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The Commonwealth Memorial in South Korea honours Commonwealth service members who lost their lives during the Korean War and have no known final resting place.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 23
The creation of the Canadian Forestry Corps was authorized on 25 February 1916 during the First World War.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 22
22 February 1943-HMCS Weyburn hit a mine and sank in the Strait of Gibraltar during the Second World War.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 22
Learn how vocational rehabilitation services prepare Veterans to get jobs in life after service.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 22
Using an innovative steam-based technique, Veterans’ grave markers are cleaned without damaging the stone. Read more about this technique and our Grave Marker Maintenance Program
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 21
Veterans Affairs Canada hires post-secondary students to work as student guides at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial and the Beaumont-Hamel Newfoundland Memorial in France!
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 21
If you are expecting a Toth class action settlement, you will soon receive an important letter with details for you to review. Find out more about the letter here.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 21
History buffs rejoice! Explore our redesigned remembrance website with engaging Veteran profiles, stories, informative content on wars and conflicts and much more. Check it out at
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 21
21 February 1951-A Princess Patricia’s Canadian Light Infantry patrol was fired on during the Korean War. They were the first Canadian soldiers to be attacked during the conflict.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 21
If you need to speak to a mental health professional, you can call 1-800-268-7708. This is a free service offered 24/7 and you don’t have to be receiving other services from VAC to call.
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The Royal Canadian Legion Feb 18
Are you a serving or retired / member? Join the Legion's Veterans Welcome Program! Get involved, connect with other Veterans and help guide the Legion into the future. See what our Veteran Legion members had to say:
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 20
20 February 1959- The Canadian government cancelled the CF-105 Avro Arrow fighter project.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 20
Veterans Affairs Canada is consulting Veterans and their families about how we can stay in touch throughout post-military life. If you are a former CAF member who is not receiving benefits and services from VAC, please participate:
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 19
An active lifestyle can be an instant mood booster. Check out for activities and events in your community.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 19
Canadian Gulf War Veterans were honoured today by Kuwait’s Ambassador to Canada, Her Excellency Reem Alkhaled, for their role in the country’s liberation almost three decades ago.
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Statistics Canada Jan 16
According to our 2019 Life After Service Survey, 2 in 5 reported difficulties adjusting to post-service life. For more info on life after service: .
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 19
Private Jerry Jones, a brave soldier from Nova Scotia, captured an enemy gun position at Vimy Ridge.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 18
We’re coming to Wellington, PE on 20 February 2020. Call 1-866-522-2122.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 18
18 February 1900-The South African War’s Battle of Paardeberg began. 18 Canadians would be killed and more than 60 wounded on the battle’s opening day.
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Veterans Affairs CA Feb 18
Veteran Bill “Mother” Irving earned his nickname by taking care of everyone else while in service. In the transition to life after service, he learned it’s harder to take care of himself. Check out his compelling story and video.
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