Highest attendance for Prairie Labour School

Publish date: Wednesday, June 11, 2014



Members from the United Nurses of Alberta, the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses and the Manitoba Nurses Union are gathered in Winnipeg for the 3rd biennial Prairie Labour School.

With a total of 170 participants - 57 participants from Alberta, 46 from Saskatchewan and 67 from Manitoba, this is the highest attendance for Prairie Labour School.

Over the next two days, participants will discuss issues affecting unions, nurses and the nursing profession. Facilitators, from across Canada, will lead sessions on The Future of Medicare, Psychological Health and Safety Standards, The Attack on Pension and much more.

Participants from the United Nurses of Alberta

Participants from the Saskatchewan Union of Nurses

Participants from the Manitoba Nurses Union


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