On-Line Newsletter

Find out how you can get involved in your nursing profession this fall by reading our October issue of On-Line. This month’s newsletter features formal and informal opportunities to get involved and voice your opinion on topics relevant to your practice, including workshops, surveys and focus groups. Click here to read our newest issue.

College's New Blog


Staying connected with the public and our members is important to us and we are committed to listening to what you have to say and keeping you informed. The College’s new blog is an opportunity to share ideas and thoughts about the work of the College and the nursing profession. Check out our first video message from new President Jacqueline Garden-Jayasinghe and tell us what you’d like to hear more about.

Join Us in Your Community

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This fall, join us at a free Real eNgagement workshop in your community. Together, we’ll engage in storytelling through an interactive approach that will have you and others creating solutions to shape a preferred nursing future.

You have a unique story to share so join us in a conversation that builds upon the positive moment that’s sweeping the nursing profession. Click here to find out when we’ll be in your community.

Renewal Time Has Arrived! Renewal Time!

The 2015 renewal season opened on July 21, 2014. This year, we’ve created useful online supports to help you navigate your way through renewal. Click here to visit the Licence Renewal Q&A and Renewal Calendar – both of which will provide you with answers to common renewal questions.

Renew by October 1 and be entered into a draw to win the amount of your 2015 renewal fee!

Professional Presence:

Professional Presence: are you making the grade? Workshopare you making the grade?

The College is offering a professional development opportunity for registered nurses working in leadership roles. Click here to learn more and to register.

November 6 | Truro


Ebola Update

The College is closely watching the Ebola Virus Disease (EVD) developments globally and closer to home. While there have been no confirmed cases of EVD in Canada, we know this health issue is of significant public concern. We also understand that some of our members may also be concerned about the ability to provide safe and appropriate nursing care to patients while practising in a safe environment.

Tell CNA what you think!

CNA is conducting a survey of its members. It’s a chance for you to let them know about the current CNA benefits and services you use, the different ways you interact with CNA and the two topics you believe should be CNA’s top national advocacy priorities, among other things.


On September 23, 2014, the CRNNS Council approved an important NCLEX policy relevant to applicants who have already passed the NCLEX-RNŽ.

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