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Episode 6 | February 7, 2019
In this episode, Vicki discusses some of the activities on ONA’s agenda for 2019, including participation in the inquiry into long-term care. She also introduces the new health program for nurses, and talks about the recent serious attack on a nurse and how ONA continues to work to ensure safer workplaces for all.
Episode 5 | December 17, 2018
In this episode, Vicki shares some highlights from 2018 and reports on the November PCM, including the Human Rights and Equity Caucus and Education Day. She also talks about what she is looking forward to in 2019.
Episode 4 | September 27, 2018
In this episode, ONA President Vicki McKenna discusses ONA’s strategy for working with the new Progressive Conservative government, the long-term care inquiry now underway and the recent arbitration decision regarding the vaccinate-or-mask policy in Toronto-area hospitals.
Episode 3 | May 17, 2018
In this episode, ONA President Vicki McKenna discusses RN vacancies in Ontario hospitals, and urges ONA members to make an informed choice in Ontario’s upcoming provincial election.
Episode 2 | April 9, 2018
In this episode, ONA President Vicki McKenna discusses the recent Joint Sector Meeting, good and bad news from the Ontario budget, the upcoming Ontario election, and Nursing Week 2018.
Episode 1 | March 1, 2018
In this episode, ONA President Vicki McKenna discusses how ONA is moving forward, together. Vicki updates us about hospital-sector central negotiations, the upcoming March Joint Sector Meeting and her priorities as ONA’s President.