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April 2018 update on Canadian General Standards Board technical committee on service dogs - Certification Program - CGSB - PSPC

Nov 6, 2019 ...April 2018 update on Canadian General Standards Board technical committee on service dogs Public Services and Procurement Canada (PSPC) was formally engaged by Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) to develop a standard for service dogs in support of delivering VAC's mandate. Given the challenges in developing a National Standard of Canada for Service Dogs

Canada in Afghanistan (2001-2014)

Nov 27, 2019 ... by Canadian War Museum National Defence National Film Board Veterans Affairs Canada What we are doing Laws and regulations UN Charter Special Service Medal Bar Order “PEACE — PAIX” Publications Peacekeeping, Peacebuilding and Peacemaking (PDF) The Canadian Armed Forces in Afghanistan (PDF) A Brush with War: Military Art from Korea to Afghanistan Afghanistan Memorial

My Transition Guide: Transitioning from Military to Civilian Life

Nov 18, 2019 ...)/National Occupation Code (NOC) Equivalency Tool (MNET) Veterans Affairs Canada Education and Training Benefit Veterans Affairs Canada Career Transition Services MEDICALLY RELEASING MEMBERS Service Providers Contact Info Introduction to Case Management Canadian Forces Health Services Case Management CAF Transition Unit and Centre Service Coordinators CAF LTD Case

Canadian Armed Forces members released prior to February 2016 can now request a Veteran’s Service Card – The Maple Leaf

Oct 8, 2019 ...Canadian Armed Forces members released prior to February 2016 can now request a Veteran’s Service Card Tags: Veterans Affairs Canada | Personnel | Veterans The Veteran’s Service Card is now available upon request to all eligible former and releasing Canadian Armed Forces members. Veterans who have completed basic training and have been honourably released

Memorial Cross

Nov 19, 2019 ... of Honours and Recognition (DH&R) of the Department of National Defence (DND) is responsible for the administration of the Memorial Cross for: deaths while in service after 6 October 2001. The Honours and Awards Section of Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) is the authority responsible for the initial issue and replacement of the Memorial Cross for: deaths related


Nov 5, 2019 To help prevent, and address homelessness among Veterans, Veterans Affairs Canada and Employment and Social Development Canada are working together to increase awareness of services for Veterans and improve service delivery. For information, please visit your local Veterans Affairs Canada Office. If you are a member of a Community Entity, Community

Veterans’ homelessness – Make this your reason to give – The Maple Leaf

Nov 12, 2019 ... the transition “like being on Mars and coming back to earth”. Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) calls attention to the importance of career transition. Veterans can be hesitant to ask for help, not feeling worthy of the supports made available to them or being distrustful of those offering help. VAC questionnaires and application forms can seem daunting and complex

Veterans Affairs Canada

Oct 13, 2017 ...Veterans Affairs Canada Joint Suicide Prevention Strategy Canadian Armed Forces and Veterans Affairs Canada Previous Table of contents Next Who we are Driven by its guiding principles – Care, Compassion, and Respect – VAC is responsible for the care, treatment, and re-establishment in civil life of everyone who has served in the Canadian Armed Forces

Making of the Visitor Education Centre at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial – Federal property construction and maintenance projects – Federal properties and buildings – About government –

Nov 6, 2019 ... Related links More information About the new centre Veterans Affairs Canada asked PSPC to act as the project manager for the design and construction of a new Visitor Education Centre at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial in France. PSPC managed not only the construction of the building but the design and creation of the exhibits. This new permanent centre

Veterans’ Week 2019 – The Maple Leaf

Nov 5, 2019 ... those who died in its service. We are extremely fortunate to live freely in this wonderful country thanks to them. This sentiment is reflected in the Veterans’ Week Our Freedom vignette, a key component to Veterans Affairs Canada’s remembrance campaign across multiple social media platforms and on television. This Veterans’ Week, the theme is the 75th

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