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How to unionize Wal-Mart PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Tuesday, 22 February 2005 00:36
How to unionize Wal-Mart

Polls identify new strategies and hooks that unions could use to organize workplaces such as giant retailers

"Most non-union workers acknowledge that union members are better off in every aspect of work: pay, pensions, benefits, holidays, training and freedom from sexual harassment."
Last Updated on Tuesday, 22 February 2005 00:36
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PEJ Radio & PEJ TV PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Sunday, 20 February 2005 04:14
Radio and TV for Peace, Earth & Justice

PEJ News:
Although not yet hosted at PEJ.org, there are several radio and TV programs that PEJ News would like to draw your attention to including Winds of Change, Gorilla Radio, workingTV and ekosTV. Two of the Peace, Earth & Justice News Editors host weekly radio shows on Victoria's CFUV Radio...
Last Updated on Sunday, 20 February 2005 04:14
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Where's the BSE? Canada's Don't Ask, Don't Tell Food Safety Policy PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Saturday, 19 February 2005 05:43

Where's the BSE? Canada's Don't Ask, Don't Tell Food Safety Policy

Canada bows again to U.S. business interests who refuse to look for the evidence of Mad Cow contamination in the nation's food chain. - {lex}


You must forgive Dr. Sorin Musat-Marcu, the president of a small Edmonton-based biotech firm, if he sounds a bit frustrated about how Canada has handled its mad cow crisis. Several years ago, Musat-Marcu's company, HistoBest Inc., came up with a better way to enhance food safety: an efficient method for testing and banking animal tissue samples. The doctor's relatively cheap system could even diagnose several serious diseases, including mad cow--and all within 48 hours.
Last Updated on Saturday, 19 February 2005 05:43
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Prime Minister to make critical decision on vehicle emissions PDF Print E-mail
Earth News
Friday, 18 February 2005 08:38
Martin poised to make critical decision on vehicle emissions

WildCanada: The federal government is poised to make a very important decision this week on how Canada will reach its target of reducing greenhouse gas emissions from passenger vehicles. In 2002, Canada ratified the Kyoto Protocol and committed to reducing its greenhouse gas emissions to 6% below 1990 levels by 2010. Thanks to Russia's ratification in 2004, the Kyoto Protocol became international law on February 16th 2005, giving Canada a legal obligation to meet its Kyoto commitments. The auto-industry is trying to undermine significant greenhouse gas emission legislation and persuade Prime Minister Martin to agree to a voluntary arrangement, rather than regulation.

www.wildcanada.net/documents/aa-209.asp
Last Updated on Friday, 18 February 2005 08:38
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Harper speech stirs wide outcry on same-sex marriage PDF Print E-mail
Justice News
Thursday, 17 February 2005 23:53
Harper speech stirs wide outcry on same-sex marriage

OTTAWA?When Opposition leader Stephen Harper accused the Liberals of "staggering hypocrisy" on human rights in the debate over gay marriage, he unleashed a storm of reaction inside and outside Parliament.
Last Updated on Thursday, 17 February 2005 23:53
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