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In this issue:
– Painting a Powerful Message: When it comes to speaking out, member lets her creativity do the talking
– Nurses take pharmacare call straight to the top
– Members show communities that “Labour Cares”
– Attention Nursing Home Members: Vote for Your Negotiating Team!
– Awards, wins and much more.

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In this issue:
– “This is not a Drill” When the unthinkable happened in Toronto, ONA members did the impossible
– Members play prominent role in ONA’s provincial election work
– June Community Engagement Projects: Why We Care
– Members Acknowledge Epic ONA Win by Declaring Health-care Professionals Day
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– “Stay Strong and Bring it on!”A formerly inactive member helps turn the tide in her bargaining unit
– Happy Nursing Week!
– New Employment Standards Act provides increased, additional leaves for all employees
– ONA lobbying pays off for members in primary care
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– “My Union Saved Me” In her darkest hours, member finds support she didn’t expect
– Member First Ontario Mental Health RN to Earn Prestigious Designation
– Nurses are burning out due to cuts, Arnprior hospital member warns
– Nursing Week 2018
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– All for You! New Board comes together to support ONA members
– Newly organized members at Paramed Home Health Care Oshawa
– Hospital Bargaining Begins
– Member Inspires Human Rights and Equity Caucus Theme on Stereotyping
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Front Lines has a new look- tell us what you think!
– ONA President Linda Haslam-Stroud announces retirement
– “I Have PTSD:” Member Shares Harrowing Story
– Leadership Summit 2017
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– ONA President-Elect Acclaimed, Elections for First VP and Region 4 VP
– Meet Your New Hospital Central Negotiating Team
– Getting Loud and Giving Back During June PCM
– Public LTC Inquiry Must Look at Broader Issues
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Health Sciences North Chooses ONA
– ONA Cautiously Optimistic about Provincial Budget
– Celebrating Nursing Week 2017
– ONA Members Attend CLC Convention
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Members Get Loud at Joint Sector Meeting
– Local Leader Continues to Fight for Members While Fighting for his Own Life
– Defending Our Hours and Positions: One Local’s story
– Workplace Violence Never-ending: Members Kicked, Punched, Scratched
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– ONA Calls Codes on RN Cuts, Violent Attacks and Funding Shortfalls
– CCAC Members Send Strong Message of Solidarity
– ONA Levels Playing Field for NPs
– Personal and Emergency Leaves: Your Rights Explained
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Nursing Homes Agreement Ratified
– Start Planning for Nursing Week 2017
– Medical Assistance in Dying: What it means
– Biennial 2016 Highlights
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Truth Hurts campaign brings attention to RN cuts
– Tentative deal reached for nursing home members
– Members advocate for RNs, all workers on Labour Day
– ONA’s Successful Legal Challenge against CNO “Significant Step” for Nurses in Addiction, Mental Health Recovery
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Hospital award provides improvements to wages, benefits and working conditions.
– RN cuts must end now, London members tell public
– Fighting back against RN cuts: one Local’s story
– Members give back during PCM
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
– Nursing homes central bargaining breaks down.
– Kingston RNs choose ONA
– A solemn tribute for the Day of Mourning
– Expert nursing panels issue recommendations for Humber River Hospital and Sault Area Hospital
– Nursing Week 2016 mixes business with pleasure
– Role playing techniques prepare members for challenging situations
– Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-Hospital contract in arbitrator’s hands.
-Big win for ONA and our patients: Hospital rescinds RN layoffs after ONA members take action
-Members celebrate women’s achievements on special day
-A dose of hope: when a member becomes a patient
-Local 70 wraps in the community
-March PCM delivers messages of hope and solidarity
-ONA and community hospital partnering to prevent workplace violence
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-Hospitals Propose Gutting Wages, Benefits, Job Security Provisions: No Contract for Hospital RNs.
-Members bring about significant changes to Kingston General Hospital.
-Runnymede nurses raise awareness about RN cuts.
-Getting all Your Bargaining Units on Board: One Local’s Nursing Week Success Story
-Nursing in the North: Challenging but rewarding.
-Duty to accommodate includes obligation to include common sense.
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-Members re-elect ONA President and First Vice-President
-Work on Mobile Team earns member “Nurse of the Year” award
-ONA nurse practitioners explain important role
-November PCM reflects on successful year and challenges ahead
-The Truth Hurts campaign messages must continue
-Bargaining gets underway
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-ONA launches The Truth Hurts. Nurse Know Campaign
-Caring for the Caregiver: ONA wellness RN promotes health, happiness to staff
-Members keep health care at the forefront on Labour Day
-A union member’s perspective on nursing at the Toronto 2015 Pan Am Games
-A conversation with CNSA Ontario Regional Director Kendra Davis
-Addiction in the workplace: the duty of employers, unions and members.
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-ONA campaign heats up in the fall
-ONA credited for improving nurses’ workplaces, notes retired RN
-Nursing student profiles: Making a difference
-Updates to our Workplace Violence Prevention Campaign.
-Late career nursing initiative updates.
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-ONA launches More RNs campaign
-RNs launch campaign after Nipigon hospital turns a blind eye.
-ONA fearful for patients as Ontario budget freezes hospital budgets … again.
-Updates to our Workplace Violence Prevention Campaign.
-Late career nursing initiative updates.
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-CCAC members shown respect as ONA wins!
-Members feel passion for ONA thanks to leader’s “hard work”
-Peterborough Public Health Nurses avert strike
March PCM reflects on strike that was
-ONA urges RNAO to stop pushing for closure of CCACs
-Are nurses required to self-report an addiction?
-ONA’s WSIB team’s new and improved appeal process
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-CCAC Members Strike for Fairness
-Nursing Home Members Awarded Wage Increase
-ONA calls for increased hospital funding in pre-budget consultations
-Workplace Violence escalates: ONA demands action now!
-Awards, wins and much more.

In this issue:
-ONA leading the charge on Ebola preparedness.
-Nursing Homes arbitration award expected in February.
-Members rally around fired public health nurses.
-Awards, wins and much more.