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End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 53

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 53
Date: 
1992-05-20
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
You can have more money in the bank and still get welfare; $$Walk on the Rich$$; Letter; We need higher minimum wage NOW!!; Report from the Fraser Valley; Having problems with the Family Maintenance Enforcement Act?; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare; corporations; tax; child poverty; minimum wage; legal assistance; women; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 54

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 54
Date: 
1992-06
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Minimum wage should be 9.05 an hour; New poverty lines are out; Lost your ID and need to cash your cheque?; Ministry takes three year limit off education; Law students will hold summer legal clinics; B.C. Hydro unfair; UIC Blues; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
minimum wage; poverty; tenant rights; education; welfare; disability; single parents; legal assistance; BC Hydro; unemployment insurance; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 55

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 55
Date: 
1992-07
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Student loans being taken off tax credits; Women on welfare to have choice on maintenance; Information and Guidelines on tenant rights and strategies by; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
loans; tax credit; women; welfare; family; tenant rights; legal assistance; charity

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 43

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 43
Date: 
1991-07-24
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
The five biggest tax loopholes; Welfare list says "no" to medical equipment and supplies; The two bums; Do you have medical coverage?; Is welfare still forcing single parents to look for work?; Need to find a place to rent?; Tent City going up in Toronto; You can't vote Unless you've received this card; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
tax credit; inequity; health care; medical benefits; welfare; single parents; employment; housing; welfare assistance; legal assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 44

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 44
Date: 
1991-08-21
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Voter card is free I.D.; GST tax credit is not a gift; ELP writes to politicians about poverty; Can you leave town if you
Keywords: 
voting; GST; tax credit; low-income; elections-provincial; minimum wage; welfare rates; employment; school; food; welfare rights; worker's rights; loans; legal assistance; anti-poverty; homelessness; Free Trade; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 46

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 46
Date: 
1991-11-07
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
ELP expects new government to end forced employment of single parents; How much money can you have and still get GAIN?; ELP more helpful about school food programs; Charity is a Band-Aid not a Solution; End Legislated Poverty; Free law classes; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
single parents; welfare; employment; provincial government; GAIN; school; food; child poverty; charity; legal assistance; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 45

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 45 (misprinted as 48)
Date: 
1991-09-18
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Person with real credentials writes book on homelessness; Post Office Union works to prevent poverty; Public Service Alliance working against poverty; Do you want to help end the strikes?; Where do Socreds and NDP stand on poverty?; Free Law Classes; Registering to vote after the election is called; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
homelessness; workers strike; unions; privatization; federal government; poverty; public workers; poverty; provincial government; elections-provincial; legal assistance; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 47

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 47
Date: 
1991-12
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Minimum wage goes to $5.50 an hour on Feb. 1st; Committee will review family and children's services; Family problems? Where to get legal help; The constitution: what does it mean for poor people?; Advocate wins money for winter clothes; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
minimum wage; Family and Children's Services Act; legal assistance; Constitution; family services; welfare; appeal; welfare assistance; legal assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 48

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 48
Date: 
1992-01
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
We Won!!; Heroic Women; NDP government to fund food for 100 schools; NDP raises welfare rates -- but not much; Free law classes; Don't forget to get your tax refunds; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare; employment; single parents; school; food; women; low-income; welfare rates; poverty; legal assistance; tax credit; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 49

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 49
Date: 
1992-02
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Better income for better lives; Free legal advice for women; Better Incomes for Better Lives; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare rates; minimum wage; legal assistance; women; housing; tenants rights; welfare assistance

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