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View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Perhaps I could ask just one last question.
A veteran leaves the Canadian Forces. In his mind, he is not injured and his body is not injured. One year later, he has an injury that he wants to make the system aware of. His release has already happened. He could go through SISIP. He could go through VAC. He would be obligated to go to SISIP first under those circumstances as well, because SISIP pays first. Is that the thinking?
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Thank you very much, Chair.
First of all, thank you very much for your presentation. Certainly our actions in the Netherlands were critical moments in Canada's history.
General, I certainly appreciated your recounting of some of the things that went on there. I must give all credit to the battery commander, destroying bridges with artillery from 14 miles away even though they're eight-inch shells. That's quite a feat because artillery, especially in World War II, was not known to be particularly accurate. To take out a bridge is quite a feat.
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Yes. Thank you for filling us in on that.
I want to ask a general question. I see a list of different participants, particularly to the Netherlands. There are members of the Canadian Armed Forces, students, including cadets, tour groups, etc. Who's coordinating all of that? Are they being independently coordinated, for example, with the 150 members of the Canadian Armed Forces, or is it falling under a particular umbrella like Veterans Affairs?
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Okay. I see on some of the dates you have Government of Canada delegation only. What makes up the Government of Canada delegation?
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
That's what's meant by a Government of Canada delegation only. When there are visits to particular cemeteries, museums, or cenotaphs, you're talking about this group of 200 to 250 people.
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
All right.
I noticed on the May 9 there's a national street parade, a liberation festival. Where's that taking place?
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Right, thank you.
I'm wondering if you could fill us in on other commemorations that are taking place throughout the year. I noticed on your last page you had some that went up to May 29. Are there other things planned from May through December?
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
There are funding programs to assist communities or groups and associations that want to commemorate something in particular.
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Great. I take it that's on the website.
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Good. Thank you.
Thank you, Chair.
View Pierre Lemieux Profile
CPC (ON)
Who is going to wash my feet? That's what I want to know.
An hon. member: Oh Francis, you're the guy.
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