OTTAWA—When the Department of National Defence announced a total health and wellness strategy earlier this year, as part of the new defence policy, it embarked on its most ambitious and important program yet for the health of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) members. We hear the stories but we don't see the scars. Soldiers return from conflicts with deep, invisible wounds—injuries our society once sadly mischaracterized as "shell shock." The government's life after service studies have found that veterans
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