World War II veteran Alvin J. Auton, 96, poses in Parade Square following the Remembrance Day ceremony in Halifax on Monday, November 11, 2019.

‘I didn’t know what it was to be afraid’: WWII veterans share their most vivid memories

Last year, veterans at Remembrance Day ceremonies across the country told Maclean’s about their experiences at war

Veterans fought for our democracy. Now, they face fights against their own government

Opinion: The federal government is failing to truly deliver on its promises to veterans, and it’s doing so with less and less transparency

At the Invictus Games, not all veterans are winners

Opinion: A veteran on how celebrating the sporting achievements of a few allows Canadians to forget about the plight of thousands of other former servicepeople

A dozen soldiers walk into an art gallery

A Vancouver artist explores the Afghan war, with the help of those who know it best

Why do you hate veterans?

A Conservative MP explains why MPs have to support the budget

Rodger Cuzner is unimpressed with Tony Clement

A Liberal MP tweets seven unflattering adjectives


The Last Post Fund and caring for veterans

Stephen Harper declined to directly address the matter of the Last Post Fund this weekend.


‘Our prime minister and his government don’t see it as a priority’

A fund created to help with the funeral costs of veterans has been rejecting two-thirds of applicants and the executive director blames the Harper government.

The auditor general on cyber security, veterans and national finance

“Canadians do not have all the relevant information to understand the long-term impact of budgets”


Students offer business training to veterans

Entrepreneurship bootcamp in St. John’s


Veterans Affairs won’t be exempt

With the Conservatives voting against, the House defeated the NDP’s motion on veterans affairs by a count of 147-122 last night.