SAULT STE. MARIE – As a legal strike/lock-out date of April 26 approaches, Algoma Public Health Nurses and Nurse Practitioner (NP) members are making a last-ditch effort to avoid being forced out on strike.
Nursing Week is a time to acknowledge and celebrate the dedication, achievements and successes of nurses across Ontario. This year, Nursing Week runs from May 7 to 13. Begin your planning today!
We are proud to recognize the International Day of Pink and stand up against homophobia, transphobia, transmisogyny, and all forms of bullying.
Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) Public Health Nurses and Nurse Practitioners (NPs) working for the Algoma Public Health Unit are beginning to prepare as they may be forced to strike.
We commemorate those who have been injured, made ill or killed while on the job due to workplace hazards or incidents.
WINDSOR – Far too often, Registered Nurses (RNs) and front-line health-care professionals experience violent attacks at the hands of patients and their families. Now, RNs working in Windsor-Essex are launching a new public awareness campaign to highlight the risk of workplace violence in health care.
Registered Nurses (RNs) who care for those who have developmental disabilities, challenging behaviours and mental health issues are heading into mediation on April 6, 2018, seeking a new contract.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is proud to recognize and support the diversity of our members and staff, and to join in the fight against discrimination based on an individual’s sexual orientation and/or gender identity.
Injured Workers’ Day is on June 1.
ONA says hospital funding increases positive, but must be targeted for more RN care.
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