The cut-off date for receipt of nominations for the Victorian Order of Nurses Central Negotiating Team (VONCNT) has passed. Learn more about the team.
The cut-off date for receipt of nominations for the Hospital Central Negotiating Team (HCNT) has passed. Learn more about the candidates.
We recognize and commemorate the intergenerational harm that residential schools caused to Indigenous families and communities and honour those who have been affected by this injustice.
TORONTO, ON, September 12, 2022 – After filing a Charter challenge of the Ford government’s wage-suppression legislation – Bill 124 – the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is arguing its case for fairness for nurses at Ontario’s Superior Court of Justice today.
The 2022 Human Rights and Equity Caucus, November Provincial Coordinators Meeting and Education Day are being held virtually and in-person, from October 31 – November 3.
This anonymous survey is an opportunity for all ONA members to tell us about their bargaining priorities.
TORONTO, ON, September 3, 2022 – The 68,000-member strong Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA), Canada’s largest nurses’ union, is marking Labour Day 2022 more committed than ever to protecting publicly delivered healthcare for all Ontarians.
HAMILTON, ON, September 2, 2022 – Registered Nurses (RNs) at Hamilton Health Sciences Centre are alarmed by their employer’s unsafe decision to place unregulated Operating Room Assistants (ORAs) into the operating room (OR) scrub nurse role.
TORONTO, ON, September 1, 2022 – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is alarmed by the announcement of the province’s Chief Medical Officer of Health that infected patients must no longer isolate for five days and can resume activities after just 24 hours, whether continuing to test positive for COVID-19 or not. Moore added that Ontario hospitals have the capacity to care for more patients infected with the coronavirus.
TORONTO, ON, August 26, 2022 – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is decrying measures in Bill 7 – More Beds, More Care Act 2022 – allowing some hospital patients to be forced to move to a long-term care home without consent, potentially violating their rights and putting patients and health-care workers in an impossible situation. It is being reported that this legislation, introduced one week ago, will not be referred to committee hearings and will be rushed through, limiting debate and engagement from stakeholders.