Media inquiries:
Karyn Whelan, Communications Specialist
kwhelan@rnunl.ca
709.753.9961, 709.691.0889

Calling on Premier to take action on D-J Composites lockout

RNs in NL & across Canada stand in solidarity with workers in Gander, N.L. who have been locked out for a staggering 92 WEEKS. RNU President Debbie Forward & CFNU President Linda Silas are calling on N.L. Premier Dwight Ball to step in and end the lockout.

National Day of Mourning

RNU Recognizes National Day of Mourning, April 28 In honour of RNs & all workers who have been killed, injured or disabled at their place of work. Let’s work together to ensure everyone in Newfoundland & Labrador has a safe, healthy work environment. Day of Mourning Events

Awareness Campaign Launch

Please join us on Facebook Live. Registered Nurses know better than anyone that our health care system is hurting. It’s time we act. Join the Registered Nurses’ Union as we launch an awareness campaign that will focus on a solution – a solution for patients, RNs and government. It’s time we invest in safer RN

Get the myRNU App today!

There’s an App for That! The myRNU app is designed to provide members of the Registered Nurses’ Union Newfoundland & Labrador with access to its myRNU member website. Using the myRNU app, registered nurses can access exclusive resources, a calendar of events, important updates and news, and search through the RNUNL Collective Agreement. With push

Message to Members re: Holiday Office Closure

The RNU Provincial Office will be closed from 4:30 p.m. on Friday, December 23 until 9:00 a.m. on Tuesday, January 3, 2017. If a critical situation occurs while we are closed, please consult our policy on “After hours critical incidents” (available on myRNU under Resources > Policies). You will find suggestions for members and branch volunteers on

Canada’s nurses serve up new survey findings leading up to premier’s dinner meeting on health care

Press Release from the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions. (Friday December 9, 2016 – OTTAWA) – Today the Canadian Federation of Nurses Unions (CFNU) released new findings from a public opinion poll commissioned to gain further insight into Canadians’ attitudes towards health issues since the last federal election. The questions focused on Canadians’ perspectives on