Make sure that the nursing crisis is an election issue in your riding. Demand that candidates in your riding address the nursing crisis – now.
Join us! Let the premier know that Ontario must keep mandatory masking in all high-risk settings to protect Ontarians and our health-care workers past its Apr. 27 deadline.
Call on all provincial party leaders to be an ally and add Black Nurses Task Force (BNTF) recommendations to their election platforms.
Tell Premier Ford he must mandate COVID-19 vaccinations for health-care and education workers.
Demand that Canada’s leaders – at all levels and in all places – be at the forefront of the global fight for our planet and our future!
Call on the premier to extend mandatory vaccinations to all health-care and education workers and to immediately establish safe zones around their places of work.
Let Premier Ford know that implementing our 3 Mandatory Asks is the best way to fight COVID-19 and transition out of the pandemic.
Across this country, in urban and rural Canada and in every province and territory, the opioid overdose crisis rages on. Call on those elected to all orders of government to bring this public health crises to an end.
We call on the premier to honour and respect those who died, the ones who loved them and the ones who cared for them.
Mass COVID-19 vaccinations are well underway in jurisdictions around the world. In Ontario, we have fallen behind.
The COVID-19 pandemic has deepened our province’s opioid overdose crisis.
Ontario’s vaccination roll-out has stumbled out of the gate. Please take a moment to set things right. Join us in urging Premier Doug Ford to start Phase 2 of the roll-out by putting vaccinations into the hands of the thousands of nurses, physicians and pharmacists working in community care across this province.
Nurses call on Premier Doug Ford to act swiftly to suffocate community spread of COVID-19 – now more than ever – given the rapidly spreading new strains.
Let Prime Minister Justin Trudeau know that Canada needs national standards for LTC now!
Tell the provincial government to stop further action on the College of Nurses of Ontario’s decision that would render the RN and RPN scope of practice identical.
Ontario needs all first responders carrying and trained in the use of naloxone, including police.