Mr. Speaker, in 2011, Justin Stark, after completing a seven-month tour in Afghanistan, committed suicide in his Hamilton barracks.
In the years since, his grieving mother sat through endless tribunals while the military debated whether or not her son's death was work related.
Mrs. Stark has just received an envelope from the military. In it was a cheque made out to her son for one cent.
One cent; after all this mother has gone through, this is inexcusable.
What will be done by the minister to ensure that this never happens to another grieving mother again?