Air Canada Aeroplan updates eUpgrade credit expiry policy + MORE May 15th

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Save on merchandise and gift cards with the Aeroplan eStore Super Sale and WestJet makes Calgary to Tokyo service year round plus increases Paris to daily service for the winter. Check out today’s points & miles update here:
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Air Canada has sent out notice to Aeroplan elite members about some upcoming changes to the expiry policy of eUpgrade credits. The changes will be effective as of July 1, 2024 and are as follows: Simplified Expiry: eUpgrade credits earned as part of your status benefits will be valid for 12 months from the date […]
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Why are fertility treatments so expensive in Canada?Being unable to have a child naturally can be extremely difficult. But when you factor in the high costs of fertility treatments, the range of individual circumstances and the fact that the industry itself is secretive about fees, it can make the whole ordeal even more devastating and hard to plan for.

Kelsi Ribecco added up the cost of her fertility treatments since 2018 and estimates she has spent roughly $75,000. Through her husband’s work, they had unlimited coverage for medication—which is rare, she said—and they received a modest tax refund for medical expenses. 

Their out-of-pocket total landed at around $50,000. They financed treatments with a line of credit, and she guessed they paid up to another $12,000 in interest.

“The reason that I like to tell people the [$75,000] total is because most people don’t have the coverage we have,” Ribecco said.

The Calgary-based marketing professional is an ambassador for Fertility Matters Canada and posts about motherhood and her fertility journey on Instagram as Ciao Kelsi…

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