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Published on Mon, 11/07/2011 by National Council of Veteran Associations

Government Should Exempt Veterans From Budgetary Cuts

Government Should Exempt Veterans From Budgetary Cuts

By: Brian N. Forbes, Secretary General, National Council of Veteran Associations, November 7, 2011

As the National Council of Veteran Associations (representing 58 member-organizations) gathered for its annual meeting last week, its focus was on the declared intention of the Government that many Federal Budgets are to be potentially reduced and that substantial financial cuts will have to be exercised by individual Departments, including Veterans Affairs Canada.

Published on Tue, 05/24/2011 by CUSO-VSA

On June 6th, CUSO-VSO turns 50 -- but does international volunteering still work?

On June 6th, CUSO-VSO turns 50 -- but does international volunteering still work?

Volunteering over five decades

On June 6th 2011, CUSO-VSO (formerly CUSO, still known by many as Canadian University Service Overseas) will turn 50.

Since 1961, more than 15,000 CUSO-VSO volunteers have contributed to a world of solutions in more than 70 countries in Africa, Latin America, the Caribbean, Asia and the Pacific. CUSO-VSO is one of the oldest volunteer-sending agencies in the world, the same age as the Peace Corps in the United States.

Published on Mon, 08/30/2010 by World Vision Canada

World Vision medical clinic culturally acceptable for women

World Vision medical clinic culturally acceptable for women

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Although Badar Munir is not sick and needs no clinical help, he visits the World Vision Emergency Medical Camp every day in Koto village near Lower Dir.

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