Veterans Affairs Canada increases service delivery to Veterans in New Brunswick
“I have heard Veterans, their families and people who care about and advocate for Veterans in more than 30 town hall and roundtable meetings across Canada since January. Delivering necessary services in a timely and easily accessible way is a common thread. Increasing the number of people on the ground is an essential step towards delivering better services.”
The Honourable Seamus O’Regan, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence
In December 2017, the Government of Canada announced its Pension for Life plan that will provide holistic benefits, including financial stability, for Canada’s Veterans, with a particular focus on those most disabled.
The Government of Canada is providing $42.8 million over two years, starting in 2018 – 19, to increase service delivery capacity at Veterans Affairs Canada.
Since 2016, more than 460 new employees have been hired.
More information about jobs at Veterans Affairs Canada can be found at www.jobs.gc.ca.
Office of the Minister of Veterans Affairs
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