CFNU is always proud of representing Canada's direct care nurses regardless of your sector of expertise because you are there 24/7. This TV ad was produced by the Nova Scotia Nurses’ Union since it applies to thousands of nurses working during the Holiday period.
The Canadian Labour Congress, working in partnership with researchers at Western University, is launching a national survey on the impact of domestic violence on workers and workplaces, the first-ever survey of its kind in Canada.
So I’m thrilled that the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) has joined this fight. Representing 156,000 nurses across Canada, the CFNU is a strong and effective advocate to ensure that governments know what is best for patients and the public health care system.
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The Ontario Nurses' Association (ONA) has launched a new ad campaign in London and St. Thomas that calls for an end to the stigmatization of nurses who choose not to have a flu vaccine. ONA is also calling for the provincial government to work collaboratively to develop a province-wide, comprehensive and truly effective policy to fight the spread of influenza.
Healthcare dominates as an issue of top concern for Saskatchewan people, with registered nurse care seen as integral to service delivery according to a province wide public opinion survey. The survey was conducted by Praxis Analytics in October (2013) on behalf of the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses (SUN).
To mark the 25th anniversary of World AIDS Day Dec 1st African and Canadian unions released a special issue of Workers’ Health Network News™ highlighting workplace-based challenges and responses to HIV and AIDS.
Tentative Agreements that were reached in October between the Nova Scotia Nurses’ Union (NSNU) and employers for VON, long term care and acute care nurses working in the Capital District Health Authority and the remaining DHAs in the province have now been ratified by the membership says NSNU president, Janet Hazelton.