The working-class history of British Colombia Province

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Workplace fatalities take devastating toll, new B.C. WCB report shows
Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia, press release, 28 November 1999. The Workers' Compensation Board of British Columbia releases a ten-year study of work-related fatalities, Lost Lives: Work-related deaths in B.C, to increase awareness of the reality of deaths on the job and to encourage action that will eliminate workplace deaths in the province.
The nursing crisis in B.C.: How we got into this mess
By Patricia Bailey, Vancouver Sun, 19 July 2001. Reporter Patricia Bailey examines the complex circumstances that led to the critical shortage of nurses and turns to the experts for some solutions. It was believed that medical advances and the move from hospital to community-based care would reduce the length of hospital stays and the need for acute-care nurses. Nurses' working conditions.
‘He was the best of who we are’: Tribute Sunday to gritty labour leader Homer Stevens
By Stephen Hume, Vancouver Sun, Saturday 19 October 2002. Gritty labour leader, proud civil libertarian, fearless political activist, passionate warrior for social justice, revered fisherman, environmentalist before the term was invented, devoted husband, father and grandfather, Homer Stevens has been described as the epitome of the truly indigenous British Columbian.
Unions living in ‘darkest hours’
By Michael McCullough, Vancouver Sun, Tuesday 02 September 2003. B.C. Federation of Labour president Jim Sinclair warns that privatization, contracting-out, threaten labour movement. Also the erosion of collective bargaining, poverty and stalled economic growth.