Friday, January 29, 2010


Federal veterans ombudsman listening to concerns about Agent Orange

FREDERICTON The issue of a wider compensation package for those affected by the spraying of Agent Orange at Canadian Forces Base Gagetown in the 1960s may not be dead.
National veterans ombudsman Patrick Stogran, a retired colonel, said his office is listening to people who have concerns.
“We’re also accumulating evidence with the assistance of veterans who have been doing the research,” Stogran said.

1 comment:

  1. The dates and locations of each cross-country public consultation process meeting is located here. You will have to ask his office for the exact time.

    Anyone who has had a medical problem which he believes was related to CFB Gagetown should get together with others in you location of write up a presentation of your own and let the Ombudsman's office that you wish to attend and present your case or findings.

    Cpl. Kenneth H. Young CD (ret)