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[British Columbia policy research and reports] (1 of 2)

File contains reports distributed by the Pacific Group for Policy Alternatives, dated January, February, and March 1984. Reports include "Is There a Social Policy in British Columbia? Who Has Been Hurt and Why?" by Angela Redish, Series 4-84-3, ISBN 0-88627-029-4 ; "The Ideology of Restraint" by Patricia Marchak, Series 3-84-01, ISBN 0-88627-025-1, February-March, 1984 ; "Revenue Sources for Maintaining Social Services in B.C." by Jonathan R. Kesselman, Paper No. P-84-1, January 1984 ; "The New Priorities of the Social Credit Government of British Columbia" by Gideon Rosenbluth and William Schworm, Paper No. P-84-3, February 1984.

[British Columbia policy research and reports] (2 of 2)

File contains reports distributed by the Pacific Group for Policy Alternatives, dated February and May 1984. Reports include "British Columbia's Budgets and the Need for Restraint" by Gideon Rosenbluth and William Schworm, Series 4-84-4, ISBN 0-88627-031-6, May 1984 ; "The Economic Impact of the British Columbia 'Restraint' Budget" by William Schworm, Series 4-84-5, ISBN 0-88627-027-8, May 1984 ; "Does British Columbia Need Fiscal Restraint?" by Gideon Rosenbluth and William Schworm, Series 1-84-1, ISBN 0-88627-021-9, February 1984 ; "Investment and Education in British Columbia: A Review of the Evidence in Restraint and Recovery" by Robert C. Allen, Paper No. P-84-4 ; Series 1-84 ; "The Ideology of Neo-Conservatism: Lessons for the Left" by Philip Resnick, Series 3-84-2, ISBN 0-88627-026-X, May 1984.

[British Columbia University conference materials]

File contains a report from the Research Department of the Canadian Union of Public Employees (CUPE), dated October 1977. Topics discussed include comparisions of caretakers' and labourers' rates in major school boards, municipalities, and collective agreements, average wage changes in collective agreements, B.C. wage settlements by quarter and industry, faculty compensation package increases, labour costs in education, reduction in hours of work, consumer price indexes, statistics, contract analysis, and selected articles on trends, economics, and understanding statistics. File also contains a statement issed by Evan Wolfe, Minister of Finance, dated June 10, 1977

Burnest Heard, Vancouver to Halifax. Toronto.

Portrait of Burnest Heard in front of the Wm. Rumsey Jr. Company in Toronto. Heard is pushing a barrel in front of him (around which are mounted two rubber tires), and around his neck wears a sign reading "Please help me across Canada." A second sign on the barrel reads "Burnest Heard is the world greatest lover on a walk accross (sic) Canada". He left Vancouver on June 1, 1938, passed through Quebec City on May 6, 1939, and reached Halifax on June 9 or 15, 1939. He then reversed his journey back to Vancouver (though traveling more slowly).

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