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Member Benefits

CNA works with 135,000 nurses in all 13 jurisdictions across Canada to bring essential and meaningful change to health care and nursing in the country. We bring you the latest knowledge, help you achieve your career goals and offer you preferred rates with various service providers.

CNA brings you the latest knowledge

CNA makes it easy to stay up to date with nursing specialties, current practices, ethics and public policy. Being a part of CNA gives you:

  • Continuing professional development courses from the CNA Learning Centre (with discounted rates for members)
  • Complete access to the Canadian Nurse website, including the full digital archives
  • 25% off the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses
  • A discount on the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses 10 learning modules to help you in your practice
  • Reports and position statements on current issues such as medical assistance in dying and harm reduction
  • The opportunity to be a voting delegate at CNA’s annual meeting of members
  • Access to more than 100 nursing specialty publications and toolkits
  • Tools and online resources to help nurses improve patient health outcomes
  • A library of more than 2,000 e-books via ProQuest Ebook Central (log in to your MyCNA.ca profile to access these)

CNA helps you achieve your goals

CNA’s professional development programs and events provide valuable opportunities to advance your nursing career and to network with other nursing professionals.

CNA offers:

CNA brings you member-only discounts

  • We’ve negotiated preferred rates for CNA members with various businesses and service providers. See the full list of our affinity program partners and how you can take advantage of hundreds of dollars in savings!
  • Significant savings on the fees for the CNA Certification Program (more than $150 for nurses who are part of CNA)
  • Member rates for the diverse lineup of continuing professional development courses available on the CNA Learning Centre
  • 25% off the Code of Ethics for Registered Nurses