The Ontario Nurses’ Association represents 68,000 registered nurses and health-care professionals, as well as 18,000 nursing student affiliates, providing care in hospitals, long-term care facilities, public health, the community, clinics and industry. Our members work throughout the province of Ontario.
There are five ONA Regions which are geographically broken down by districts, counties and municipalities. ONA’s Regions are:
Region 1 Districts of Kenora, Rainy River, Thunder Bay, Algoma, Temiskaming, Nipissing, Cochrane, Manitoulin, Regional Municipality of Sudbury.
Region 2 Counties of Prescott, Russell, Glengarry, Renfrew, Lanark, Grenville, Leeds, Dundas, Stormont, Frontenac, Hastings, Prince Edward, Lennox, Addington, Haliburton, Victoria, Peterborough, Northumberland, Regional Municipalities of Ottawa Carlton and Kingston.
Region 3 Regional Municipality of Durham, Municipalities of York, Peel, and Toronto.
Region 4 Counties of Simcoe, Brant, Wellington, Dufferin, Haldimand, Norfolk, Regional Municipalities of Waterloo, Halton, Hamilton-Wentworth, Niagara, District Municipality of Muskoka and District of Parry Sound.
Region 5 Counties of Bruce, Grey, Huron, Perth, Oxford, Middlesex, Lambton, Elgin, Kent and Essex.
Within each Region are ONA Locals. There are a total of 60 ONA Locals in which each Local is represented by a Local Coordinator. Each Local houses ONA’s Bargaining Units. ONA has more than 500 Bargaining Units that span across Ontario. All ONA members belong to a Bargaining Unit.
Visit ONA Local Websites
Some of the Ontario Nurses’ Association’s chartered local associations maintain their own websites. Select an ONA Local to visit their Local website.
Local 6 represents registered nurses at North York General Hospital, Extendicare Scarborough, Leisureworld Caregiving Centre, Tendercare Living Centre, Sheppard Village and Ina Grafton Gage Home.
ONA Local 7 represents registered nurses and health-care professionals in several bargaining units in southwestern Ontario including Haldimand-Norfolk and Brant County.
Local 8 represents registered nurses at: Banwell Gardens, Berkshire Care Centre, Brouillette Manor, Canadian Mental Health Association, Chateau Park, Extendicare Tecumseh, Harrow Family Health Team, Heron Terrace, Hotel-Dieu Grace Healthcare, Huron Lodge, Iler Lodge Long Term Care Home, Leamington District Memorial Hospital, Southwood Lakes Extendicare, Sun Parlour Home, Windsor Essex County Health Unit and Windsor Regional Hospital.
ONA Local 10 represents registered nurses and allied health care professionals at Chapleau District Family Health Team, Extendicare Kapuskasing, Extendicare Timmins, Foyer des Pionniers, MIC’s Group of Health Services, North Centennial Manor, Notre-Dame Hospital, Porcupine Health Unit, Sensenbrenner Hospital, Services de Sante Chapleau Health Services, Smooth Rock Falls Hospital, The Corporation of the City of Timmins Golden Manor Home for the Aged, Timmins & District Hospital, VON Porcupine Branch and Weeneebayko Area Health Authority.
ONA Local 13 represents registered nurses and health-care professionals at Health Sciences North and Elizabeth Centre. Click here for the Local 13 – Paramedical website.
Local 15 represents nurses and allied health professionals at 17 different bargaining units including a community care access centre, hospitals, long-term care facilities, nursing homes, public health units, a residential centre and a student health centre.
Local 26 represents 1,800 nurses from the Niagara Health System and Hotel Dieu Shaver.
Local 31 represents nurses from nine bargaining units including Hastings and Prince Edward Counties Public Health Unit, Hastings Manor, H.J. McFarlane Nursing Home, Westgate Lodge, Stirling Manor Nursing Home, Hastings Centennial Manor, Village Green Nursing Home, Hallowell House, and Quinte Healthcare Corporation at all four sites.
Local 34 represents registered nurses at Trillium Health Partners.
Local 54 represents registered nurses along with registered practical nurses and allied health at the Belmont House Home for the Aged, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Christie Gardens Residence and Care, Livingston Lodge Retirement Residence (allied health) and O’Neill Centre Nursing Home.
Local 55 represents more than 700 registered nurses at St. Mary’s Hospital, Cambridge Memorial Hospital, Trinity Village and Saint Luke’s Place.
Local 70 represents registered nurses at the Hamilton Health Sciences Corporation.
Local 71 represents nurses from the Joseph Brant Hospital in Burlington.
Local 75 represents registered nurses at St. Joseph’s Healthcare in Hamilton at three sites: the Charlton Campus, the West 5th Campus and the King Campus.
Local 80 represents registered nurses and allied health professionals at Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre, Women’s College Hospital and Canadian Blood Services.
Local 82 represents registered nurses and allied health professionals at Mount Sinai Hospital, West Park Healthcare Centre, Cedarvale Terrace Long Term Care Home, Extendicare West Park and Mon Sheong Home for the Aged.
Local 83 represents the combined campuses of The Ottawa Hospital: The Civic Campus, The General Campus, The Riverside Campus, The Rehabilitation Centre, The University of Ottawa Heart Institute and The Ottawa Regional Cancer Centre.
Local 84 represents registered nurses at Queensway Carleton Hospital.
Local 95 represents registered nurses at St. Michael’s Hospital, St. Joseph’s Providence, Toronto Grace Health Centre, Runnymede, Heritage Nursing Home, Norwood LTC and Parkdale Queen West CHC.
Local 97 represents registered nurses and medical radiation therapists at the University Health Network.
Local 99 represents registered nurses at Kingston Health Sciences Centre (KGH Site and HDH Site), Lennox + Addington County General Hospital and John M. Parrott Centre.
ONA Local 100 represents nurses at Canadian Blood Services (London, Sarnia & Windsor), 5 nursing homes (Chelsey Park, Elmwood, Extendicare, Meadowpark and Middlesex Terrace) and London Health Sciences Centre, as well as Radiation Therapists and Dosimetrists at LHSC in the Cancer Care Program.
Local 111 represents nurses at The Scarborough Hospital and Leisureworld Caregiving Centre.
Local 124 represents registered nurses and allied health professionals at Southlake Health Care, Southlake Residential Care, Better Living Health and Community Services, Dufferin Oakes, Headwater Health Care Centre, Mackenzie Health, Specialty Care Cedarvale Lodge, Bloomington Cove, and the Willows Estate and Eagle Terrace Home.
Local 139 represents registered nurses at Grand River Hospital in Kitchener-Waterloo.
ONA Local 214 represents more than 900 registered nurses at the Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario.
Local 237 represents nurses at Mackenzie Health (formerly York Central Hospital), Vaughan, Oakridges and Upper Thornhill Centre.