Health and well-being of Canadian armed forces veterans :: V32-252/2014E-PDF
findings from the 2013 Life After Service Survey - executive summary
|Department/Agency||Veterans Affairs Canada.|
|Title||Health and well-being of Canadian armed forces veterans :|
|Subtitle||findings from the 2013 Life After Service Survey - executive summary|
|Other Language Editions||[French]|
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|Note||"The first comprehensive survey of the health and well-being of Canadian Armed Forces (CAF) Veterans1 was the 2010 Survey on Transition to Civilian Life (STCL 2010)... The 2013 program extended the 2010 studies by including Primary Reserve Force Veterans for the first time, and by including Regular Force Veterans who had released in 1998-2012. Two studies were conducted, as in 2010: the 2013 income study and the Life After Service Survey (LASS 2013). This report gives findings from the survey."--Page 2, Introduction.|
|Date||03 July 2014.|
|Number of Pages||9p.|
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