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- Health Insurance does not reimburse the medical fees.
- Claim the medical fees as a health-related expense on your income tax return. The lower your tax bracket, the higher the reimbursement.
- Travel and lodging expenses: contact the Canada Revenue Agency for an explanation of how you can claim medical expenses (Publication IT519R2).
- A letter from your doctor for your partner/husband come along for the treatment may qualify for double reimbursement (i.e. $45CAD/day per person, and mileage credit of $0.45 per kilometer, or whichever reimbursement plan that you qualify for). Click here for a direct link to their website.
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