Publish date: Friday, May 11, 2018
Put Patients First, Regional Health Authorities, Workload staffing

WRHA admits spike in OT, wait times not solely flu-related

Last week, a senior WRHA official admitted wait times in the WRHA were actually going up, and skyrocketing mandatory overtime at St. Boniface hospital is not due to the flu.

Publish date: Thursday, May 10, 2018
Bargaining, Politics & Government, Union news

Bill 29 proclaimed, few details confirmed

Yesterday, the Pallister government proclaimed The Health Care Bargaining Unit Review Act (Bill 29), which will amalgamate and establish a fixed number of health care bargaining units for each of t

Publish date: Thursday, May 3, 2018
AGM, Education

Education Day Recap

Following the conclusion of a busy Annual General Meeting, MNU delegates spent their final day together participating in Education Day.

Publish date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018
AGM, MNU President

Manitoba’s Nurses Elect Darlene Jackson as President-Elect, Rally for Safe Patient Care

WINNIPEG – Manitoba’s Nurses have elected Darlene Jackson as President-Elect of the Manitoba Nurses Union for a two-year term beginning on July 1, President Sandi Mowat announced today.

Publish date: Wednesday, May 2, 2018
AGM, MNU President

AGM 2018: Recap of Day 2

Over 1000 nurses, community members and representatives from other organizations joined together for a massive rally in front of the Manitoba Legislature. The rally was in support of Safe Patient Care, and against ongoing cuts and changes to frontline services.

Publish date: Tuesday, May 1, 2018
AGM

AGM 2018: Recap of Day 1

Over 500 delegates from across Manitoba helped kick off the 43rd MNU Annual General Meeting today.

Publish date: Monday, April 30, 2018
AGM, MNU President

Manitoba’s Nurses Gather for AGM 2018, Prepare to Elect New President

More than 500 nurses from across Manitoba will gather in Winnipeg this week to elect a new President and discuss ongoing cuts and changes in Manitoba’s health care system, MNU President Sandi Mowat

Publish date: Friday, April 27, 2018
MNU President, Politics & Government, Put Patients First, Workplace issues/practices

MNU President Responds to Health Minister’s Refusal to Accept Evidence for Improving Long-Term Care

“On behalf of Manitoba’s nurses, I am disappointed that the Minister of Health will not consider evidence for improving long-term care for Manitoba’s seniors.

Publish date: Thursday, April 26, 2018
Put Patients First, Union news

Manitoba Nurses Union Releases Landmark Long-Term Care Report Amid Concern of Care Reductions

The Manitoba Nurses Union has released a landmark report on the future of long-term care in Manitoba, MNU President Sandi Mowat announced today.

Publish date: Monday, April 23, 2018
Union news

Rally for Safe Patient Care

Dear members,

The Manitoba Nurses Union is planning a rally at the Manitoba Legislature in response to ongoing health care cuts across the province.
 

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