We recognize the vital role that Nurse Practitioners (NPs) play in our health-care system and celebrate the work of our NP members during Nurse Practitioner Week, November 7-13.
We recognize the hard work and dedication of these health-care professionals.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association is celebrating a momentous Supreme Court of Canada decision following a 15-year-long battle to maintain pay equity rights for registered nurses working in private nursing homes
The Chief Electoral Officer received a complaint on October 4, 2021, regarding the conduct of and the social media content posted by ONA presidential candidate Jeanne Ernst. The complaint was investigated and forwarded to the Provincial Elections Team for its consideration and deliberation. The complaint sets out an allegation that candidate Jeanne Ernst made statements [...]
Seven dedicated registered nurses who work tirelessly at AbleLiving, a not-for-profit in-home and support organization for people with severe disabilities that require round-the-clock care, are being forced to give money back to the Ford government.
Check here for the latest information to assist you in preparing for the 2021 ONA Biennial Convention taking place November 2021.
The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) says today’s provincial throne speech is a missed opportunity to address urgent issues in the province’s health-care system.
Updates on COVID-19 and what you can do to help protect yourself and your patients.
In Canada, Mental Illness Awareness Week (October 3-9) is a time to raise awareness and educate the public about the reality of mental illness. This week coincides with World Mental Health Day on October 10.
We are proud to represent these health-care professionals, who work to ensure the best quality of life for their patients and clients.