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Veterans Affairs Canada office in Prince George to reopen by May 2017

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Prince George to reopen by May 2017
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Aug 31, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families on August 29 in Prince George, British Columbia, to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen by May 2017.

The new Prince George office will be located on the 4th floor at 299 Victoria Street, and once opened, will employ approximately five staff who will serve approximately 1,200 Veterans. Staff at the Prince George office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: News Release - Veterans Affairs Canada office in Prince George to reopen by May 2017

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Kelowna to reopen November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Kelowna to reopen November 2016
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Aug 17, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Kelowna, British Columbia, on August 16 to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen in November 2016.

The new Kelowna office will be located at 1st floor, 471 Queensway Avenue, Kelowna, BC, and once opened, will employ approximately nine staff who will serve approximately 3500 Veterans. Staff at the Kelowna office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: News Release - Veterans Affairs Canada office in Kelowna to reopen November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Windsor to reopen spring 2017

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Windsor to reopen spring 2017
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Aug 15, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Windsor, Ontario, today to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen by spring 2017.

The new Windsor office will be located on the 6th floor at 1 Riverside Dr. West, Windsor, ON, and once opened, will employ approximately 17 staff who will serve approximately 2800 Veterans. Staff at the Windsor office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: News Release

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Thunder Bay to reopen January 2017

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Thunder Bay to reopen January 2017
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Aug 12, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Thunder Bay, Ontario, today to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen in January 2017.

The new Thunder Bay office will be located at 1st floor, 130 Syndicate Ave. South, Thunder Bay, ON, and once opened, will employ approximately eight staff who will serve approximately 1700 Veterans. Staff at the Thunder Bay office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: News Release - Veterans Affairs Canada office in Thunder Bay to reopen January 2017

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Brandon to reopen October 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Brandon to reopen October 2016
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Aug 12, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Brandon, Manitoba, today to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen in October 2016.

The new Brandon office will be located at 1st floor, 1039 Princess Avenue, Brandon (MB), and once opened, will employ approximately nine staff who will serve approximately 2400 Veterans. Staff at the Brandon office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: News Release - Veterans Affairs Canada office in Brandon to reopen October 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Saskatoon to reopen November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada office in Saskatoon to reopen November 2016
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Aug 12, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Saskatoon, Saskatchewan, today to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen in November 2016.

The new Saskatoon office will be located at 5th floor, 101-22nd St. East, Saskatoon, SK, and once opened, will employ approximately seven staff who will serve approximately 2900 Veterans. Staff at the Saskatoon office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: News Release - Veterans Affairs Canada office in Saskatoon to reopen November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada Office in Charlottetown to reopen in November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada Office in Charlottetown to reopen in November 2016
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Jul 28, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Charlottetown, Prince Edward Island, today to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen in November, 2016.

The new Charlottetown office will be located at 1st floor, 191 Great George Street, Charlottetown, PE, and once opened, will employ approximately 10 staff who will serve approximately 2,000 Veterans. Staff at the Charlottetown office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and, assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: Veterans Affairs Canada office in Charlottetown to reopen November, 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada Office in Sydney to reopen November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada Office in Sydney to reopen November 2016
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Jul 27, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, joined Veterans and their families in Sydney, Nova Scotia, on July 27th to announce that the previously closed Veterans Affairs Canada office will reopen in November 2016.

The new Sydney office will be located at 1st floor, 70 Crescent Street, Sydney NS, and once opened, will employ approximately 15 staff who will serve approximately 2,200 Veterans. Staff at the Sydney office will answer questions about VAC services and benefits; arrange pension medical examinations; and assist Veterans to complete and submit applications and receipts. Case-managed Veterans will also be able to meet with their case manager.

More information: Veterans Affairs Canada office in Sydney to reopen November 2016

Veterans Affairs Canada office reopens in Corner Brook

Veterans Affairs Canada office reopens in Corner Brook
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Jul 08, 2016

On Tuesday, July 5, Veterans and their families joined the Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, in Corner Brook, Newfoundland, to officially re-open the first of nine Veterans Affairs Offices to be opened across the country.

The office, located at 1 Regent Square in Corner Brook, is the first of nine offices that will re-open in Charlottetown, PE; Sydney, NS; Windsor and Thunder Bay, ON; Saskatoon, SK; Brandon, MB; and, Prince George and Kelowna, BC. A tenth office will open in Surrey, BC, and outreach will be expanded to Veterans in the territories.

Government of Canada delegation visits the Canadian National Vimy Memorial. Next April 9th marks the 100 anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge

Government of Canada delegation visits the Canadian National Vimy Memorial. Next April 9th marks the 100 anniversary of the Battle of Vimy Ridge
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Jul 03, 2016

The Honourable Kent Hehr, Minister of Veterans Affairs and Associate Minister of National Defence, and members of a Canadian delegation marking the centennial anniversaries of the Battles of the Somme and Beaumont-Hamel today attended a remembrance ceremony at the Canadian National Vimy Memorial.

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