Veterans’ file on track, it’s a four-year mandate

In his one year in office, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has reformed the way the government interacts with veterans, including with families and stakeholders.

Veterans Affairs Minister Kent Hehr, pictured at last year's Remembrance Day ceremony in Ottawa. Though it is easy to criticize, not all change is possible in the short term. On the veterans file, at least, there has been a shift in the right direction, and the voices of broad stakeholders are finally being heard, which is in line with honouring the obligation owed to our vets, write Joshua Juneau and Jerry Kovacs. The Hill Times photograph by Jake Wright

PUBLISHED : Monday, Nov. 7, 2016 12:00 AM

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