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National Day of Action for for First Nations

Join the National Day of Action June 29, 2007 in a march and rally.

March: 11 a.m. - Vanier Park to Library Square (begin assembling at 9:30 a.m. at the Coast Guard station by the Burrard Street Bridge.)

Rally: 12 noon at Library Square (300 West Georgia)

Elders, families and drivers are encouraged to follow the march as a caravan of vehicles. Paid parking is available in and around Libary Square.

Private diagnostic services clinic staff in Lower Mainland and Victoria join HSA

Health Sciences Association of B.C. is pleased to welcome new members, employees of CML HeatlhCare, to the union of caring professionals.

HSA has represented staff at CML HealthCare, a private company that provides medical diagnostic imaging services to the public, in Victoria since 2003.  Employees at four additional CML HealthCare clinics in Victoria and the Lower Mainland voted to join the union early this year, but the results of the vote were not known until yesterday.

Security and Prosperity Partnership (based on NAFTA Model) - Setting Stage for North American Union

Harmonization of Canada and Mexico with USA monetarily, militarily, and in other areas of administration including health care and labour standards.

Are you ready for it?  Is this what you want?

Why is the Harper Government keeping quiet about SPP (Security and Prosperity Partnership Agreement), a process of deeper integration with the USA, which is quietly going ahead while you sleep?

Jack Layton has demanded debate on this Agreement since February (and been refused).

Service tomorrow for HSA activist Colya Kaminiarz

HSA members are welcome to a service Wednesday, June 20 to remember HSA activist Colya Kaminiarz.

    Wednesday, June 20th, 2007  from 2:45 to 4:15 p.m. at  Vancouver General Hospital, Jim Pattison Pavilion 1st floor, Paetzold Meeting Rooms 1 and 2, 855 West 12th Avenue, Vancouver

    Supreme Court says BC Liberals violated Charter of Rights - Court rules in favour of health care workers, throws out sections of Bill 29

    The Supreme Court of Canada issued a landmark decision today, declaring sections of Bill 29 unconstitutional.

    The Supreme Court ruled that sections of the Bill amounted to -substantial interference with the unions ability to engage in collective bargaining." In the ruling, the Court throws out sections of Bill 29 and gives the provincial government 12 months to rectify the violations.

    HSA President Reid Johnson says the decision is a clear win for health workers across British Columbia.