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I wish I knew

The Globe and Mail reports that “Former Canadian soldiers are killing themselves at a significantly higher rate than that of the general population, the government’s most comprehensive examination of veterans’ suicides reveals… 1,404 more words


Calumet Park Cemetery holds annual Veterans Day Commemoration on Saturday, November 11...

Calumet Park Cemetery honored area veterans at the annual Veterans Day Commemoration on November 11.  Rev. Drummond opened the ceremony with a prayer and some thoughts on what it means to be a veteran. 137 more words

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And now a promise that might be kept

John  Ivison, writing in the National Post, reports on a rumour (but one that I heard, from a source fairly close to the issue, a couple of days ago). 798 more words

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Soldier among group suing federal government over slashed disability benefits speaks out

As Canadians from coast to coast honored our soldiers’ sacrifice on the battlefield on Remembrance Day, one veteran is reminding them that for many, the fight is ongoing. 233 more words


First annual Fall Festival a huge success at Calumet Park Funeral Chapel on County Line Road in Hobart just north of County Line Orchard. More pics added.

Calumet Park Funeral Chapel in Hobart on Country Line Road held its first annual Trunk or Treat Fall Festival on October 21.  Free pumpkins, face painting, games, prizes, hot dogs, drinks and popcorn (provided thanks to IMAX in Portage),  and 15 local business with open trunks for trick or treating made for a wonderful couple of hours.  222 more words

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Tap into Veterans Benefits and Services: You’ve Earned It!

If you have questions about which veterans benefits are available to you, we have answers.

Whether you’re looking for healthcare benefits, a CalVet home loan… 251 more words


How do I get money for being stationed at Camp Lejeune?

Recently created regulations favor veterans who have served at Camp Lejeune.

For years, the Veterans’ Administration continuously denied service-connected disability benefits for Veterans who suffer from severe medical conditions as a result to their exposure to contaminants while serving their country at Camp LeJeune and surrounding bases. 185 more words