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The Union of Veterans Affairs Employees said in a news release that in Sydney, N.S. alone, the office handles 4,200 clients, including Ron Clarke. "Totally I say again totally ridiculous," said Clarke, an outspoken critic of the government's plan.
John Taggart for New York Daily News Veteran pays respects to Jesus Matos, who served in Vietnam, at the George Werst Funeral Home in Glendale, Queens, on Thursday, Oct. 24, 2013. The Mayor's Office of Veterans Affairs helps ensure deceased veterans
AT Close to 1,000 people gathered in Sydney on Saturday, concerned about Ottawa's plan to close the local Veterans Affairs office (Norma Jean MacPhee/CBC) Hundreds of protesters are gathering in Cape Breton, N.S., to protest the federal government's
A new cemetery in southeastern Minnesota is in the works for veterans, and several dignitaries will attend Thursday's ceremonial groundbreaking...The land was donated by Fillmore County and the city, with $10 million in funding for construction
Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) to create a screening tool for benefits and services, available to VA staff and Veterans. The project will help eligible homeless Veterans and Veterans at-risk to rapidly find and obtain mainstream benefits. The
Watch The Conservative government says it is closing the offices in Corner Brook, Nfld., Charlottetown, Sydney, N.S., Windsor, Ont., Thunder Bay, Ont., Brandon, Man., Saskatoon, Sask., Kelowna, B.C., and Prince George, B.C. by February to adjust to
Watch One-on-one is what we need, not doing the long-distance thing, said Mr. Clarke. He said he visits the Veterans Affairs office in Sydney, N.S., about five times a year and, when it closes, he will have to drive at least five hours to Halifax.
during a home visit in Santa Monica, CA August 8, 2013. Social Worker) listens to Veteran Serwa Scorza during a home visit in Santa Monica, CA August 8, 2013. Scorza was a homeless veteran who was aided by Veterans Administration programs to help get
Hamill / Pittsburgh Post-Gazette If the beleaguered leaders of the Veterans Affairs Pittsburgh Healthcare System thought the scrutiny over the Legionnaires' outbreak that occurred there had ended with two inspector general reports in April and August,
The Associated Press The Associated Press 1 hour ago Associated Press A former U.S. Marine lieutenant who faced murder charges for shooting a pair of unarmed Iraqis has been named as the new director of the N.C...Ilario Pantano will start his new