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Post by Dannypaj on Fri 15 Apr 2016, 06:35

Go to around 29:11 and the MVA is addressing the house in regards to veterans issues.
http://www.cpac.ca/en/programs/question-period/episodes/46793036/
To be honourable to me, would be at least have a conversation with these gentleman (or do Ministers not talk to commoners )or is it Cloak and Daggers?
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Post by johnny211 on Fri 15 Apr 2016, 09:25

Dannypaj - Good post. All I heard fm the minister was Bla, Bla, Bla, wow. Same old, around the circle and he would not answer the question. I would have expected more of this minister, but wrong again. VVV...
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Re: First House Question of 2016 asked to our MVA (Question Period)

Post by Trooper on Fri 15 Apr 2016, 11:27

What our Minister is saying is that they are appeal processes in place to deal with Mr. Brentnall's situation.

He would not commit publicly in saying that he himself , would step in.

With regards to the other question on mental health and suicide prevention , well lets just say he lost me there.
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Post by ColdWarVet1980 on Fri 15 Apr 2016, 12:45

Lip service is all I heard! I wonder how the ABC group is feeling now...
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Re: First House Question of 2016 asked to our MVA (Question Period)

Post by bigrex on Fri 15 Apr 2016, 18:40

They are probably still feeling pretty good. After all, even though the biggest Liberal promise has yet to be fulfilled, they have at least started the process for some of them. Which is more than we could have ever expected from the Tories, while under Harper. We could be sitting around wondering what the new ID card, that the Tories promised us, would look like. Instead we are discussing what calculations the liberals are possibly going to use, while putting more money into our pockets.
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Post by bigrex on Fri 15 Apr 2016, 20:58

The thing is, DND must have already been in the process of replacing the NDI 75 with the new CF one discount card, since it was announced so shortly after the Liberal took power. But yet the Tories had the Audacity to use it as a campaign promise, because they knew that they had to promise Veterans something, if they wanted any sort of chance at our vote.
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House Question Period

Post by Trooper on Fri 22 Apr 2016, 14:18

Most shamelessly evasive answer

Conservative MP Alupa Clarke asked what the mandates are for six new advisory groups for veterans affairs announced last week.

Karen McCrimmon, parliamentary secretary to the minister of Veterans Affairs, replied it’s an excellent question, and that they’ll sit down with all six of those groups.

“The minister of Veterans Affairs really wants to find out what the issues are for veterans,” she said.

Clarke responded that’s good, but why weren’t the mandates made public?

McCrimmon said the government has large to-do list on the veterans file.

“We need to talk to all these different groups of people and prioritize all this work that needs to be done.”

http://ipolitics.ca/2016/04/22/qp-friday-isis-ghgs-and-photo-ops/
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Post by teentitan on Fri 22 Apr 2016, 16:28

Here we go....McCrimmon is a ret'd Col and she should know that vets want the mandate public.

They just are not getting the point that mandate's are the same as ROE's when we were sent on deployment.
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Re: First House Question of 2016 asked to our MVA (Question Period)

Post by RCN-Retired on Fri 22 Apr 2016, 18:04

It is so sad that we seem to be posed for more studies, more working groups, more reviews of what/how we can treat veterans with PTSD and other medical conditions. My question is why? Why are we the veterans that are so desperately in need of help now and for many in need of help for years having to wait some more. Why can't a decision be made to do what ever the medical professionals deem necessary to deal with our illness now be made while at the same time they (the politicians) can study the hell out of things! Why risk more suiciedes, more families being torn apart while they study what we need. For me it has been over 20 years of debate, I just want some QoL and to have my doctors determine the best care for me not the GOC.
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Re: First House Question of 2016 asked to our MVA (Question Period)

Post by Trooper on Fri 22 Apr 2016, 18:54

I think as long as the NVC exist there will be studies and reviews.

I personally do not care for the NVC although it does bring some good benefits , it categorizes disable Veterans to the point where there's no real end to the improvements that are constantly needed to protect it's so called merits.  
This is why no matter what is being looked at or improved within the New Charter , it's and everlasting attempt to address all the different issues that comes from it's very existence.
Which of course bares the burden of constantly studying and reviewing it by those trying to find solutions to address the Charter piece by piece.

Like I have said many times before , the Liberals should have made their first and only priority to bring back the pension act as it was pre 2006.

After that is done then they can study and review for all of eternity , at least the one Veteran and one Standard would be back in place , and the whole of disabled Veterans would all be in a much better way.
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Re: First House Question of 2016 asked to our MVA (Question Period)

Post by pinger on Sat 23 Apr 2016, 12:44

Yup, It won't end for a very looong time. It almost makes sense to me in one way.
Think about it. Before and after 1990 esp. after 90... The Gulf, Yugoslav, Afghan, and Iraq.
Add the “living” monkey wrench called the NVC and what do you get?
Reviews, debates, and extra committees.

But why can't the GoC/VAC kneejerk and implement a positive fix quicker?
Their supposed to be pro's at it. NOT!

So if it won't end for a long time, my consolation is that I don't expect anything.
Just hate those dancing carrots in MVA minstrel shows though...


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Re: First House Question of 2016 asked to our MVA (Question Period)

Post by Guest on Sat 23 Apr 2016, 13:27

the problem is for the most part the are trying to put a political fix not a real to problems that were not created by the NVC as a whole but the buyout contained within .

their is only one REAL fix for the buyout and a political fix on this issue is easily seen as BS .

SOOO a whole bunch of political fixes with a lot of complicated math and hard to understand qualifiers seem to be their solutions SO FAR .

with these committees and such they can say stuff like " after consulting with vets orgs " to the crap they come up with giving it some validity to civies .

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