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Quebec Nurses

Joining or renewing with CNA

If you would like to join or renew with CNA, you can do so at any time through our independent or emeritus categories. For the full list of CNA benefits visit cna-aiic.ca/benefits.

Independent members receive voting rights

There are now over 1,000 independent members (Class D) in Quebec and Ontario! This means independent members, as a group, will have five votes (one in Quebec and four in Ontario) at CNA’s 2017 annual meeting of members in Ottawa on June 21.

For more information please visit our voting rights section.

Ontario and Quebec representatives on the CNA board of directors
June 2017-June 2019

At the June 2017 CNA annual meeting of members, the members will be asked to vote on a proposed bylaw amendment for the addition of Ontario and Quebec directors on the CNA board of directors.

In anticipation of the acceptance of the proposed bylaw amendments, we are seeking nominations for election following the bylaw amendments being accepted.

CNA is seeking two interested registered nurses or nurse practitioners to serve on the CNA board of directors for the period June 2017 to June 2019.

One will be elected to represent Ontario and one elected to represent Quebec. Both must be from the CNA independent membership category.

The closing date for nominations was April 26, 2017. For more information please visit our Board Seats page.

Professional liability protection

NEW — RNs and NPs can apply to become a Canadian Nurses Protective Society (CNPS) beneficiary when joining or renewing with CNA — all in one transaction.

Stay current with CNA

CNA continues to work for the nursing profession in Quebec and across Canada. If you would like to receive timely e-mail updates on our progress through CNA Now, simply complete our online communications consent form at cna-aiic.ca/consent. Please note: CNA does not sell e-mail lists to third parties.

For now, you can learn more about some of the exciting and important work we are doing by browsing through CNA@work (cna-aiic.ca/atwork).

Our focus going forward is ensuring that national and international communities continue to benefit from nurses’ expertise in all provinces and territories, and that we help connect you with your colleagues across the country and globally.

Note: CNA ID #
Need to update your membership information with CNA? When writing us, please include your CNA ID #, which you can find above your name on the Canadian Nurse mailing label.

We look forward to continuing our relationship with you in 2017 and beyond.