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Bumping rights after Bill 29

The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2

by JEANNE MEYERS

How does Bill 29 affect my rights to “bump” when faced with a lay-off?

 

Three cheers for Chilliwack!

The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2

by AUDREY MacMILLAN

lmost a year has passed since the Liberal government was elected, and already the signs are clear that British Columbians are taking a second look.

Do public demonstrations make a difference?

The Report: April / May 2002 vol.23 num.2

by DR. MARK LEIER

f protests, rallies, petitions, and strikes didn’t work, we would all still be working 10 hours a day, six days a week. There would be no holidays, no EI, no healthcare, and women wouldn’t have the vote. These, and much more, were won using those same tools.

Music therapy: for heart and mind

The Report: January / February 2002 vol.23 num.1

by YUKIE KURAHASHI

Wendy Watts was well on her way to becoming a concert pianist when she changed her mind. -I was training for a degree in music, but I had always wanted to be either a counsellor or social worker," she said. -So I thought music therapy was a good combination: using my music to help people."

BC Labour's initiative: the Working Opportunity Fund

The Report: January / February 2002 vol.23 num.1

by MAUREEN WHELAN

Each year around this time, The Report features an advertisement for the Working Opportunity Fund (WOF) as members gear up to invest in their RRSPs. Some of you may wonder what’s the connection between HSA and WOF.