CBCNews will carry the ombudsman's news conference at 10 a.m. ET.
Guy Parent's office did a detailed actuarial analysis that found, according to media reports, that some of the most disabled veterans could live out their old age in near-poverty under the new charter.
In anticipation of Tuesday's report release, Veterans Affairs Minister Julian Fantino, announced the federal government will review the charter. It was a clear about-face as the government had said the legislation would not be looked at again until 2016.
The new veterans charter was unanimously implemented by Parliament in 2006. It has been a lightning rod for ex-soldiers, who have seen the decades-old pension for life system replaced with a workers' compensation-style approach of lump-sum awards and allowances.