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Post by Guest on Tue 24 Mar 2015, 06:38

I could not find this individual he was posted over seas on embassy duty and va would not assist in locating him so i had to wait for him to return to Canada then i found him on face book. has anybody ever challenged this in court with a real lawyer and not a veterans puppet. i am going to get MC to check into this as soon as my sisip appeal is settled there must be a grandfather clause because i did not sign up or serve under this new charter my contract ended 1992 and i should at the most be asked what charter i want to fall under.

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Post by bigrex on Tue 24 Mar 2015, 00:03

Wild thing, unfortunately the way they set up the NVC, it doesn't matter when the injury occurred, only what the application date was. Somebody should have advised you to put the application in before 2006, and if needed, use the witness statement at the VRAB review hearing. For example, I submitted a claim for OA in the lumbar spine, in 2005, because after two knee surgeries in 2004, my back was in constant pain due to the constant limping. it was denied because they said that the x-rays didn't show enough degenerative changes, and the denial was supported at both levels of appeal, saying that in their opinion, that I was not suffering a disability to my lumbar spine. But a few years after my release, and my back was getting even worse, they finally sent me for a CT scan, that reveal major changes and two separate herniated discs, which couldn't be seen in an X-ray. I asked for a special reconsideration because of the new medical evidence, and was told that because my claim had been denied at appeal, I could only submit a new application. So even though I had a previous claim in prior to the NVC, for the exact same condition, they would not grant me an increase to my PA pension, giving me a disability award instead. And while I was waiting for their decision, I ended up having to have emergency back surgery to remove almost an entire disk, and a section of vertebrae, to remove pressure on the nerve root.
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Post by Guest on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 23:12

Have a question for you guys,if i suffered multipule injurys before the new veterans charter and was released before the new veterans charter but had to wait for a statement from a fellow soldier because they didnt do a cf98 on me dont you think my case should be done under the old charter. to make matters worse i found out 3 weeks ago i fractured my colar bone on that exercise never new because they never xrayed my shoulders 37 years ago. and with the pain from other injurys i never new. more xrays ,ultrasounds, and mri in the future to find out what all damage was done It only took 37 years and about 8 different doctors and it took a nurse to kick some ass and get action.

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Post by 6608 on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 12:59

Rex,something similar is called consensus style government works pretty well for theses folks might not work down here, but is a very interesting form of government in Canada.

http://www.assembly.nu.ca/sites/default/files/Consensus%20Government%20in%20Nunavut%20-%20English.pdf


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Post by Guest on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 12:51

We all have our own views on what party is best.

Like I have already stated, I have no time for the Liberals, I do like the NDP to a certain degree, but as I look at what is going today with respect to the polls, the conservatives are neck and neck with the Liberals, and the NDP is far behind and as it looks today, don't stand a chance in winning the election, until that changes, I am looking at either the conservatives being re elected with a minority government, and the Liberals being the official opposition party - or the Liberals winning with a minority government, and the conservatives being the official opposition party.

So for me, and this is just me, today I am hoping that the conservatives win, I will be very disappointed if the Liberals win as I do believe Veterans, and members of the forces will suffer big time with the Liberals in power.

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Post by prawnstar on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 12:22

After seeing Mulcair on W5 I have more respect for him. He is well spoken genuine nice guy. If his tie wasn't orange I would have a serious look at him. Funny that he was an MLA under Jean Charest for years and after a run in with Charest Jack Layton picked him up as a free agent. Maybe two parties should run the country. All MPs elected would meet at an arena and throw their sticks in the middle like a game of shinny. No division amongst party lines just take your stick and play like a grown up.

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Post by bigrex on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 11:55

Personally, I wish that they would just get rid of the entire party system. Leave rivalries on the sports field. Then every politician gets elected on their own merits, and not simply based on who the party leader is. Then once everyone is in place, the elected people choose who to nominate for the position of PM, and then the country votes on who they prefer. Then once a PM is elected, he then has a pool of every MP to choose his cabinet from, based on their own merits, not just party affiliation. Then, just as now, every MP can introduce bills, but they would debate and vote based on the strengths or weaknesses of the bill, and not just which party introduced it. As it is, there is just too much blind support or opposition to every bill that is tabled. Just imagine how different our country could be, if peoples' great ideas hadn't been dismissed simply because they sat on the wrong side of the a room.
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Post by RCNRetired on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 11:22

Teen, you are so right. Politicians wonder why voter turnout is do low but one foes not need to be a rocket scientist to figure it out. Slandering each other is not what I want to hear, today's flipping politician act like a bunch of 5 year olds with the real 5 real olds winning. As a Canadian and a voter I want to hear about party values, what are they going to do about making the the country better. There is never a good idea, because if one party comes up with something the others just shoot it full of holes. Kinda verifies the fact that all of our policy imams are a bunch of idiots because collectively none are smart enough to bring forward a plan, a bill, an action, nothing because no matter what it is it is always not enough or wrong from the eyes of the other parties. I want to see politicians work together to have their standing committees, to debate, amend and collectively come up with sound decisions. But no what do we get in this god forsaken country is a bunch of men and women acting like children that their sibling stole their toy.

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Post by Teentitan on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 10:48

Well pinger call it democracy-blues.  Politicians find it more important to slice and dice each other instead of debating each other properly about the issues.  Because of this voters tune out campaigns and just don't care because they are all labeled the same...crooks, cheaters, money grubbing politico's.

Slandering a politician or a party is not true democracy.  True democracy is about improving a country and it's citizens.


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Post by Guest on Mon 23 Mar 2015, 08:33

Ive been kicked in the nuts by both liberals and conservative im not going to stand there and let them do it again i dont care what  lies they say come election time. i will put my support behind Peter, Tom and the NDP. remember the old liberal thieves are still in the party right behind trudeau. And harper what can i say, a, dirty politician, dictator ,self serving, money wasting piece of shyte. Wait maybe thats puttin no no its harper it is getting hard to tell who is who these days.

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Post by pinger on Sun 22 Mar 2015, 20:52

Found the crystal ball folks. ALL parties, their platforms, plans, proposals, and promises don't mean shyte if voter turnout is dismal. 40% to 50% don't cut it. That's Canadian voter apathy.
When I listen to any people who squawk about the GoC I ask them if they VOTED.

Just imagine if voter turnout was 80+%. What if someone bought a loaf of bread for $1.00 but only got 4 slices out of 10 ? 2/5th's?

What I find most tragic is what we have done, our predecessors, and those still serving so we could all vote yet... less than 50% do?

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Post by Guest on Sun 22 Mar 2015, 14:42

ha ha great stuff prawn although when it comes to disabled vets issues RIGHT NOW he seems like the best choice TIME WILL TELL we will know a lot more come close to election time .

no matter who wins I hope its a minority the country seems to run better and not a lot of far right or far left FEED THE BASE BS legislation gets tabled let alone passed.

im an independent so im not buying any of what they SAY they will do . the thing is I will likely make my decision a day before the election but without a crystal ball all I will have is words and gamble on that. the ultimate gamble is this politician being honest.

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Post by prawnstar on Sun 22 Mar 2015, 14:23

OK guys before you start drinking uncle Tom's orange kool-aid don't only focus what he says he's going to do for us. He's the guy that wanted us to sit around the camp fire with the taliban and sing kumbaya and eat smores. Remember left is not good for the military or the country. His focus will be on the social programs which is not bad but where you give more you have to take away from some where else. Uncle Tom has been a lack luster opposition leader according to political pundits. He has had some good moments but failed to go for the kill when he had Harper by the short and curlies. His hands are tied with a majority govt however I think with a minority govt he would keep harpers feet to the fire. I'm not a hard core Con or Lib. I just like to see an even balance of power so they keep each other "honest" and I use that term loosely.

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Post by Dannypaj on Sun 22 Mar 2015, 06:25

We the undersigned residents of Canada recognize the following:

  • Canadian Forces and RCMP veterans and their families deserve our deepest gratitude and deserve to be taken care of. (This is a no brainer)
  • After nine years of Conservative government, too many veterans and their families still cannot access adequate health care, pensions and other vital supports—and are now dealing with the closure of nine frontline Veterans Affairs offices;
  • Tom Mulcair has a plan to end service pension clawbacks, re-open shuttered Veterans Affairs offices, and widen access to quality home care, long-term care and mental health care services.


THEREFORE, we call on the Government of Canada to implement Tom Mulcair’s plan to improve services for Canadian Forces and RCMP veterans and their families.

Okay so this is where they all currently stand. 


 1. Harper: Proposed some changes to the NVC, but with few details and plenty of media for effect. 
 2. Trudeau: Only words and no platform in regards to Veterans
 3. Mulcair:  Above is his take.  A Q and A session with him would be great, questioning him on what he will do for Veterans and their family.
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Post by Guest on Sat 21 Mar 2015, 21:01

just watched it, Mulcair has my vote. very smart, common sense, strait shooter no bull shit not a dictator and con artist like harper and he worked, not in politics to raise his family. trudeau never worked a real job in his life. I was impressed he is not self serving.

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