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British Columbia
Auto Workers Union Forms Locals At Vancouver Starbucks
Some Workers Allergic To Latex Rubber Gloves
Equipment May Not Be Safe, Says Compensation Board
Report Hopes To Reduce Accidents
B.C. Going To Reduce Workers' Compensation Premiums
B.C. Offers Safety Courses To Combat Deaths
B.C. Urges Powers Be Taken Away From Comp. Board
B.C. Head Of Workers' Comp. Board Retires
Some Workers Exempt From Employment Standards Act
New Regulations Could Reduce Logging Fatalities
B.C. Raises Minimum Wage To Highest Rate In Canada
B.C. Labour Review Panels Extended
Logging Trucks Warned Of Unsafe Bulkheads
B.C. Urged To Return Secret Ballot
B.C. Cases On Hearing Loss On The Rise
B.C. Workers' Comp Act Toughens Regulations
B.C. Reduces Time To Keep Employee Records
B.C.'s Technology Workforce Doubles In Six Years
Overhaul Approach To Logging Safety, WCB Says
Hotel And Restaurant Work More Dangerous Than Expected
B.C. Workers' Compensation Premiums To Fall 5% In 1999
B.C. to Study Sawmill Workers' Accidents
Ottawa Surveys on B.C.'s Lower Mainland Employment
BC Telecom Workers get New Two-year Deal
B.C. Passes Standards for High-technology Workers
B.C.'s WCB Levies over $1.4 Million in Penalties
B.C Regulates Therapists by Creating College
Vancouver Workers Lose Compressed Work Weeks
B.C. to Cut off Pensions of Union Members
Reports Paint Differing Pictures of High-tech Jobs
Adult Education Alive and Well, Statscan Says
Young Workers Suffer Hearing Loss, says BC Study
University of Victoria Teachers Join CUPE
New Standards in BC's Adult Education
B.C. Adds Incentives to Help High Tech Grow
B.C. Retirees May Get Greater Say in Plans
Steelworkers Ratify Deal with B.C. Copper Mine
Gold Producer Ordered to Pay Overtime Wages
B.C. Regulates Talent Agencies

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