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So a "non refundable" magically transforms in a refundable? Shocking behaviour of BC, anybody with a legitimate reason to cancel are unforseen circumstances, this is no different from someone breaking their leg just before travelling, a heart attack , a diagnosis of cancer etc
There is a huge global industry charging billions every year in premiums , the insurance industry much be laughing their sides off, what a pass on their responsibilities they have had.
The compounded affect of so many forced refunds will bankrupt many small operators.
Are non refundable bookings subject to the BC force majeure notice, or are the what they say they are "non refundable" , I seen it was mentioned that the notice was carefully worded as advisory is that official on non refundables? cheers very confused if I need to refund or not bookings made under those policies.