Veterans Affairs Canada office reopens in Prince George
Government News Release
May 25, 2017
Veterans, their families and local stakeholders today joined Government of Canada officials for the reopening of the Veterans Affairs Canada office in Prince George, British Columbia (BC).
The Prince George office is the last of nine Veterans Affairs Canada offices, closed in 2012, to be reopened across the country.
Veterans affairs office officially reopens in Windsor
April 21, 2017
Windsor's veteran's affairs office has officially opened its doors.
The Windsor office is the eighth out of nine veterans affairs offices to reopen by the end of May 2017.
New Veterans Affairs office opens in Thunder Bay, Ont.
January 26, 2017
Federal representatives were on hand in Thunder Bay, Ont. Thursday morning to officially open the new Veterans Affairs office in the city. The Syndicate Avenue S location replaces a previous office in the city's downtown north core that was shuttered by the Conservative government in 2014.
Veterans Affairs district office reopens in Charlottetown
December 01, 2016
A district office was reopened in the city on Wednesday. The office is at 191 Great George Street.
Veterans office officially reopens in Saskatoon
November 30, 2016
The Federal Government officially reopened the Veterans Affairs Canada office in Saskatoon today.
Justin Trudeau reopens Veterans Affairs office in Sydney
November 10, 2016
Prime Minister Justin Trudeau has cut the ribbon on a new Veterans Affairs office in Sydney, N.S., replacing one that was shuttered by the Conservative government in 2014.
Kelowna Veterans Affairs office open for business again
November 08, 2016
About two years after it was closed by the previous federal government, the Kelowna office of Veterans Affairs Canada has re-opened.
Brandon Veterans Affairs office reopens following 2014 closure
October 21, 2016
The federal government officially reopened the western Manitoba city's Veterans Affairs Canada office in the Brandon Federal Building at 1039 Princess Avenue early Friday afternoon.
Back in business: Veterans Affairs office closed by Harper government reopens in Corner Brook
July 05, 2016
The Veterans Affairs office in Corner Brook officially reopened Tuesday morning, the first of nine such offices across Canada that were closed during the former Conservative government's tenure.
2016 Federal Budget
2016 Federal Budget
March 22, 2016
Chapter 5 > Enhancing Services for Veterans
To better support veterans where they live, Budget 2016 proposes to reopen and staff service offices in Charlottetown, Sydney, Corner Brook, Windsor, Thunder Bay, Saskatoon, Brandon, Prince George and Kelowna, open an additional office in Surrey, and expand outreach to veterans in the North by working with local partners.