News and Updates


Win $1,500 towards tuition from the OTIP Bursary Program

Do you know a student who could use an extra $1,500 for tuition? They could win a bursary from OTIP!

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​Winners of the Sponsorship of School Projects and Initiatives

We are excited to announce the winners of the OTIP Sponsorship of School Projects and Initiatives have been selected. Over 50 videos were submitted to OTIP for the contest, showcasing the wonderful ideas of our members.

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RTIP’s health insurance plans – Great choices, coverage and flexibility

RTIP offers three health, dental and travel insurance plans to choose from, with different prescription drug maximums and the freedom to increase or decrease your coverage at your next renewal.

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The importance of continued mental fitness to avoid mental illness

By being proactive, we can combat physical and mental illnesses and often prevent conditions from worsening--and sometimes from developing (or redeveloping) all together.

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Happy Heart Month!

February is Heart Month. Here’s how to prevent heart disease, what signs and symptoms to look for, and five tips for living your healthiest life.

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OTIP to raise awareness and funds in support of mental health

January 31, 2018 – OTIP will once again be joining the conversation on Bell Let’s Talk Day. On January 31, we’ll be working to raise awareness and funds for mental health initiatives through our social media channels.

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OHIP+ and Exceptional Access Program

On January 1, 2018, the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care (MOHLTC) introduced OHIP+: Children and Youth Pharmacare. Ontario residents who are 24-years-old or younger will be able to get their prescription medications for free under the new OHIP+ program.

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Physical activity and cancer prevention

Like heart disease, many Canadians are genetically predisposed to certain cancers, meaning your chances of developing certain cancers are higher if they run in your family. However, prevention is still crucial.

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