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BC Liberals attack workers' health and safety: OH&S Regulation under siege

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by CAROL RIVIERE and YUKIE KURAHASHI

BC Liberals cut workers' compensation and services

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by SARAH O'LEARY

Members urged to register by government deadline

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by DAN KEETON hanges to the province’s Pharmacare plan are certain to drive up drug costs for middle income earners. And that situation could worsen for those who have not registered with the plan by May 1.

Unpaid overtime hurts in the long run

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by RON OHMART ou can’t get something for nothing. It’s a common cliché. We’ve all heard it. Most of us have said it. But in the caring professions, there are few who live it.

Politicians need to hear from health providers

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by CHERYL GREENHALGH

Reporting to a different discipline

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by KATHY McLENNAN

Recreation therapist helps invigorate

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by PAUL DAYSON

Nurturing patients and students in a fast-paced profession

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by NADENE REHNBY ts hard to keep pace with Colya Kaminiarz. As a respiratory therapist and clinical instructor at BCs largest hospital, Kaminiarz is always on the move.

CoDevelopment Canada: HSA's help crucial in improving lives

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 The Committee for Equality and Social Action (CESA) is responsible for a donation budget of $35,865 annually (approximately half a percent of dues revenue). The committee reviews many donation requests, and allocates donation funds to approved requests. This year, the committee reviewed and debated the merits of more than 50 requests before deciding on the final distribution of this years donation budget.

Unions urge ILO to send special mission to BC

March 27, 2003
Violations of workers' rights so flagrant, they warrant special attention from UN Agency Ottawa - The International Labour Organizations condemnation of the British Columbia Liberals is so sweeping that the United Nations body should visit the province and get a first hand look at how badly the province is violating UN standards, says Canadas second largest union and its BC components.