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My VAC Account

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My VAC Account is a simple and secure way to do business online with us.

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Military sexual trauma

If you experienced military sexual trauma, resources are available to support you.

Events in Afghanistan

The current situation in Afghanistan is distressing for many. There are resources to help you cope.

Veterans’ Week

Veterans’ Week

Every year during the lead up to Remembrance Day on November 11, we honour those who have served Canada in times of war, military conflict and peace.


Articles for Veterans and families

What do I need to include in my application for a disability benefit?

A complete application for a disability benefit will have all the information needed to determine that you have a diagnosed medical condition related to your service.

How we review a disability benefit claim

Learn more about how your disability claim is reviewed by the department and particularly, by the adjudicator – a trained decision-maker for disability claims.

Reducing Wait Times for Disability Applications: Spike Teams

Reducing wait times for disability benefit applications is the number one priority at Veterans Affairs Canada.

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