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Found 57 record(s)

Req # A-2017-00132

All reports on wait times to access psychological and psychiatric assessment and treatment. Limit to records produced in calendar year 2017.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

16 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00155

Information from the National Wait Time Portal on percentage of time that OSI clinics respect established wait time standards for assessment and treatment. Limit to records produced between Jan. 1, 2016 to Dec. 18, 2017.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

16 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00168

Requested in Microsoft Excel format: 1. Since the inception of the New Veterans Charter, total sum of all Disability Awards to all CF Veterans in dollars and cents. NOTE Remaining questions pertain to the 453 Canadian Soldiers who served in Rwanda in 1994, that have since approached VAC. Of that group of soldiers with injuries attributed to the Rwanda SDA in 1994: 2. Provide a table arranged according to a comprehensive list of MEDICAL CONDITIONS. a. Indicate Total Claims Received; b. Indicate Total Claims Awarded. 3. Provide a table arranged according to the following DATES-(1995-1999)-(2000-2004)-(2005-2009)-(2010-2014)-(2014-Current). a. Indicate Total Number of Claims Received under the Pension Act; b. Indicate Total Number of Claims Awarded under the Pension Act; c. Indicate Total Number of Claims Received under the New Veterans Charter; d. Indicate Total Number of Claims Awarded under the New Veterans Charter in the following Disability Award Sub-Categories: (i) $1- $30000 (ii) $31001-$60000 (iii) $61001-$90000 (iv) $91001-$120000 (v) $120001-$150000 (vi) $150001-$180000 (vii) $180001-$210000 (vi) More than $210,001. 4. Provide a List of all Claimed Medical Conditions and the total number of claimants associated with each. 5. Provide a List of all Awarded Medical Conditions and the total number of claimants associated with each. 6. Provide the Sums of all Disability Awards under the New Veterans Charter, arranged by TYPE.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

8 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00169

I would like an electronic copy of the entire Veterans Affairs 4.0 Manual documents that are listed on the table of contents on the website. The website to the manual does not provide access to links. www.veterans.gc.ca/eng/about-us/organization/access-to-information-privacy/info-source/4-0.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

1507 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00170

Obtain any reports, studies, memoranda, emails, analyses, research, initiatives, briefing documents, surveys, or any other document relating to employee morale at Veterans Affairs Canada starting January 1, 2017.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

213 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00171

In 2012-2013, VAC had two medicinal marijuana clients who were consuming $24,000 worth of marijuana per year at government expense. Please release under ATIP an anonymized breakdown of how much marijuana was reimbursed to the Veteran on a monthly and yearly basis (2012/2013), and the average cost per gram reimbursed by VAC.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00172

Follow-up Question: Can this be limited to benefit code 344023 but including models of vaporizers and claimed amounts if possible. Veterans Affairs Canada was recently reported to fund the acquisitions of marijuana vaporizers for its VAC clients who use medicinal marijuana at a rate of up to $300 per device. Please release in a table format the amount spent on vaporizers by VAC from the inception of the program in 2008 until today. Please include the total number of vaporizers procured each year. If the money comes out a larger fund for marijuana paraphernalia (distinct from actual marijuana purchases) please release the year over year statistics related to that program as well, as well as any subcategories of specific paraphenalia. i.e. 'vaporizers'; 'buttermakers'; 'bongs' et cetera. To the best of your ability please include the numbers of specific items purchased as well.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

1 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00174

According to an online newspaper report from last year, Veterans Affairs released a previous ATI about how began a review of its medical marijuana reimbursement policy in March 2016 following an Auditor General’s report that was completed in April 2016. The review reportedly found that retired soldiers were authorized for ten times the amount authorized for other patients. At least seven in ten Veterans were being reimbursed for amounts greater than the new three-gram limit, according to the documents. Please release the previous ATI, in electronic form at your first opportunity.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

92 page(s)
March 2018

Req # AI-2017-00040

I would like to request the current VAC 411 phone book.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

386 page(s)
March 2018

Req # A-2017-00175

According to previously released ATI materials, one unnamed physician was responsible for 29 per cent of VAC medical marijuana authorizations in 2014-15 and four physicians were responsible for 53 per cent of the authorizations the following year. Please release under ATIP copies of the department's correspondence with A) the physicians in question B) Any marijuana provider employing or otherwise affiliated with the physicians in question C) Any provincial college of physicians regulating said physicians.

Organization: Veterans Affairs Canada

0 page(s)
March 2018