Saturday 30 July 2016: Employees At Vancouver Salvation Army System, Don’t Want To Work Anymore 

Since, this past Thursday 28 July 2016, employees at the Salvation Army shelter system, don’t want to work. The „social workers“ no longer has the typical greetings before meals, now prayers aren’t made before meals. The employees at the Haven shelter has very short work shifts, for about two hours each. Yesterday kitchen employees from the Harbour Light, worked at the Haven. Yesterday, most of the „residents“ were gone, even during yesterday’s dinner and this morning’s breakfast. At least now, being at the shelter is manageable. For the most part, the employees, no longer admit their paranoid schezophenia. 

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