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End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 62

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 62
Date: 
1993-06
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Getting tired of welfare bashing?; An open letter to Joan Smallwood about welfare fraud; Help in the Downtown Eastside; Free Law Students' legal advice program; Single Parents: Your opinion on housing is wanted; How much welfare fraud is proven?; Get help with welfare problems with these groups
Keywords: 
welfare; discrimination; languages; legal assistance; single parents; housing; statistics; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 63

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 63
Date: 
1993-07
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
An election against the poor?; Should we have inheritance taxes?; How to write a letter of complaint to the police; Number of people on welfare is still growing; How much money do Old Age Pensioners get?; People with mental handicaps get a new advocate; Get help with welfare problems with these groups
Keywords: 
elections-federal; federal government; social programs; tax; inequity; police; welfare; statistics; pension; seniors; single parents; housing; disability; legal assistance; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 8 (Spanish)

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 8 (Spanish)
Date: 
1989-03-31
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
List with organizations that provide welfare advocacy in Vancouver; work visa; information about anti-poverty groups in Sasketchewan; number of employments lost in Canada; family credits for using community centres; tax return; list of Food Banks in Vancouver; tenants rights
Keywords: 
welfare advocacy; tenant rights; Food Banks; immigrants; employment

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 60

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 60
Date: 
1993-02
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
NDP increases welfare a teensy bit, and minimum wage by 50 cents; Free law classes; ELP committee needs YOU!!; Everything you wanted to know about crisis grants (but were afraid to ask); More and more people have to go on welfare; Need help getting your tax form filled out?; Get help with welfare problems from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare rates; minimum wage; legal assistance; anti-poverty; grants; welfare; statistics; welfare rights; tax; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 59

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 59
Date: 
1993-01
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Community volunteer program improved; Advocate list for people in Lower Mainland; NDP humanizes some more welfare regulations; Rich get tax windfall; Get your very own Tenant Survival Guide; What ELP is doing to try to fight poverty; Get help with welfare problems from these groups
Keywords: 
volunteer; employment; legal assistance; welfare; single parents; disability; federal government; tax; inequity; tenant rights; poverty; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 58

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 58
Date: 
1992-11
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Over 100,000 B.C. children now on welfare; Multinational drug dealing; Has the NDP made a difference to people on welfare? (The year in review); Changes coming to family benefits; Talk to a person; Get help with legal problems from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare; child poverty; statistics; health care; federal government; Bill C-22; Bill C-91; education; provincial government; unemployment; minimum wage; welfare rates; police; single parents; employment; school; food; family; appeal; volunteer; family benefits; inequity; unions; legal assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 57

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 57
Date: 
1992-10
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
ELP opens new office in Surrey; Single parents get choice on maintenance; Changes in WCB Act could help B.C. widows; NDP job and training changes will help people on welfare a bit; Everyone on GAIN should have a bus pass; Incentive allowance should be increased; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
single parents; family; welfare policy; pension; women; welfare; employment; public transit; disability; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 56

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 56
Date: 
1992-09
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
People on welfare deserve dignity and respect; Free Law Classes; Justice, not charity; Poor people speak out about charity; Christmas bonus goes up; Vancouver Park Board to have cheaper fees for low income people; These Vancouver schools have lunch programs; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare; welfare policy; legal assistance; charity; poverty; public park; GAIN; school; food; children; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 51

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 51
Date: 
1992-04
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Smallwood and Sihota get your letters!!; Going fishing?; What the BC budget did for poor people; Advocates want changes to welfare; Smallwood's response to FLAWs; Get involved in ELP's project on charities; Security deposits: What are your rights?; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare rates; minimum wage; welfare; disability; provincial government; tax; Front Line Advocates Workers (FLAWs); charity; tenant rights; welfare assistance; legal assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 52

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 52
Date: 
1992-04-29
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
ELP to walk on the rich; Free law classes; Unemployment Insurance tip; Tell ELP your story about health care; Security deposits; What are your rights?; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
corporations; tax; legal assistance; unemployment insurance; health care; tenant rights; welfare assistance

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