Monsieur Parent, as I said, we were in Halifax and we had the privilege of meeting Dr. Heather MacKinnon. She provides support. She's a former medical officer who served in the regular and reserve forces.
Among her many concerns was the concern that modern-day veterans are not receiving the same level of care as their predecessors did, because those modern-day veterans have to navigate through the public health care system that is provincially provided. In fact, when those modern-day veterans need long-term care, it's denied in terms of veterans hospitals. They have to go to the public sector, which is very often inappropriate. There doesn't seem to be any really positive transitional services, according to Dr. MacKinnon.
Should there be medical transitional services set up across the country so that both regular and reserve forces can make a better transition? Should modern-day vets have access to veterans hospitals?