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WE CHALLENGE OUR GOVERNMENT’S POSITION ON MEFLQOUINE


Getting help for veterans and citizens suffering from the adverse effects of mefloquine or Lariam is the government’s responsibility to right the suffering its mandatory position has caused. Continue reading

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Harperites hang troops and vets out to dry


The following article appeared in the Straight Goods online magazine. It says what all veterans’ advocates feel. BONNIE  http://www.straightgoods.ca/2012/ViewArticle.cfm?Ref=409&Cookies=yes Cuts to veterans’ services show Conservatives’ true colours. Dateline: Tuesday, May 08, 2012 by Ish Theilheimer Among the most outrageous and … Continue reading

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Rookie Liberal MP gets federal Standing Committee to investigate $200 Million cuts to Veterans Affairs


Katy O’Malley, whose blog INSIDE POLITICS is carried by the CBC online, congratulates rookie Liberal MP Sean Casey for catching the Harper government asleep at the wheel — they didn’t show up in time to vote on the Standing Committee … Continue reading

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All Canadian national parties are adding veterans’ issues to campaign promises


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NEW SERIES: The Canada Our Vets Want to Build — Their Fight for Rights and Compassioned Treatment POST THIRTEEN


In this posting, Kenneth H. Young carries on asking the country how you can turn your eyes and ears away from what is going on in front of you. BONNIE Contempt of Parliament and now an outright insult to the … Continue reading

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Beware: The Harper Government is spinning out of control


Inteprid Report, an online journal for unbiased or impartial media, sifts through the propaganda bombarding the public with arms-length analyses. This article first appeared  in the Inteprid Report yesterday. BONNIE Posted on April 1, 2011 by Rodrigue Tremblay We respectfully point out that the opposition parties, who … Continue reading

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NEW SERIES: The Canada our Vets Want to Build — Their Fight for Rights and Compassionate Treatment POST TWELVE


When is contempt, CONTEMPT? by Kenneth H. Young CD I keep watching and hoping for Canadian politicians to get a clue, to start understanding Canadians and maybe for them just to step back a bit and listen to themselves. I mean … Continue reading

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NEW SERIES: The Canada Our Vets Want to Build — Their Fight for Rights and Compassionate Treatment POST ONE


All kinds make up the Corps of our military forces, but by and large, I have found that the most positive-minded, idealistic people I know are “soldiers,” which is the word I use here to represent all branches and ranks of the … Continue reading

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