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TELUS Tour for the Cure arrives in Abbotsford

HSA members are invited to attend the official opening for the TELUS Tour for the Cure in Abbotsford on Thursday, September 7th at 12:30 p.m. at the Sevenoaks Shopping Centre.

The TELUS Tour for the Cure is an informative and interactive exhibit that will travel to communities across British Columbia over the next eight months to promote the value and importance of breast health and mammography screening.  The Tour is part of a campaign by the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to help women detect smaller tumors earlier.

Three cheers for the labour movement

By James Clancy, President

 

There is a point during the Canadian summer when one starts to think of the fall. It's mid-August and the garden has just peaked. Kids are complaining that they are bored. You can hear the crickets at night. It's a classic Canadian summer.

 

TELUS Tour for the Cure arrives in Chilliwack

HSA members are invited to attend the official opening for the TELUS Tour for the Cure in Chilliwack on Friday, September 1st at 11 a.m. at the Chilliwack Mall.

The TELUS Tour for the Cure is an informative and interactive exhibit that will travel to communities across British Columbia over the next eight months to promote the value and importance of breast health and mammography screening.  The Tour is part of a campaign by the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to help women detect smaller tumors earlier.

Survivors' Parade of Hope to launch Run for the Cure September 9

You're invited to join the second annual province wide kick-off event for the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation CIBC Run for the Cure

The Survivors' Parade of Hope will be held in seven cities across B.C. on September 9, 2006. The Survivors' Parade of Hope unites breast cancer survivors from around the province's communities on the same day -- demonstrating that there is hope for those newly diagnosed with the disease and that a future without breast cancer can be achieved.

Challenges Labour Minister to deal with inequality facing working families

The B.C. Federation of Labour has challenged Olga Illich, the newly-appointed Minister of Labour, to deal with the growing inequality facing working families says President Jim Sinclair.

"Employment standards are the lowest in Canada and too many people are dying or are injured on the job," said Sinclair. "The new Minister has her work cut out for her. This government didn't need a new Labour Minister, it needs new policies to deal with the really difficult situation facing thousands of working people."

Make your HSA team the best it can be!

Fall 2006 Steward Training Level 1

Stewards play a vital role in the union. Particularly important is the stewards role in contract interpretation, organizing and the grievance procedure. In recognition of the need for educating new stewards in these areas, HSA is offering a 3-day Steward Training ... Level 1 workshop at the HSA office this fall:

TELUS Tour for the Cure arrives in Nelson

HSA members are invited to attend the official opening for the TELUS Tour for the Cure in Nelson on Thursday, August 16th at 11 a.m. at Chahko Mika Mall.

The TELUS Tour for the Cure is an informative and interactive exhibit that will travel to communities across British Columbia over the next eight months to promote the value and importance of breast health and mammography screening.  The Tour is part of a campaign by the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to help women detect smaller tumors earlier.

TELUS Tour for the Cure arrives in Trail

HSA members are invited to attend the official opening for the TELUS Tour for the Cure in Trail on Thursday, August 10th at 11 a.m. at Waneta Plaza.

The TELUS Tour for the Cure is an informative and interactive exhibit that will travel to communities across British Columbia over the next eight months to promote the value and importance of breast health and mammography screening. The Tour is part of a campaign by the Canadian Breast Cancer Foundation to help women detect smaller tumors earlier.