Canada’s Premiers Stand with Canada’s Nurses

Canada’s Premiers Stand with Canada’s Nurses in Calling for Federal Government to Increase Health Transfer Payments: Federal share should be a minimum of 25% say Premiers and nurses   July 17, 2015 (St. John’s) – Canada’s Premiers strongly support Canada’s nurses’ call for the federal government to commit to increase the Canada Health Transfer to

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Nurses call for a health human resources plan as nursing supply declines for the first time in two decades

June 23, 2015 (Ottawa) – For the first time in two decades, more regulated nurses left their profession than entered it, according to the latest regulated nursing workforce data from the Canadian Institute for Health Information (CIHI). In 2014, the supply of regulated nurses declined by 0.3% over the previous year. The decline occurred because

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New Executive Director for NBNU

2015-05-20 08.50.22NBNU is pleased to announce the appointment of Matthew Hiltz as Executive Director.  Matt will commence the duties of the position on June 15, 2015.   Matt has been employed in labour relations for the past five years. He has been employed at New Brunswick Nurses Union since March 2014 as a Labour Relations Officer.

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Canada’s Nurses Stand with Nurses, Health Care Workers in 11 Countries

GNU2015_1000x500_NBNU-MarilynCanada’s Nurses Stand with Nurses, Health Care Workers in 11 Countries. Mark Nurses’ Week with Actions to Protect Patients, Public Health Services. May 12, 2015 (Ottawa) Canada’s Nurses are lending support to a global initiative highlighting action to protect patients and public health care services. The Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU), representing close to 200,000 nurses,

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