|What role does HKVCA play in assisting the Hong Kong veterans in achieving restitution for their treatment in World War II and post-war?||As indicated in our mission and
goals, HKVCA advocates on behalf of the Hong Kong veterans
and widows to ensure they have access to all services provided
by Veterans Affairs Canada. As HKVCA has charitable status, we
cannot endanger that status by making political statements on
behalf of our veterans. It should be noted that the Government
of Canada paid an extraordinary benefit to Hong Kong veterans in
1998. Read more
by visiting the
Affairs Canada site. Once there, select the Search tool and
enter the search terms "hong kong veterans payment".
It should also be noted that these veterans never held their assignment against the Canadian government nor did they ever seek any type of apology for it.
|How many Hong Kong veterans are still living?||See the membership table below and look at the "V" column.|
|I'm looking for information on a specific 'C' Force member. What's the best way to look it up?||
|How do I find the location of the Memorial Wall and is there parking?||
|I would like to join HKVCA - how do I do this?||Please visit our Contacts and Membership page|
|How many people are members of HKVCA?||
Up to date as of March 5, 2019
* No December or March update
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|I cannot access some of the sub sites such as the Gallery and the Teachers' Zone||
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|When I print the pages, the links on the left are missing, as is the information at the bottom||These parts of the page are not required when the page is printed, and so are suppressed. The advantage of this is that each page can hold more information. Our small effort for the environment.|
|I've found a broken link. Can you fix it?||Please let us know about all broken links, as we take pride in keeping our site up to date. Unfortunately, external links are not under our control, but we do our best to monitor them and adjust our content when an external link is found to be broken.|
|I have information on a member of 'C' Force. How do I send it?||If it's an image, it will need to be scanned, and then attached to an email. Documents can also be scanned, but if they are already in digital format, just attach the document files to an email. Send the email to the contact link which you'll find at the top-left of most of our pages. If you're not sure of the processes we've just described, feel free to contact us and we'll walk you through the steps.|