Tuesday August 15, 2017
Veterans and RCMP look for super annuity funds
John Labelle, VAC/Voice file photo
MP Peter Stouffer and John Labelle Super Annuity Coordinator.
Personnel are a different government provider. Unlike other segment
of the population they often work in deplorable conditions without
over time pay. What price tag can be placed on the voluntary
services we ask our spouses to perform while we serve our country
Canada. Consider the loss of our spouses employment income
opportunities as a result of many operational moves. Many posting
led to the loss of their spousal CPP benefits. They often faced
extended family separation with elevated level of stress while
maintaining a family on their own. The unavailability to celebrate
Aanniversaries, birthdays, family gatherings, just to name a few.
It is time for you
to get involved and move this most important veteran issue forward.
Today many of our veterans are in their eighties. Now that their
service to Canada is no longer required, will you stand up for
Military/RCMP veterans and their families? Can veterans and their
families depend on your leadership to initiate corrective action so
that their services can be recognized and acknowledged?
For more information, e-mail John Labelle here.