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The VTN’s mission is to make sure no Canadian Veteran is left suffering in isolation.

We deliver Transition Courses that focus on:


Setting concrete plans for achieving personally meaningful careers.


Reconnecting and building understanding with loved ones.


Understanding its effects and how to deal with Operational Stress.


Learning how to access available services.

Helping Our Vets Find Peace Since 1998

Whats New with Us

The Office of the Veterans Ombudsman is getting ready to launch a small qualitative research study to better understand the factors during the release process that facilitate a successful transition and integration into civilian life for medically-released CAF members.

They are looking for 15 to 20 Veterans who medically-released between 2006 and 2014, feel that they have successfully transitioned. and are willing to share their personal experiences.

To ensure valid research outcomes, they are looking for a wide sample of participants, including both male and female, Regular and Reserve Force members, and with varying years of service.

Participation in the study is completely voluntary and participants information will be kept confidential.

*The VTN team is not involved in this study.
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Thank you to the Courtney Legion Branch for committing $5,000 to the Legion Foundation's support of our transition programs! ... See MoreSee Less

This afternoon we donated $5,000 to the Veterans Transition Program from the Poppy Trust Fund. Presentation made by past president Dave Bell and Poppy Chair Kelly Kuzyk to Lindsay Wohlfahrt of Veteran...

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If you've been wondering why people on your facebook feed have been filming themselves doing pushups lately, check out the #22pushups campaign!

Started by 22kill.com, this social awareness campaign has been raising awareness about PTSD and suicides in our Veterans community. North of the border, Wounded Warriors Canada has been leading the way as the official Canadian partner for the 22 push-ups challenge, raising funds that make services like our #veteranstransitionprograms possible!

If you've been nominated and forgot about it, now's the time to get down and give 22 🙂
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Elevation Pictures has gifted our network with passes to a special advance Vancouver screening for the upcoming theatrical release of DENIAL, starring Rachel Weisz.

If you're in Vancouver and are interested in attending on October 3rd, send us a FB message by Friday the 30th!

Trailer: www.youtube.com/watch?v=m4QT5_4pNYs
DENIAL will be opening in select theatres October 7th
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