Home, Auto and Travel Insurance
Home and car insurance
As a member of the University of Ottawa Alumni Association, you always get more when you choose Johnson. And now you can get all that for less – with new lower rates on auto insurance in Ontario.
As our preferred home & auto insurance provider, Johnson also offers alumni members access to:
- Additional savings and discounts
- 24/7 claims support
- First Accident Forgiveness
- 5% discount on Home Insurance through Johnson when you also have a MEDOC® Travel Insurance policy
- Home Platinum Benefits – $10,000 jewellery and furs coverage, first claim forgiveness, and much more.
So if you're looking to renew your insurance, it's never been a better time to switch to Johnson.
Call now for your quote 1-800-563-0677 or visit www.johnson.ca/uottawa.
MEDOC® Travel Insurance
MEDOC® Travel Insurance is a comprehensive emergency medical travel insurance plan designed for alumni members which includes:
- Up to $5 million in emergency medical coverage
- Up to $8,000 Trip Cancellation, Interruption & Delay Insurance per insured person, per trip
- Access to coverage regardless of age or health status
- Unlimited number of covered trips taken during the policy year
- Coverage for lost or damaged baggage
For more information on MEDOC® travel insurance call 1-855-734-8516 or visit www.johnson.ca/uottawa.
Johnson Inc. ("Johnson") is a licensed insurance intermediary. Home and auto policies are primarily underwritten by Unifund Assurance Company ("Unifund"). Unifund and Johnson share common ownership. Eligibility requirements, limitations, exclusions or additional costs may apply, and/or may vary by province or territory. MEDOC® is a Registered Trademark of Johnson. MEDOC is underwritten by Royal & Sun Alliance Insurance Company of Canada ("RSA") and administered by Johnson. Johnson and RSA share common ownership. Travel assistance is provided by Global Excel Management Inc. A 90-day Health Stability Clause applies to pre-existing medical conditions and other restrictions may apply. Policy wordings prevail.