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My VAC Account

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members and their
families — online

Access the services you need, when and where you need them.

Watch this video for an introduction to My VAC Account.

With your account, you can:

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and services

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  • Veteran,
  • retired member of the RCMP,
  • current member of the CAF or the RCMP,
  • family member, or
  • power of attorney.

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