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Have physio skills and caring heart, will travel

April 1, 2004
The Report: April / May 2004 vol.25 num.2 by CAROLE PEARSON t’s a great profession,” says physiotherapist Amanda Bartlett about her job. “You get to work with so many wonderful people as your patients and you can see first hand the magnitude of the effect you can have on their lives.”

Supporting HSA members in making a difference

April 1, 2004
The Report: April / May 2004 vol.25 num.2

Reaching out: solidarity work inspires hope

April 1, 2004
The Report: April / May 2004 vol.25 num.2 by BUD GODDERIS

RPNs: intensely focused, caring with pride

April 1, 2004
The Report: April / May 2004 vol.25 num.2 hat are your key concerns about working conditions? What role does the union play in your workplace? What challenges do you encounter to provide the standards of care that are consistent with good nursing practice?

Community health services & support: new collective agreement

April 1, 2004
The Report: April / May 2004 vol.25 num.2

Community social services: members begin ratification process

April 1, 2004
The Report: April / May 2004 vol.25 num.2 embers of the Union Bargaining Association representing community social services workers are scheduled to complete ratification votes on a tentative collective agreement by April 19.

Bargaining Update #5: Parties discuss non-monetary issues

March 26, 2004
PARAMEDICAL PROFESSIONAL BARGAINING ASSOCIATIONBargaining Update #5PDF Version (Adobe Acrobat required) Unions' priorities include fair bumping and job posting processes

Councillors unanimously endorse resolutioncalling on Campbell Liberals to restore andmaintain funding for community social services

March 23, 2004
Burnaby council denounces Liberal cuts to programs and services for vulnerable peopleBurnaby City Council unanimously passed a resolution last night denouncing cuts to programs and services for vulnerable people and calling on the Campbell Liberals to halt plans to cut another $70 million in funding on top of the $100 million the government has already cut to date. The resolution also calls on the government to restore funding for community social services to pre-2001 levels.