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|Save Money by Opting Out of Student Health Plans|
|With the rush of back-to-school activities for many students, one item that may be overlooked is if your overage dependent child may opt-out of their post-secondary institution’s Student Health Plan. Find out how to opt out of the Student Health Plan. Read more…|
|UBC’s Extended Health plan provides coverage for naturopath services. In order to help you understand the coverage, we have summarized some main points of this benefit. Read more…|
|Dental Claims Reimbursement – How it Works|
|The UBC Human Resources Housing & Relocation Services Team in Vancouver has identified childcare resources for school-age children. Read more…|
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