EQUITAS

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Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

EQUITAS

SOCIETY

JUSTICE - FAIRNESS - EQUITY

Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

EQUITAS

SOCIETY

JUSTICE - FAIRNESS - EQUITY

Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

EQUITAS

SOCIETY

JUSTICE - FAIRNESS - EQUITY

Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

EQUITAS

SOCIETY

JUSTICE - FAIRNESS - EQUITY

Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

EQUITAS

SOCIETY

JUSTICE - FAIRNESS - EQUITY

Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

EQUITAS

SOCIETY

JUSTICE - FAIRNESS - EQUITY

Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

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Breaking News

Major Mark Campbell (ret’d) speaking on the Roy Green show, November 11 2017

Listen to it here

Mark Campbell and Aaron Bedard Speak to The Globe and Mail November 11 2017

Read their interview here

Vet Affairs Still Acts Like It Doesn’t Owe Canadian Soldiers A Thing – Huffington Post Nov. 10 2017

Read more here

National Post John Ivison: Liberals to buy peace by fulfilling promise to re-instate life-long pensions for veterans, November 10 2017

Read more here

Mark Campbell and Scott Casey speak on Power and Politics. They speak with amazing conviction on behalf of all of Canada’s veterans November 9 2017

See video here

“Frustrated vets demand better” Mark Campbell and Scott Casey on CBC News November 9 2017

See video here

CPAC News Conference – Veterans Groups on Benefits and Pensions November 9 2017

See video here

Surrey MP says pension news for veterans expected ‘by end of the year

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Listen to Jim Scott on the Jerry Agar radio show here

The Class Action Law Suit Legal Action

On October 30, 2012 Miller Thomson, working pro bono, filed an application in the BC Supreme Court to certify a Class Action Law Suit for disabled soldiers who have received low settlements under the New Veterans Charter. Equitas signed an agreement with Miller Thomson requiring Equitas to provide all the legal action disbursement costs (eg: doctor’s medical report fees, court fees, etc) -estimated initially at $100,000.00. Equitas believes in disabled soldiers getting fairly compensated for their service. With your help we can restore the Canadian Government’s commitment to its veterans to one that dignifies their sacrifice.

Case For Life-long Disability Pensions - The Standing Committee on Finance


CTV National News - 18 May, 2016 - Liberals Break Promise to Veterans


Liberal Leader Justin Trudeau Promises to Reinstate Lifelong Pensions


The Six Representative Plaintiffs

The class action brought by representative plaintiffs on behalf of thousands of individuals having common interests.

Dan Scott, Gavin Flett, Brad Quast, Mark Campbell, Kevin Berry and Aaron Bedard

Dan Scott, Gavin Flett, Brad Quast, Mark Campbell, Kevin Berry and Aaron Bedard

Dan Scott- 26 years old reservist with the rank of Bombadier
Gavin Flett - 37 years old reservist with the rank of Master Corporal
Brad Quast - 23 years old reservist with the rank of Corporal
Mark Campbell - 47 years old Regular Force Infantry Soldier with the rank of Major
Kevin Berry - 29 years old light machine gunner
Aaron Bedard - 39 years old combat engineer in the position of recon driver

Led by a team of legal experts

Any soldier who wants to communicate directly with Miller Thomson LLP about the legal action, may do so by emailing them at: veterans@millerthomson.com

Military Veterans Bill of Rights

  • 1. Be treated with respect, dignity, fairness and courtesy.

    We will listen carefully to what you have to say and be fair and polite.

  • 2. Take part in discussions that involve you and your family.

    We will talk with you to learn about your needs. Your family and your community are important to you and your well-being. We will keep this in mind when making decisions that involve you.

  • 3. Have someone with you for support when you deal with Veterans Affairs.

    You can choose to have a family member, friend or other trusted person with you for support when you visit our offices or when we visit you.

  • 4. Receive clear, easy-to-understand information about our programs and services, in English or French, as set out in the Official Languages Act.

    We will give you information that is clear, easy to understand and in the language of your choice, whenever we write to you, talk to you, or visit with you.

  • 5. Have your privacy protected as set out in the Privacy Act.

    Information we have about you will be kept private as set out by applicable law, including the Privacy Act.

  • 6. Receive benefits and services as set out in our published service standards and to know your appeal rights.

    We have put our service standards in writing. We will provide services and benefits to you in the time set out by these standards. We will inform you of your appeal options and how to get help with an appeal, at the same time that we give you our decision about a service or benefit.

  • 7. Receive counselling and assistance in filling out applications.

    We commit to assisting you complete your applications so that claims will be appropriately processed without unreasonable delay. We will also provide this service at any time throughout the application process.

  • 8. Preference in public service employment.

    We commit to assisting you gain priority hiring for employment in the federal public service and also commit to supporting you in sustaining that employment.

  • 9. Receive all entitlements, benefits and services you qualify for without need of additional applications.

    Veterans Affairs has the responsibility to ensure you receive everything you qualify for.

  • 10. Right to Government funded representation.

    You will be provided with free legal representation to assist you with your claims throughout all aspects of the application process including representation in the courts.

Military Covenant

A SOCIAL COVENANT BETWEEN THE PEOPLE AND GOVERNMENT OF CANADA AND

THOSE WHO SERVE IN THE ARMED FORCES OF CANADA (THE “CANADIAN MILITARY COVENANT”)

 The Canadian Forces are the armed forces of Her Majesty raised to defend Canada and protect its people, free institutions and interests in a manner that best serves the nation’s parliamentary democracy. The service men and women who make up the Canadian Forces, while serving, must forego basic Human Rights enjoyed by other Canadians.

To continue reading the proposed covenant click here

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