I am writing to you further to my memo dated March 15, 2020 to which you received. I have been receiving numerous concerns from our members across the country through Local Presidents and Regional Vice-Presidents.
An important message to all members of UVAE Dear member of UVAE, You are receiving this message on behalf of the National Executive (NE) of the Union of Veterans’ Affairs Employees (UVAE), a component of the Public Service Alliance of Canada (PSAC), as a valued member of our union. The wellness of our members is …
The president of the North Shore-Manitoulin War Pensioners of Canada (WPC) has a simple idea on how the federal government can deal with the backlog in the system that prevents thousands of service members from being able to find out whether they qualify for disability benefits and the help they need.
The first evidentiary session of the Desmond Fatality Inquiry laid bare the problematic lack of information-sharing between medical professionals who treated Cpl. Lionel Desmond before he shot his wife Shanna, mother Brenda and daughter Aaliyah before turning the gun on himself on Jan. 3, 2017.
Access to provincial health care for veterans and their families can be “disjointed and irregular” depending upon where they live in the country, say internal federal documents.
Veterans Affairs Canada is opening a new office intended to better serve women and those with specific needs stemming from their sexual orientation or gender identity.