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Michel Drapeau Law Office

Michel Drapeau Law Office provides a wide range of services focused on federal law with emphasis on Military Law, Freedom of Information (access) and Privacy Law, Wills and Estates Law and Human Rights Law.

Le cabinet juridique Michel Drapeau propose une vaste gamme de services et se spécialise en droit fédéral canadien, notamment les droits militaire, la sécurité publique, ainsi que les droits de la personne, incluant les questions visant le harcèlement et les pratiques discriminatoires ainsi qu'en accès à l'information, le droit à la vie privée.

Press Releases

Mar. 2, 2012 The Canadian Veterans Advocacy supports Opposition Day Motion to Exclude Veterans Affairs Canada from the Strategic Review Budget Cuts in the upcoming Federal Budget
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario, March 2, 2012 – The Canadian Veterans Advocacy will be in Ottawa on Monday, March 5, and Tuesday, March 6, 2012, in the Public Gallery of the House of Commons in a show of support for the Opposition Day Motion to exempt the Department of Veterans Affairs from strategic review cuts that will be presented by MP Peter Stoffer and the NDP. Read more.

Mar. 1, 2012 The Canadian Veterans Advocacy implores the Harper Government to exempt Veterans Affairs Canada’s budget before the Federal Budget release on March 29, 2012
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario, March 1, 2012 – Many of Canada’s veterans’ stakeholders, including the Canadian Veterans Advocacy, have requested the Harper Government to exclude Veterans Affairs Canada (VAC) from looming budget cuts. Read more.

Dec. 8, 2011 The Canadian Veterans Advocacy stands with the Union of Veterans Affairs Employees in demanding Veterans Affairs Canada be exempt from pending budget cuts
NIAGARA FALLS, Ontario, December 8, 2011 – In response to the press conference held by the Union of Veterans Affairs Employees in Victoria BC yesterday, December 7, the Canadian Veterans Advocacy fully supports their demand that Veterans Affairs Canada be exempt from the Harper government's proposed budget cuts in the upcoming federal budget. Read more.

Nov. 3, 2011 Canadian Veterans at the Crossroads
OTTAWA, Ontario, November 3, 2011 – This Remembrance Day, as Canadians prepare to honour the 93rd anniversary of the end of the First World War, it is important to remember that modern-day military members and veterans are at an historic crossroad; these brave men and women who pledged their lives in the service of Canada cross the divide between the soldiers and veterans of yesteryear and those of tomorrow. Read more.