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Soon the veterans of Canada's Armed Forces will once again gather at public squares and cenotaphs to mark Remembrance Day.

But not all of them will go home when the ceremonies are over.

Many of them don't have a home.

The CBC's Shaina Luck brings us a documentary about how some former veterans are trying to help their brothers-in-arms.

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Jim Lowther, president of V.E.T.S. Canada. Photo: CBC News


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Jim Lowther speaking with a homeless veteran. Photo: CBC News

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