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HSA holds information meetings in Richmond, North Vancouver and Vancouver, January 18 - 20 on single seniority list for Vancouver Coastal Health Authority

January 7, 2005
BL10019 Information meetings for HSA members about discussions between the Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association and the Vancouver Coastal Health Authority on a single seniority list have been scheduled as follows:

HSA donates $10,000 for tsunami relief; $5,000 to British Columbia food banks

January 6, 2005
The Health Sciences Association of BC has donated $10,000 to Oxfam Canada's Tsunami Relief Fund to assist with relief efforts in the aftermath of the devastating tsunami that hit Southeast Asia on Boxing Day. The donation brings the total contribution of National Union of Public and General Employees (NUPGE)-affiliated unions across Canada to date to almost $150,000.

HSA, Vancouver Coastal discussions underway for single seniority list

January 6, 2005
BL10017 The Vancouver Coastal Health Authority and Paramedical Professional Bargaining Association have begun discussions aimed at achieving a single seniority list for all employees in the health authority, which would come into effect in early 2006.

Pension plans worth thinking and knowing about

January 1, 2005
The Report: January / February 2005 vol.26 num.1 by CINDY STEWART

Statutory holidays

January 1, 2005
The Report: January / February 2005 vol.26 num.1 by RITU MAHIL

Advocating with pride and professionalism

January 1, 2005
The Report: January / February 2005 vol.26 num.1 by LAURA BUSHEIKIN

HSA members going the distance

December 1, 2004
The Report: December 2004 vol.25 num.6 by CINDY STEWART

Ensuring a safe workplace

December 1, 2004
The Report: December 2004 vol.25 num.6 What obligation is there on my employer to maintain a safe workplace?

Caring for a living, with a big heart

December 1, 2004
The Report: December 2004 vol.25 num.6 by LAURA BUSHEIKIN

Fighting breast cancer with help from skilled colleagues

December 1, 2004
The Report: December 2004 vol.25 num.6 by LAURA BUSHEIKIN verything has been great ... Ive been lucky," says laboratory technologist Katie Fulop. It may come as a surprise to know that with these upbeat words she is describing her experience with breast cancer.