukon since 1992. We maintain a commitment to providing you with responsive and compassionate service as well as affordable life insurance plans. Depending on your health and stage of life, there are a variety of plans to choose from in Yukon, and across Canada.
Get a no-obligation quote from one of our licensed life insurance advisors and find out which plan can be the best fit for your needs.
It’s simple and straightforward to get the right life insurance plan.
No Medical plans up to $750,000. This means no medical exams or needles, and being able to get protected quickly.
Coverage up to $1 million on all other plans.
Payments start in the second month, applicable on monthly payment plans.
Ages 18-80 can apply *
Get covered regardless of health condition
Quick and easy to apply
Permanent and Term Plans available
Why do I need Life Insurance in Yukon?
Life insurance coverage is your family’s best defense against being financially burdened in the event of your passing. By investing in life insurance coverage, you ensure that your outstanding debts and final expenses are covered, and do not become the responsibility of those you love.
Life Insurance Options in Yukon
When it comes to life insurance, one size doesn’t fit all, which is why it is important to choose the right life insurance plan to meet your unique needs and lifestyle. Life insurance plans are divided into two main categories: Term & Permanent Life Insurance Plans, each offering distinct benefits to the insured individual.
Term life insurance offers coverage over a defined term period – typically 10, 20, 25 or 30 years – and is a great option if your life insurance needs are not permanent (i.e. if you’re seeking coverage over the term of your mortgage or while your young children are dependent upon your income). Upon the completion of your term period, you can choose to renew your term, or switch to permanent life insurance coverage. Permanent life insurance plans insure you over your lifetime, with a fixed premium.
With Canada Protection Plan’s robust offering of No Medical & Simplified Issue Life Insurance Plans, it has never been easier to apply and get insured with a term or permanent life insurance plan. These plans require no needles or doctors’ visits, and you can be approved in only a few days!
Wondering how much life insurance you need? With Canada Protection Plan’s Life Insurance Calculator, it is quick and easy to determine the appropriate amount of insurance coverage, based on the immediate cash needs of your loved ones, your income, and any existing assets or insurance coverage. Use our Quick Quote tool to match your life insurance coverage needs with the rates of our most popular life insurance plans.
From coast to coast to coast, whether you live in Yukon (YT) or any other province or territory, when compared to similar plans and benefits, our rates are among the lowest in Canada.
From the colourful streets of Whitehorse, to the mountainous views in Faro, stretching west to the little village of Carmacks, Yukon is a dynamic, breathtaking territory spotted with tight-knit communities. Canada Protection Plan is proud to offer residents across Yukon access to reliable and affordable life insurance options, for peace of mind today. Talk to a Canada Protection Plan advisor to find the best-fit life insurance coverage for you.
Why wait any longer?
For a no-obligation and confidential quote, submit this form. Get peace of mind today with Canada Protection Plan.
* Temporary residents must have a valid work or study permit.
Did you know?
Thousands of miners came to the Yukon during the Gold Rush of the 1890, mining remains a significant part of the economy. The White Pass and Yukon Railway opened from Skagway in neighbouring Alaska to the territorial capital, Whitehorse in 1900 and provides a spectacular tourist excursion across precipitous passes and bridges. Yukon holds the record for the coldest temperature ever recorded in Canada (-63°C).
Source: Government of Canada. Discover Canada – Canada’s Regions