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On the front lines in the fight against breast cancer

The Report: October 2003 vol.24 num.5

by YUKIE KURAHASHI

lex Finley figures she has been x-rayed “about five million times.” Finley became familiar with x-rays and radiography early in life, when she was diagnosed with scoliosis.

Shortages in idyllic setting make for a hectic pace

The Report: October 2003 vol.24 num.5

by DAN KEETON

ts a bucolic setting and so remote: by the urban standards of most Canadians, it would seem working a shift in Queen Charlotte Islands Hospital would be a cakewalk.

Working to protect services in a smaller community

The Report: August 2003 vol.24 num.4

by DAN KEETON

n Joan Magee’s case, working part time doesn’t mean spending more time on the couch. “It frees me up to do other things during the week,” said the lab technologist and HSA’s chief steward at Cariboo Regional Hospital.

EDO / ATOs and 7.2 hour workdays

The Report: August 2003 vol.24 num.4

by BRUCE WILKINS

I have heard that our rights around the 7.5 hour day have changed. Have they changed, and what does it mean for me?