We are very encouraged by the level of activism regarding the elections for the negotiating teams and the pre-negotiations survey.
Access to the survey(s) has been sent to members only, with links protected within the members-only…Read more
An election for the Nursing Home Negotiating Committee will take place in the locals sometime between February 12-20.
Please vote for four (4) candidates from the list below. You can access their bios on the NBNU website > Negotiations >…Read more
Election for Negotiating Committees- Hospitals, Part III
An election for the Part III Negotiating Committee will take place in the locals sometime between February 12-20.
Please vote for four (4) candidates from the list below. You can access their bios…Read more
FREDERICTON – The New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) supports government on its recent announcement to invest in a multi-year plan to improve the quality, proactivity and accessibility of health care in the province.
The decision to employ more Nurse Practitioners…Read more
FREDERICTON – The New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) applauds provincial government for subsidizing daycare costs for families with an annual gross income of over $37 500, with both parents attending either school or work.
“After years of advocating for affordable,…Read more
OTTAWA, Jan. 17, 2018 — As violence rates in the health care sector continue to escalate, the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) has convened a two-day roundtable of 17 unions representing health care workers from…Read more
FREDERICTON – The New Brunswick Nurses Union (NBNU) commends provincial government on their recent announcement to offer free child care to New Brunswick families earning an annual gross income of $37,500 or less. This major announcement stems from government’s three-year, $71…Read more
An important pan-Canadian study of Nurse Practitioners’ working conditions is being launched by CFNU, with the aim of improving retention and recruitment of NPs.
A high level of participation is essential to the success of the project. Your input will…Read more
FREDERICTON (GNB) – The provincial government has established a labour-government steering committee to build stronger relationships between government and the labour movement and to identify areas of co-operation.
“Your government recognizes the important role that workers play in enabling economic…Read more