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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 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

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 14

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 14
Date: 
1988-07-20
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Get on City Voters' List; Mothers Try to Get $50 Back; Parents Have Rights; Camp Capilano; Spitting Nails; Call a Senator; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
voting; elections-municipal; welfare cuts; single mothers; child apprehension; parent rights; privatization; public park; welfare; welfare rights; disability; Free Trade; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 15

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 15
Date: 
1988-08-16
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
A Small Victory!!!!; Single Parents are Family Too; Beware
Keywords: 
school; child poverty; food; Vancouver School Board; Child Poverty Action Committee; single parents; welfare; GAIN; seniors; pension; legal assistance; elections-federal; elections-municipal; voting; medical benefits; grants; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 16

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 16
Date: 
1988-09-20
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
New Rules Mean Less Money, More Hassles; White Spot Workers on Strike; Maintenance Program Has Problems; No Fault of their Own; Rally For Food; Breakfast in Little Mountain; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare cuts; welfare policy; workers strike; minimum wage; poverty; corporation; community theatre; Family Maintenance Program; welfare; single mothers; children; welfare rights; legal assistance; immigrants; women; school; child poverty; food; federal government; provincial government; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 17

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 17
Date: 
1988-10-18
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Get that Doctor's Letter; Dear Ministry of Social Services and Housing; Fighting the $50 Cut; Federal Election: Voting Makes a Difference; City Election: Vote for Housing; Confused about Elections?; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare cuts; doctors; elections-municipal; voting; single parents; welfare; employment; legal assistance; elections-federal; Free Trade; housing need; affordable housing; public park; environment; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 18

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 18
Date: 
1988-11-16
Pages: 
4
Summary: 
Appeal the $50 Cutback; Your Vote Can Count For You; Funding a Food Program; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare cuts; appeal; elections-municipal; elections-federal; school; food; children; safety; Downtown Eastside; DERA; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 19

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 19
Date: 
1988-12-20
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
More Hungry Kids to Get Food; People on Welfare; Single Parents To Get $50 Back; This Letter May Help to Get Your $50 Back; Socreds Take More Money From Kids; A Canadian Mother; Get welfare help from these groups; Merry Christmas Happy New Year
Keywords: 
Vancouver City Council; school; food; child poverty; Child Poverty Action Committee; People on Welfare; welfare cuts; poverty; single parents; welfare policy; doctors; single mothers; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 20

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 20
Date: 
1989-01-18
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Bus Service: Complain to the Government; Disabled Coalition has New Advocates; Try For a Bus Pass if You are Disabled; Free Trade Stage Two: Big Business Groups Want to Cut Social Programs; A Welfare Bum (A Heroine); Union Does Good Deed; Get welfare help from these groups
Keywords: 
public transit; BC Coalition of the Disabled; Downtown Eastside Residents' Association; Tenants' Rights Coalition; grants; Law Foundation; disability; GAIN; Free Trade; social programs; corporations; Canadian Manufacturer's Association; union; BC Government Employees Union; women; welfare assistance

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