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    Travel/medical insurance for Canadians

    I am a Canadian and shopping for travel/medical insurance for my Camino France journey starting on April 18 for 38 days all inclusive. Since I have some pre-conditions, Manulife asks for C$470. I checked the "Insure and Go" with the same conditions, it would cost me 60 Euro. I am wondering if...
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    The Canadian Company of Pilgrims 2017-03-10

    The Canadian Company of Pilgrims (CCoP) is a non-denominational volunteer-run association that supports Canadians planning the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. We share the Canadian representation with l’Association Québécoise des pèlerins et amis du Chemin de Saint-Jacques. The...
  3. jirit

    New Website for Canadian Pilgrim Association

    The Canadian Company of Pilgrims has a brand new updated website. http://santiago.ca The Canadian Company of Pilgrims (CCoP) is a non-denominational volunteer-run association that supports Canadians planning the pilgrimage to Santiago de Compostela, Spain. We share the Canadian representation...
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    Look at flying from Canada

    We live about equal distances from Winnipeg and Minneapolis. On a fluke, I decided to look at prices from Winnipeg. They are currently half the price of tickets from Minneapolis. This applied whether I was looking at Madrid, Lisbon, Porto, etc. We ended up purchasing tickets from Winnipeg to...
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    Travelling from Canada

    Hi there, My future wife and I will be travelling from Canada in May of 2016 to start our walk most likely in Pamplona. We are thinking about getting round trip tickets to Barcelona and then taking the bus or train to Pamplona. After completing we would again bus/train or fly from Santiago de...


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