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 You are needed in Manitoba's COVID-19 response

(10/9/2020)
 
 There are multiple opportunities available for Manitoba nurses who want to contribute to Manitoba’s covid-19 response. Are you a retired nurse still eligible for licensure or a nurse who is able to work additional hours? read more...

 Meeting with Minister Friesen to discuss long-term care needs and COVID-19 tracing

(10/9/2020)
 
 The Association, along with the Manitoba Gerontological Nursing Association and the Community Health Nurses of Manitoba met with Minister Friesen and staff from Health, Seniors and Active Living to discuss long-term care needs and our concerns about read more...

 2020 member survey results

(9/25/2020)
 
 Thank you for your outstanding response to the member survey. read more...

 Association announces Cheryl Cusack RN PhD as new executive director

(9/22/2020)
 
 The board of directors is pleased to announce that Dr. Cheryl Cusack RN PhD will be joining the Association as executive director effective October 19. ​ read more...

 Introducing e-Transfer for renewal payments

(9/21/2020)
 
 We've added new ways to connect with us (Live Chat on the website) and new payment options including e-Transfers. read more...

 September 2020 advocacy update

(9/10/2020)
 
 The Association has been working hard throughout the past months to advocate for health, nurses and the public we serve during this pandemic. read more...

 Renewal opens October 1

(9/9/2020)
 
 Membership renewal is coming! Renewal opens October 1 and remains open until the end of the year. Renew early for more chances to be entered to win great prizes each week from our Perks for Nurses partners. read more...

 Joint letter to Canadian premiers about the safe reopening of schools

(9/8/2020)
 
 Prior to the start of the school year, the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), the Canadian Association of Paediatric Nurses (CAPN), and the Community Health Nurses of Canada (CHNC) sent letters to Canadian premiers to strongly recommend that their fo read more...