RED LAKE, August 20, 2019 – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is delighted to welcome new members from Northwood Lodge Home for the Aged to the union.
TORONTO, August 8, 2019 – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is expressing its support of Canadian Blood Services’ (CBS) announcement regarding the opening of a new plasma collection clinic in Sudbury. However, ONA is concerned about the impact on the dedicated registered nurses who currently work with the blood-collection clinics in Sudbury and the surrounding area.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) says that life for the province’s long-term care residents could improve if the provincial government and stakeholders implement key recommendations in the Long-Term Care Public Inquiry Report, authored by the Honourable Eileen E. Gillese.
TORONTO, Ont., July 15, 2019 – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is launching a new public awareness campaign today, urging Ontarians and the government to ‘care now’ about long-term care.
The ratio of registered nurses per capita in Ontario remains the lowest in the country for the fourth year in a row, continuing to put the quality of care for the province’s patients at risk, says the Ontario Nurses’ Association.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is launching a province-wide “Priorities and Promises” ad campaign to call out the Conservative government’s shot-in-the-dark approach to health-care reform and urge the public to voice their opposition.
TORONTO, June 21, 2019 – Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) board members, leaders and staff will show their pride this Sunday as they join in Toronto’s 2019 Pride Parade.
SIMCOE, June 17, 2019 – The Haldimand-Norfolk Health Unit’s decision to no longer fill vacant staff positions has resulted in cancelled services, and workload challenges for nurses.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA), the union representing 65,000 registered nurses and health-care professionals, says that government’s announced interference in free collective bargaining will further impact the level of care that nurses are able to provide to Ontarians.
HAMILTON, Ont., June 3, 2019 – Nurses and health-care professionals who provide services at the Hamilton Program for Schizophrenia are going to conciliation this week in an attempt to negotiate a new collective agreement.