RNAO recognizes and celebrates diversity in the nursing profession. The association remains dedicated to empowering its members from different communities and health sectors. It brings members’ voices, perspectives and experiences to the forefront and mobilizes action to improve health care for all. To learn more, explore our Black nurses and RNAO, and Indigenous health and RNAO pages.

    It’s time to submit your resolutions for RNAO’s 2022 Annual General Meeting (AGM).

    RNAO is encouraging individuals, members, chapters, regions without chapters and interest groups to submit resolutions for review and discussion at the 2022 AGM. Members who submit resolutions raise the profile of important issues and engage colleagues in discussions that matter to RNs, NPs and nursing students.

    RNAO’s annual Queen’s Park on the Road (QPOR) political action event kicked off on Nov. 9 and continues into the new year. This signature event provides RNAO members with an opportunity to meet virtually with members of provincial parliament from all political parties to discuss priority issues and advocate for healthy public policy.