No, they're not set aside. Maybe I'll just explain.
When somebody makes an application for a disability award or a disability pension, for example, those who are successful with the first application are in the 73% to 74% range.
After that, once the person is notified that they have not been successful in obtaining the benefit, or the benefit to the extent they would like, they have a right to go to the Bureau of Pensions Advocates. Or they can have someone, such as a Royal Canadian Legion services officer, work with them.
If they have information that would change the decision, rather than having them go to the Veterans Review and Appeal Board, they can ask the department for a review. We actually do several thousand of those each year. When, in fact, there is new information, it can be done in a very easy fashion.