The Veterans Independence Program (VIP) is being revamped.
What does VIP stand for?
VIP stands for Veterans Independence Program (Canada)
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- Military and Government
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We have 640 other meanings of VIP in our Acronym Attic
- Very Important Prospect
- Very Impossible Person
- Very Impressive Person
- Very Incompetent President
- Very Informed Peers
- Very Inspirational Person
- Very Intelligent Person
- Very Interesting Person
- Very Into Pizza (Pizza Hut)
- Very Irritating Person
Samples in periodicals archive:
The department will apparently direct most of the savings to "streamlining" the Veterans Independence Program.
Benefits under the Veterans Independence Program do not discriminate based on the age at which the marriage was entered.
In his letter Harper wrote: "A Conservative government would immediately extend the Veterans Independence Program services to the widows of all Second World War and Korean War veterans, regardless of when they passed away or how long they had been receiving the benefit prior to passing away.
Remember that when a Veterans Independence Program (VIP) recipient dies, the primary care-giver MAY receive a continuance of benefits.
We also intend to explore how we can build on the success of the Veterans Independence Program [VAC's national home and community care program].
It is unclear at this time whether or not the "new veterans" will be entitled to the full range of programs such as the War Veterans Allowance and the Veterans Independence Program.