Canvet Publications named 2017 Independent Publisher of the Year!

Winner of three major awards at the 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Awards! Last week at the 2017 Canadian Online Publishing Awards in Toronto, Canvet Publications Ltd. (publisher of Legion Magazine and Canada’s Ultimate Story) was named the 2017 Independent Publisher of the Year! The award was announced following two gold awards on the same...
  • Times change at Sunnybrook

    January 24, 2017 by Tom MacGregor
    Changing demographics have meant that veterans’ hospitals, such as Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre in Toronto, are experiencing a reduction in waiting times not seen for several generations. Sunnybrook, Canada’s largest veterans’ hospital, has room for 475 veterans, housed in two wings—the Kilgour Wing, named after...
  • VC recipient honoured

    January 22, 2017 by Tom MacGregor
    About 200 people attended a special event for the unveiling of a new headstone on the grave of Victoria Cross recipient Alex Brereton in the farming community of Elnora, Alta. The headstone, supplied by the Commonwealth War Graves Commission on behalf of Veterans Affairs Canada,...
  • Report studies pain and suffering

    January 20, 2017 by Legion Magazine
    While pleased with the increase in the New Veterans Charter (NVC) maximum disability award payment, the veterans ombudsman says the federal government now needs to recognize the non-economic effects on the most severely disabled veterans. “While no amount of money can provide full restitution,” said...
  • Legion Magazine wins digital publishing award

    January 18, 2017 by Legion Magazine
    Legion Magazine has won silver at the 2016 Canadian Online Publishing Awards (COPAs), presented by Masthead for the interactive, bilingual web experience, Blood in the Mud or Du Sang dans la Boue. The award, which was presented in Toronto on Nov. 7, was in the...
  • CFOne Card offers access to programs and discounts

    January 16, 2017 by Tom MacGregor
    Over the last two decades, numerous programs have been created for the Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) community that never existed before, and now they can be accessed through the CFOne Card.  Whether they served for only one year or for 30 years or longer, veterans...
  • The military ombudsman has called for changes that would eliminate Veterans Affairs Canada’s long vetting process each year for some new veterans. Of the 1,500 Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members medically released annually, about 600 are released due to illnesses or injuries directly related to...
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