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October 18, 2016
Health Accord

Canada’s nurses say, “enough is enough”, all added health care funding is critical

Tuesday October 18, 2016 (Toronto, ON) – Today,  as federal, provincial and territorial health ministers continue to negotiate a new Health Accord, Canada’s nurses call on all governments to focus on what is at stake for Canadians and for the future of health care in this country. “From what we are hearing from the current […]

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October 17, 2016
Health Accord

Canada’s Nurses Call on Health Ministers to Implement Health and Social Accord for Generations to Come

Monday, October 17, 2016 (TORONTO) – With federal, provincial and territorial health ministers’ negotiations on a new Health Accord, happening Monday – Wednesday this week in Toronto, the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions is calling on Canada’s health ministers to commit to real change for the future of our health care in this country. The […]

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March 22, 2016
Health Accord

Canada’s nurses respond to Federal Budget 2016: Now is the time to negotiate a new Health and Social Accord

March 22, 2016 (Ottawa) – Today the federal government released details of the 2016 budget, including reaffirming the election promise to engage with the provincial and territorial governments to renegotiate a new Health Accord. Canada’s nurses welcome this, along with commitments to increase child care benefits, improving immunization coverage, and investments for those who need […]

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February 24, 2016
Health Accord

Canada's Nurses participate in Pre-Budget Consultations submitting recommedations for next Health and Social Accord

Last week,  the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions was pleased to submit a letter to Finance Minister Morneau and documents from “Towards a Health and Social Accord” as part of the pre-budget consultations. Please find the letter attached, as well as the documents that were submitted to Minister Morneau.  1_en_towards_a_health_and_social_accord_0  2_en_our_rationale

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