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Almost half of N.B. nurses near retirement: NANB

Source: Sarah Seeley, Times & Transcript, March 1, 2018

With almost half of New Brunswick’s registered nurses nearing retirement age, staffing shortages like the one that closed part of The Moncton Hospital’s Emergency Room on Saturday…

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Committee established to strengthen labour-government relations

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…

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Unions protest private plasma centre in Moncton

LAURA BOOTH TIMES & TRANSCRIPT

On Tuesday, more than 100 people protested outside of a private blood plasma clinic opening in Moncton. PHOTO: LAURA BOOTH/TIMES & TRANSCRIPT

More than 100 protestors representing a number of labour organizations gathered Tuesday to…

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Bed shortage getting worse

Horizon CEO, long-term care facilities working together in bid to solve big problem

ADAM BOWIE THE DAILY GLEANER

As New Brunswick’s hospital bed shortage continues to worsen, Horizon Health Network is working to“re-energize” its relationship with…

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New Brunswick Day of Mourning

Bathurst: Friday, April 28 at 12:00 p.m. (noon). Day of Mourning Monument near Sacred Heart Cathedral, Douglas Avenue. For more information, contact John Gagnon at: 506-545-0651.

Fredericton: Friday, April 28 at 11:45 a.m. Fredericton Firefighter Memorial, south bank of Saint…

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A shocking history of workplace violence

ADAM BOWIE THE DAILY GLEANER

Paula Doucet says she’s has been spat on by a patient.

Grabbed roughly, and struck.

Called every name in the book.

That’s why the former emergency room nurse, now president…

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