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Ontario Nurses’ Association Celebrates Historic Pay Equity Win
TORONTO, May 1, 2019 /CNW/ – The Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is celebrating a significant win following a 13-year-long battle to maintain pay equity rights for registered nurses (RNs) working in female-dominated professions.
Striking public health nurses rallying for new employer mandate
Striking nurses at the Windsor-Essex County Health Unit have received some support on the picket line.
A rally for a “New Employer Mandate’ was held on Friday as the nurses enter the sixth week of their strike, which started March 8.
Ontario Nurses’ Association Launches Phase II of its Public Awareness Campaign: RN Proud
Today, the Ontario Nurses’ Association (ONA) is launching the second phase of its public awareness campaign to remind Ontarians of the value of Registered Nurses (RNs). ‘RN Proud’ radio and Facebook ads will appear across the province.
Purple armbands necessary to protect nurses, union head says
A London, Ont. hospital policy that flags patients with a history of violence or the potential for violence is necessary to keep workers safe, the president of the union that represents 3,000 nurses says.