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    :: Monday, April 25, 2005 ::

    Supreme Court to hear charter challenge to B.C. law NUPGE
    On trial is Bill 29 - the 2002 legislation that shredded legally negotiated collective agreements paving the way for an unprecedented privatization of health care services and the mass firing of more than 8,000 health care workers - mostly women.
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