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Fernand Robichaud

The Hon. Fernand Robichaud, P.C. Appointed to the Senate by the Rt. Honourable Jean Chrétien, Senator Fernand Robichaud represents the province of New Brunswick and the Senatorial Division of Saint-Louis-de-Kent. He has served in the Senate of Canada since September 23, 1997.

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Canadian Armed Forces pensions

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Posted by Craig Forsberg (Calgary) on 26 August 2011

Are an absolute mess. Clawbacks at a certain age, overshadowed by medical pensions which are of no real tangible value (they devalue the regular pension, resulting in no real net gain for a medical condition, say, like a blown off limb), and a faulty and flawed Veterans Affairs portfolio. Any government that promised to, and actually did, address the problems with Canadian Forces veterans pensions would get not only my support, but the support of several millions of retired veterans, their family and friends, and the Canadian population that supports the Forces.

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