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October 2019

BCNU calls for action and investments in seniors' care. The union participates in the first formal review of the province’s workers’ compensation system in over 20 years, and Richmond Hospital ICU nurses achieve reversal of controversial redeployment policy.


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Long-term Strategy

Canada's aging population has nurses calling for action and investments in long-term care and other seniors' care services.

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Coming Out to Care

A nurse's personal journey gives her an appreciation of the stigmatization and isolation queer seniors face – and the need for inclusive care.​  

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Our Pension. Our Future.

It's time for nurses to have a say about how their pensions are managed.​ 

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Putting People First

BCNU participates in the first formal review of the province's workers' compensation system in over 20 years.

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A Caring Path

Internationally educated nurse Somoud Noubani continues in her mother's footsteps.

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Professional Responsibility

Richmond Hospital ICU nurses achieve reversal of controversial redeployment policy.

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Updated: 10/23/2019 9:33 AM

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