Publish date: Monday, June 8, 2015

PTSD Presumptive Legislation Announcement

MNU President, Sandi Mowat attends announcement of Manitoba’s new PTSD presumptive legislation with other union leaders. This legislation will help nurses suffering from PTSD access the supports they need more efficiently. The bill will proceed to its second reading at the Manitoba Legislative Assembly later today. More details to follow.

Publish date: Saturday, May 16, 2015

Day 6 - Nelson House Strike

MNU president Sandi Mowat and LRO Leona Barrett are in Nelson House today walking the picket line with our members on strike from Nisichawayasihk Personal Care Home. 

Publish date: Tuesday, May 12, 2015

Nelson House Nurses On Strike

Nurses working at the Nisichawayasihk Personal Care Home in Nelson House went on strike today.

Outstanding issues include equity in salaries and premiums with other nurses covered by MNU agreements throughout Manitoba as well as retroactivity. Picket lines were set up this morning.

Negotiations broke down as a result of the Federal government not committing their share of funding for nurses. The Provincial government has committed its share of the funds required.

MNU President Sandi Mowat will be at the picket line this week.

Publish date: Monday, May 11, 2015

Canada’s Nurses Putting Patients First This Election

 

May 11, 2015 (Winnipeg) – Canada’s Nurses are standing up for the country’s health care system this federal election, as the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) and the eight provincial nurses unions it represents will register as third-party advertisers for the first time in the organization’s history.

Publish date: Monday, May 4, 2015
AGM, MNU members, MNU President, Sandi Mowat

AGM 2015 recap

Day 1 - Tuesday April 28:
Highlights from the President's Address

Mowat reflects on issues nurses face both past and present

MNU president Sandi Mowat welcomed delegates to the 40th Anniversary Annual General Meeting of the Manitoba Nurses Union.  She highlighted our history as a union, shining a light on issues that nurses face both past and present - and reminded us all that MNU stands tall as union today because of the nurses that came before us.

Publish date: Monday, April 13, 2015

Two Week AGM Kick-Off Countdown

We're just two weeks away from the 2015 AGM Pre-Registration Kick-Off Party!

MNU will be hosting a welcome reception on the eve of the 2015 AGM. This is a wonderful opportunity to mix and mingle with nurses from across the province, as well as preregister for the AGM.

Join us for hors d'oeuvres and entertainment by MNU member and talented singer-songwriter, Emma Cloney and the Prairie Kitchen Party.

Publish date: Thursday, February 26, 2015

MNU launches #TBT - Throw Back Thursday

To honour the MNU’s 40th anniversary, in February we launched #TBT - Throw Back Thursday. Each Thursday  we  share a photo on our social media channels that captures an important moment in our history.

We would like to invite all of our members to participate in our #TBT social media celebration. Share a memory, tag a friend, or send us your own photos to post the following week!

Here is a look at the photos we shared this month!

1. Thursday Feb 5th -  #TBT It's raining, it's pouring.

Publish date: Wednesday, February 18, 2015
Education, MNU members, Workplace issues/practices

Front Lines Feature - Your Nursing Practice Hours

Whether you are an LPN, RN, RPN or NP, part of your Continuing Competence requirements is achieving a minimum number of nursing practice hours to be eligible for registration renewal. The time frame and number of practice hours required varies depending upon your licensing body and designation.

Our LPN members must have practiced for a minimum of 1,000 hours in the four years immediately preceding the year for which renewal is sought.

Publish date: Tuesday, February 3, 2015

Canada’s Nurses Show Solidarity with Ontario CCAC Nurses on Strike

The Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions joined striking Ontario Nurses’ Association members on the picket lines in a show of solidarity. Leaders from nurses unions across the country stood with striking nurses in demanding a fair settlement from the Ontario government.

Publish date: Friday, January 30, 2015
CFNU, Health care

Supreme Court of Canada upholds Saskatchewan Union of Nurses' arguments and strikes down bad law

On January 30, 2015 the Supreme Court of Canada ruled that the province of Saskatchewan's Public Sector Essential Services Act (PSESA) is unconstitutional. Sections of the PSESA removed the right to strike from registered nurses and other "essential" workers.

The Saskatchewan Union of Nurses launched a legal challenge to this legislation in September 2008 and has been committed to this battle for their members and all working people in Canada.

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