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Saturday, Feb. 5 Boycott Israeli Wines Day of Action

NO TO ISRAELI WINES 2PM Saturday, Feb. 5@BC Government Liquor Store 1960 Foul Bay Rd. Next to Save on Foods

It's time to raise our voices, along with that of many others around the world, against Israeli apartheid, human rights violations, and the demolition of Palestinian homes, with the land of those demolished Palestinian homes being handed over to Jewish Zionist settlers. It is past time for us to speak out against Israel’s torture of thousands of Palestinian political prisoners and the incarceration of hundreds of Palestinian children. It's past time to demand that the Canadian government stop selling Israeli wines manufactured with...

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We won — again!

We won — again!

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How we can prepare for future years of climate disaster

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Have your say on Canadas climate plans

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Updates from Winter Camp

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State of BC Health - January 2022

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Your monthly update from the BC Health Coalition


CAMPAIGN

BC’s crisis lines will be staying in the hands of not-for-profit and experienced service providers.

BC Health Coalition members know too well that Request For Proposal (RFP) processes run a high risk of contracting out public and non-profit services to private, for-profit, companies. So in the fall when the BC government released a Notice to Vendor announcing the Province’s intention to put crisis line services to competitive bid, our coalition mobilized to save these lifesaving services at a time when demand is at an all-time high.

Working alongside the BC Crisis Line Network, our voices reached Members of the Legislative Assembly, and we earned support from several cabinet ministers. On January 3rd, the BC Crisis Line Network was advised that the Province will be issuing...

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⛈️ Brighten the stormy start to this new year

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[evoz] Cafe Simpatico 6:30 Fri Jan 28 - Rosa Mar

The Victoria Central America Support Committee

Invites you to join

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Strategic Retreat from Coyote Camp

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[bc-can] West Coast Climate Action News #33, Friday December 31st, 2021





News #33 Friday December 31st, 2021 www.westcoastclimateaction.ca
Please forward this to the members of your climate action group or organization.
Please consider donating to support WE-CAN. We are a 100% voluntary effort, and we need your help.https://westcoastclimateaction.ca/donate-to-we-can/ Sign up to receive WE-CAN News directly: https://tinyurl.com/WE-CAN-Newsletter

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6 programs and projects that are growing at West Coast!

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BREAKING - RCMP Mobilising to Wet'suwet'en Territory

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Paov, please help us prepare for 2022

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Paov, please help us prepare for 2022

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Stronger public health care for 2022!

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Paov --

Today is your last chance to donate before the end of 2021 to support strengthening our public health care system.

If you have already made a year-end donation, thank you so much!

If not, it's not too late to donate before it's 2022. Click here to donate before midnight.

Thank you so much for your support of the BC Health Coalition.

We wish you a very happy new year!

Looking forward to working with you in 2022,

BC Health Coalition Staff Team


Giving by cheque

Donations by cheque can be made out to BC Health Coalition and mailed to BC Health Coalition 302-3102 Main Street Vancouver BC V5T 3G7.

If you would like to set up monthly donations by cheque, please fill out this Donation Form and mail it in with a void cheque.

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Paov, 2022s better with you

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2021 was a rough year, but worse could be on the horizon

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[evoz] coffee

Hola !
Freshly roasted coffee from tropical Nicaragua is available at $15 per one lb bag.
Phone Allen at 250 384-0477 to arrange purchase and pick up.
y Feliz Navidad !

Coyote Camp Re-occupied and CGL workers evicted!

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