We honour those who have fought to ensure better rights, wages and working conditions for all workers, and speak out about ongoing labour issues and injustices.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is participating in the Public Inquiry into Long-Term Care. ONA has signaled that it is participating in order to ensure that a tragedy like the Elizabeth Wettlaufer case never again occurs. ONA will regularly post updates on proceedings.
TORONTO – Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) nurses and health-care professional members working in the hospital sector will learn details of their new two-year contract today.
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WINDSOR – The second of four anti-workplace violence ads designed to raise public awareness of the issue is set to launch this week.
A message from ONA President Vicki McKenna, RN.
The theme for this year’s Caucus education session is: Healing the Caregiver – Helping Members with Addictions. A limited number of subsidies are available to ONA members with entitlements who belong to one of the Equity groups including Friends & Allies and who are not Local Coordinators.
ONA members are invited to complete a short online survey about strategies (programs, practices, or supports) for preventing and managing MSDs in the workplace.
Find highlights and news from the June 2018 Provincial Coordinators here.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is celebrating Pride with style and professionalism, placing transit shelter ads featuring the faces of its LGBTQ+ members in four cities.
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