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Welfare Cuts Just as Devastating to People Outside the Downtown Eastside

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
20
Summary: 
A visit to Vernon convinces Jean Swanson that welfare cuts are hurting more than just the Downtown Eastside residents.
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Welfare Recipients; Vernon

Do You Know

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Poem
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
21
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Summary: 
A mother's worry for her children.

Humanities 101 Community Program

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Announcement
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
16
Summary: 
The Humanities 101 office is offering a number of free courses to help with life in the downtown eastside.
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Keywords: 
Downtown Eastside

Apples and Oranges

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
17
Summary: 
The difference between crack and opiates is like apples and oranges. A life addicted to opiates can still leave one functioning reasonably well while crack destroys your mind.
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Drug Abuse

Dear Mr. Mayor-Elect Sullivan

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Letter
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
17
Summary: 
The city's policy of forcing large amounts of people into the Insite safe injection facility by arresting all those who use drugs outside of it is hampering the site's ability to function.
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Keywords: 
Drub Abuse - Prevention; Downtown Eastside

An Old-Time Miner Speaks

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
11
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Summary: 
Hank Simms tells the story of how, at age 86, he didn't feel too old to work, but he found Canada too cold.

School Holiday

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
12
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Summary: 
Hal let's everyone know how his classes are going and gives a short overview of the ones he has taken.

Carnegie Community Action Project

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Article
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
13
Summary: 
The welfare rates are nowhere near enough to fight the rising poverty in the city so the community must call on the government to raise the rates and help the needy.
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Keywords: 
Welfare Recipients; Downtown Eastside

Dear Friends

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Letter
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
10
Summary: 
A letter from Ellen Woodsworth saying goodbye after her last day in Vancouver City Council Chambers.
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Keywords: 
Politicians; City Hall

Dear Inspectors Rolls and Petit

Publication type (Carnegie): 
Carnegie Newsletter: Letter
Issue Title (Carnegie): 
A Harvest of Inhumanity
Date: 
2005-12-15
Pages: 
10
Summary: 
A letter to the inspectors who are encouraging addicts, through arrests, to use the Insite safe injection facility.
Collections: 
Keywords: 
Drug Abuse; Downtown Eastside

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