“They have listened to Canada’s disabled veterans, and
clearly they wanted to do the right thing.”

— Dennis Manuge
May 29th, 2012
Lead Plaintiff, SISIP LTD Class Action

Appeal Process / Le processus d’arbitrage

The settlement agreement provides for an independent adjudication process to resolve disputes. Read more here.

Le règlement dans cette cause stipule qu’un processus d’arbitrage indépendant a été établi pour résoudre les différends. Cliquez ici.

Court Decision

On April 15, 2013 Justice Barnes issued his final court orders, which can be reviewed here.

On April 4, 2013 Justice Barnes issued his decision on the proposed resolution. Justice Barnes' decision can be reviewed here.

Le 4 avril dernier, l’honorable juge Barnes a rendu sa décision sur le règlement proposé. Vous pouvez lire la décision ici.

The Issue

Leave No Vet Behind was a mass movement supporting veterans wrongly affected by the SISIP clawback. In 2012, the Federal Court ruled that for decades the Government of Canada had been unlawfully reducing disabled Canadian Forces veterans’ SISIP long term disability benefits by the amount of their disability pension.

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