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End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 32

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 32
Date: 
1990-04-30
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Vote Yes For Kids on May 5th; Provincial Elections Coming Up; Don't Be Afraid to Appeal; Women Ask For Better Wages; Support the Squatters; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
school; education; voting; elections-provincial; appeal; GAIN Act; welfare; women; minimum wage; arts and culture; gentrification; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 33

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 33
Date: 
1990-06-05
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Carnegie Vote Helps Get $$ For Education; Crisis Grant Can Help You With Landlord Problems; Public Housing Tenants Meets; Childcare or Workfare?; More People Can Get Legal Aids; Guide for Single Mothers; No Respect for Person on Welfare; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
school; education; voting; landlord; tenant rights; public housing; welfare; single mothers; childcare; legal assistance; welfare rights; employment; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 34

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 34
Date: 
1990-07-03
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
More Hope For Food Program; End Legislated Poverty Meets with Harcourt; Rich Dine on Crab Claws, Send Leftovers to the Poor; What's in Store for Our Health Care System; Ask You(r) Worker for Condom Money; Welfare Can't Force Women to Babysit; Are You Being Forced to Take Job Training?; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
school; food; child poverty; poverty; donations; health care; privatization; condoms; AIDS; welfare rights; women; childcare; employment; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 35

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 35
Date: 
1990-08-01
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Welfare Rates Go Up a Paltry Amount; ELP Leaflets Les Miserables; Woman on Welfare Wins Back Maintenance Payment; School Start Up Funds Increase; An Open Letter to Single Parents on Welfare Who Want to Stay Home with Their Children; Schools Get $200,000 More for Food; Get Your Own Fighting Poverty Kit; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare rates; poverty; arts and culture; appeal; welfare rights; grants; single parent; employment; school; food; anti-poverty; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 36 (Special Election Issue)

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 36 (Special)
Date: 
1990-09-19
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Ontario Win Means Hope for Poor People; Action Speaks Louder Than Words; Why This Grandmother is Voting; Important Issues for Poor People; Which Riding Are You In?; Why the Hell Should I Vote?; Are You Registered to Vote
Keywords: 
elections-provincial; voting; welfare; minimum wage; employment; affordable housing; tax; environment; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 25

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 25
Date: 
1989-08-23
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Socreds Crack Down on "Employables"; Work and Training; Get welfare help from these groups; Twelve Schools Get Lunch Program; Will the City Close Your Suites?; Law Students Legal Advice Program
Keywords: 
welfare; employment; welfare rights; welfare assistance; school; food; child poverty; Child Poverty Action Committee; illegal suites; tenants rights; Tenants' Rights Coalition; legal assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 26

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 26 (misprinted as 25)
Date: 
1989-10-18
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Downtown Deposit Project; What is the Unemployment Rate Anyway?; Bishops Fight UI Cuts; GAIN For Handicapped How To Apply; Get Money for Clothes; A Poem by Sheila Baxter; You're the Boss -- Write to Your Member of Parliament; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
Downtown Eastside Residents' Association; welfare; service delivery; safety; unemployment; unemployment insurance; Bill C-21; disability; GAIN; solidarity; poverty; federal government; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 27

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 27
Date: 
1989-11-21
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Socreds Change Law to Stop Appeal Victories; Old Age Pension and Family Allowance Sneaky Cuts; Who Should Be Paying Taxes?; Postal Workers Need Help; The Socred Government Wants Your Canada Pension; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare policy; pension; seniors; family benefits; legal assistance; GST; privatization; solidarity; welfare rights; community theatre; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 8

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 28
Date: 
1989-12-20
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
How To Become "Unemployable"; Court Decision May Help More People Earn Minimum Wage; Using the Charter to Fight Poverty; Christmas Cartoons From Mexico; Justice Not Charity; The GST Will Wipe Out Jobs; Wanted: Artists and Performers; Send Your Cheque to the Bank; Project Literacy; Get help with welfare from these groups
Keywords: 
welfare; employment; health; minimum wage; disability; human rights; poverty; GST; unemployment; arts and culture; service delivery; safety; welfare assistance; literacy

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 29

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 29
Date: 
1990-01-17
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Columbia Residents Win!; Get Help with Welfare from these Groups; Governments Could Stop Housing Crisis; Get $100 From The Government; Vote Against the GST
Keywords: 
SROs; Vancouver; single room occupancy hotels; DTES; Downtown Eastside; tenants' rights; advocacy groups; welfare rights; welfare rates; housing; Tenants Rights Coalition; homelessness; rooming houses; tax credit; tax return; Brian Mulroney; GST

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