Veterans

Veterans activist, government reach settlement of $25,000 libel suit

Veterans activist, government reach settlement of $25,000 libel suit

 

Veterans ombudsman calls it quits after 18 months

Veterans ombudsman calls it quits after 18 months

 

Veterans honoured with quilts of valour

Quilts of Valour has given more than 14,400 quilts to veterans and injured Armed Forces members

  • Feb 20, 2020

 

Backlog of applications for veterans’ benefits grows by the thousands

OTTAWA — More Canadian veterans than ever are waiting to find out…

Central Alberta has one less peacekeeper with death of Nobel Prize-winning vet

The late Wayne Coubrough and Wayne Bevis helped diffuse tensions in the Middle East

MacAulay faces tough task repairing relations with angry veterans’ community

OTTAWA — When he was named Friday as Canada’s latest minister of…

Central Alberta’s Flags of Remembrance project needs more help

Anyone interested can attend July 31 meeting in Sylvan Lake

Updated: Man accused of posing as military veteran in court

Peter Toth accused of attending school Remembrance Day ceremony dressed as U.S. Marine

Trudeau under fire for saying some vets want more than government can afford

OTTAWA — The federal Conservatives cited an itemized list of Liberal-approved expenditures…

Landmark study shows military veterans at greater risk of suicide

OTTAWA — A landmark study from Veterans Affairs Canada appears to confirm…

Flags of Remembrance ceremony taking place Saturday

4th Annual Veteran Voices of Canada event to take place in Sylvan Lake’s Centennial Park

Homeless veterans plan to be out in autumn

OTTAWA — The federal government plans to release this fall a long-awaited…

Military pensions for life info by end of year

CALGARY — Canada’s veterans affairs minister is urging patience from injured ex-soldiers…