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Operation Solidarity

Operation Solidarity was a broad-based coalition in 1983 to protest 26 bills introduced in the BC Legislature alongside the budget.

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A Decade of Growth

In the 1990s, HSA ramped up its efforts to organize non-unionized workers. Since 1996, HSA’s membership has doubled in size, from 10,000 to 20,000 members today.

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100 Champions for Change Go Back to Basics

NUPGE launched the 100 champions for change initiative in 2010‚ a member-to-member education campaign that fought back against Prime Minister Stephen Harper’s right-wing austerity measures taking hold across Canada.

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Building a BIPOC Caucus

HSA member Easter Tocol is working with fellow members to create a space for Black, Indigenous, and People of Colour in HSA to share experiences and organize around anti-racism.

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