Documentary – Homecoming: The Casualties of War – Explores How Canada’s Soldiers Are Treated

by 1389 on May 27, 2013

in 1389 (blog admin), Canada, military

Ottawa Citizen has the story:

On June 2nd, CPAC will be airing a documentary into what it calls the Afghan war’s secondary and often overlooked battlefield – the home front. Hosted by Esprit de Corps’ Magazine’s Scott Taylor, Homecoming: The Casualties of War offers what the television station describes as an in-depth examination of the emotional and psychological suffering of Canada’s soldiers returning from the war in Afghanistan and families of the fallen. It features interviews with General Walter Natynczyk, Senator Romeo Dallaire and a number of veterans who fought in Afghanistan. The hour-long documentary explores post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), survivor’s guilt, anxiety and other illnesses that continue to plague soldiers after the military battle ends.

CPAC Special
Homecoming: The Casualties of War

Sunday, June 2nd
9 pm ET / 6 pm PT

For complete details on this and other CPAC programming visit

About CPAC

CPAC is Canada’s only privately-owned, commercial free, not for profit, bilingual licensed television service. Created in 1992 by a consortium of cable companies to preserve an independent editorial voice for Canada’s democratic process, CPAC provides a window on parliamentary, political and public affairs in Canada and the world.

Scott Taylor previews Homecoming: The Casualties of War

Published on May 24, 2013 by cpac

Homecoming: The Casualties of War premieres Sunday, June 2 at 9pm ET / 6pm PT on CPAC.

Back for another in-depth examination of Canada’s military, Esprit De Corps publisher Scott Taylor examines the state of veterans’ mental health. The hour-long documentary explores the impact of Afghanistan on the families of the fallen, those who suffered physical and mental wounds, and the public and private support put in place to assist them.

Watch as Scott Taylor joins CPAC’s Andrew Thomson at Ottawa’s Peacekeeping Monument to discuss the making of Homecoming and what viewers can expect.

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