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Bring Your Family Closer Together by Creating Holiday CraftsMilitary community rallies together to shut down fake Facebook accountThe College of Family Physicians of Canada releases Best Advice GuideMilitary mom searches for homeless sonSecond annual Veterans Child Scholarship accepting applications

Bring Your Family Closer Together by Creating Holiday Crafts

Being a military family impacts our lives in many different ways, including during the holiday season. For my family, this means that we are away visiting relatives during the holiday break and do not get to admire our home when it's decorated. Thus, we often start decorating...
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Military community rallies together to shut down fake Facebook account

A fake Facebook account created under Cpl. Nathan Cirillo’s name was shut down within two hours this week after the Veteran community from across the country rallied together. The Facebook account used the name and photos of Cpl. Cirillo, who died on Oct. 22, 2014, when he was fatally wounded while on sentry duty at the...
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The College of Family Physicians of Canada releases Best Advice Guide

In order to alleviate some of the challenges faced by military families in seeking adequate healthcare, the College of Family Physicians of Canada, in collaboration with Military Family Services, released this week a new Best Advice guide: Caring for Military Families in the Patient’s Medical Home. This new resource provides family physicians with recommendations on how...
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Military mom searches for homeless son

“Homeless veterans are still human beings. They have a big heart. They just got lost along the way somehow.”  10am That’s the message one homeless veteran’s mother is trying to convey to Canadians across the country. Pauline Dooling is the mother of James “Jamie” Vautier, a former Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) member who is now living on...
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Second annual Veterans Child Scholarship accepting applications

Wounded Warriors Canada (WWC) is now accepting applications for the second annual Veterans Child Scholarship. To be announced this September, the eight children who receive the Veterans Child Scholarship will receive $40,000 to fund the first year of full-time post-secondary education. The Veterans Child Scholarship is awarded to children of Canadian Armed Forces veterans or serving members...
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