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    RNAO is vigorously engaged in COVID-19 action, serving nurses and other health professionals so that they can serve the public.

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Thank you notes

Dear colleagues, thanks so much to all who wrote to express appreciation for the work with our blog. We are thrilled with your support and promise to remain connected! See below some of the responses.

Putting my COVID-19 report to rest – mission accomplished!

Dear colleagues, the time has come to put to rest my COVID-19 blog. My profound gratitude to the millions of nurses and other health workers at home, abroad and everywhere who have dedicated themselves selflessly to the service of others. I extend huge gratitude and admiration to our tremendous RNAO staff and our board of directors. We have worked non-stop to support those in need – whether members, the media, the public, health organizations or patients and their loved ones.

Environmental priorities on agenda during RNAO and CAPE-ON provincial party debate

Ontarians will cast a vote in the provincial election on June 2. To inform voters on each party’s priorities, the Registered Nurses’ Association of Ontario (RNAO) will be co-hosting an all-party virtual debate with the Canadian Association of Physicians for the Environment’s Ontario Chapter (CAPE-ON) on April 19 focused on health and justice in a climate emergency.