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Making up lost ground

June 1, 2003
The Report: June / July 2003 vol.24 num.3 by JEANNE MEYERS

Facing the challenges of a changing system

June 1, 2003
The Report: June / July 2003 vol.24 num.3 by JENNY ROBERTSON hange has become an old friend in Region 4, and probably also in yours, ever since the federal Liberals first slashed provincial transfer payments.

When are union stewards entitled to pay?

June 1, 2003
The Report: June / July 2003 vol.24 num.3 by RITU MAHIL Are union stewards entitled to their full regular salary when they perform steward duties during work time? 

An advocate on and off the job

June 1, 2003
The Report: June / July 2003 vol.24 num.3 by DAN KEETON

HSA kicks off annual convention April 11

April 10, 2003
The Health Sciences Association of BC (HSA) will kick off its 32nd annual convention Friday, April 11 at the Hilton Metrotown Hotel in Burnaby. HSA represents health science professionals providing diagnostic, rehabilitation and clinical services in the health care system. HSA also represents workers in community social services and community health care. More than 200 delegates will participate in the two-day convention, which will focus on protecting services and jobs in communities around the province.

HSA activists working to make a difference all over BC

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by LEILA LOLUA and JANICE DAVIS

BC continues to suffer under relentless job and service cuts

April 1, 2003
The Report: April / May 2003 vol.24 num.2 by PAM BUSH

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.