When a Veteran is in need, timely access to mental health services is key. The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring Veterans and their families have the mental health services they need when and where they need it.
Veterans Affairs Canada and the Canadian Armed Forces invite you to a ceremony at La Citadelle de Québec in Quebec City to commemorate the 100th anniversary of the Battle of Amiens during Canada’s Hundred Days.
Honouring our Veterans means more than commemorating the past. It means giving them a high standard of service where and when they need it. It means hiring more frontline staff to ensure Veterans and their families are being supported.
Veterans and their families have earned the respect and gratitude of all Canadians. The Government of Canada is committed to ensuring that our Veterans receive all the benefits they are entitled to for their service to Canada.
Canadians take pride in their rich history and military heritage and a central responsibility of Veterans Affairs Canada is to pay tribute to the selfless service and contributions of Canada’s Veterans, and those who have made the ultimate sacrifice.
Families are an integral part of Veterans’ well-being and this is why we are enhancing and expanding programs and services that focus on not only the Veterans, but their families too. Supporting families is supporting Veterans. The Veteran Family Program will offer that support when a Veteran transitions to post-military life.