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Apr. 16, 2024 – Veterans Affairs Committee Proceedings [Video]

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Apr. 16, 2024 – Veterans Affairs Committee Proceedings

Meeting start: 14:25
Introductions: 14:53
Opening remarks: 16:47
PC Caucus questions: 1:06:39 and 1:42:40
NDP Caucus questions: 50:46 and 1:36:16
Liberal Caucus questions: 31:13 and 1:26:42
Closing remarks: 1:51:57
Committee business: 2:02:24

Topic: The Use and Availability of Veterans Affairs Canada Long-Term Care Beds in Nova Scotia

Witnesses:
Nova Scotia Health Authority
• Brett MacDougall – Vice President of Operations, Eastern Zone
• Eileen MacGibbon – Vice President of Operations, Central Zone
• Heather White –Director of Veterans’ Services and Geriatrics at Camp Hill
Nova Scotia/Nunavut Command of the Royal Canadian Legion
• Don McCumber – President
Veterans Affairs Canada
• Steven Harris – Assistant Deputy Minister, Service Delivery
• Lynne McCloskey – Acting Senior Director, Health Care Programs

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