Feds dilly-dallying with disabled veterans

The last Canadian soldiers returned from Afghanistan last week, pictured arriving in Ottawa. Veterans’ advocate Sean Bruyea says, spread over 41 years when the benefit ceases at age 65, the 24-year-old corporal takes home $23,193 annually in actual income loss. The Statistics Canada low-income cut-off in 2011 was just over $30,000. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

By Sean Bruyea

PUBLISHED : Friday, March 21, 2014 9:09 PM

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