The People Served Responsibility, not Socialized anything, in All Countries Served, to Sacrifice, their Representatives duty to demand that, as they demand those few serving them do, especially when sent into military conflict theaters! Not poser patriotism symbols and words, actual Sacrifice!
Benefits, Veterans Affairs office closure among issues on road to Oct. 19 federal election
Sep 17, 2015 - Military veterans are heating up campaigns in ridings across Canada for the Oct. 19 federal election, with a shared goal for better treatment.
Their presence comes in the form of both candidates, and activists fighting for veterans' rights.
The number of veterans running for the Liberal Party is into the double digits. They include retired general Andrew Leslie in Orleans, Ont.
The Conservatives, who have long characterized themselves as a friend of the military and veterans, have candidates including in Ontario, with retired lieutenant colonel Pierre Lemieux running in Glengarry-Prescott-Russell and Erin O'Toole, a former Air Force captain turned lawyer, vying for re-election in Durham.
The NDP, however, has no veterans running in the eastern Ontario in this election.
ABC veterans front and centre
The ABC, or Anyone But Conservatives, is a veterans group behind protests both on social media and outside Conservative rallies. read more>>>