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End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 21

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
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Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 21
Date: 
1989-02-14
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Selling Expert in Charge of Public Housing; Try to Get a Diet Allowance; Get $70 From the Government; Man on Welfare Takes on Government -- And Wins!!!; Lunches in Four More Schools; Cold Charity; Get welfare help from these groups
Keywords: 
public housing; privatization; welfare; health; food; tax credit; welfare assistance; disability; appeal; welfare rates; arts and culture; school; food; child poverty; Free Trade

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 8

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 8
Date: 
1988-01-19
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
What is the City doing with illegal suites?; Do you live in an illegal suite?; You still have rights; Free trade: will things really be cheaper?; Homeless Conference; A Time to Stand Together; Get $50 from the government
Keywords: 
illegal suites; housing policy; zoning law; Tenants' Rights Action Centre; tenant rights; Free Trade; employment; tax; homelessness; public housing; housing need; low-income; solidarity; tax credit

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 9

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 9
Date: 
1988-02-16
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Budgeting: Who really needs the lessons?; Hungry Kids; What the union says about government threats; ELP will help if your family is investigated; These groups will help you with welfare problems; Having Problems with Your Landlord?; Tax Credit Time
Keywords: 
community theatre; food banks; low-income; inequality; school; child poverty; food; Vancouver School Board; Child Poverty Action Committee; unions; BCGEU; income assistance; legal assistance; welfare assistance; tenants right; tax credit

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 10

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 10
Date: 
1988-03-15
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
The Continuing Saga of Hungry Kids; Vander Zalm wants his name; Welfare Rights and GAIN; Power Play Report; Our Kids Aren't Dumb!!!
Keywords: 
child poverty; food; school; Vancouver School Board; Child Poverty Action Committee; welfare rights; GAIN; daycare; community theatre; food bank; education reform

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 11

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 11
Date: 
1988-04-19
Pages: 
10
Summary: 
Welfare Cuts for Some Single Moms; The Balmoral Cockroach; Council Says 'No' to Hungry Kids; Children and Poverty; Will Bus Fares Go Up?; Are You Registered to Vote?; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare cuts; single parents; children; Vancouver City Council; DERA; school; child poverty; food; Child Poverty Action Committee; community theatre; public transit; elections-municipal; voting; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 12

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 12
Date: 
1988-05-24
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Angry Mothers Win!!!; Update: Bus Fares; Housing For Us; Low Minimum Wage Causes Poverty; Council Says 'No' to Hungry Kids (Again); Food Bank Will Help You Register To Vote; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare cuts; single mothers; Child Poverty Action Committee; public transit; low-income; affordable housing; Tenants Rights Action Coalition; minimum wage; poverty; child poverty; food; school; Vancouver City Council; community theatre; grants; food banks; voting; Free Trade; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 13

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 13
Date: 
1988-06-21
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Survival Fightback; Hungry Children We'll Keep Trying; Wayne's Story; The Free Trade Deal: What Does it Mean for Low Income People?; You Can Appeal and Win!!!; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare cuts; single mothers; provincial government; child poverty; food; school; Child Poverty Action Committee; Free Trade; low-income; employment; welfare; minimum wage; arts and culture; appeal; GAIN Act; welfare assistance

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 3

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 3
Date: 
1987-07-21
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Will hungry kids get fed?; Human Rights and GAIN; Welfare Tips: The only rights you have are the rights you know; Good Samaritan Law: Help for the poor or crumbs from the rich?; You're not alone
Keywords: 
school; child poverty; food; Vancouver School Board; Child Poverty; Action Committee; BC Human Rights Council; human rights; youth; discrimination; GAIN; welfare rates; welfare rights; welfare assistance; donations; statistics

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 4

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 4
Date: 
1987-09-02
Pages: 
8
Summary: 
Low income people take on Richmond; Be sure to get school start up grants; Fight Welfare cuts; Why is the government cutting back welfare?; Voter registration
Keywords: 
low-income; Downtown Eastside Residents' Association; welfare cuts; school; grants; welfare assistance; appeal; youth; discrimination; elections-provincial; voting

End Legislated Poverty Newsletter, Issue 5

Publication type: 
Newsletter
Author(s): 
End Legislated Poverty
Agency: 
End Legislated Poverty
Series: 
Issue 5
Date: 
1987-09-22
Pages: 
12
Summary: 
Work and Welfare; Tenants need more rights; Kids still hungry; Free trade would hurt low income people; Welfare cutbacks: what's happening?; These groups will help you with welfare problems
Keywords: 
welfare; employment; GAIN Act; Canada Assistance Plan Act; tenant rights; Tenants' Rights Coalition; Free Trade; low-income; welfare; family benefits; minimum wage; school; child poverty; food; Child Poverty Action Committee; Vancouver School Board; single mothers; welfare cuts; appeal; welfare assistance

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