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Annual Membership Renewal opens today!

Annual Membership Renewal for 2021 is now open. By renewing your membership with CNO every year, you can continue practicing as a nurse in Ontario.

You can renew your membership and pay your fee online by logging into Maintain Your Membership.

During this unprecedented time in health care, membership fees will not be increased.

Membership fees are put toward resources that help to uphold the strong reputation of the nursing profession and ensure the protection of patients in Ontario. Your membership fee works to ...


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We answer your questions about RPN scope of practice changes

Many of you had questions about the changes and what they would mean for your practice. Here are answers to your most frequently asked questions...

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Be aware: Scam targeting nurses in U.S. could come to Canada

A sophisticated phone, mail and email scam is currently impacting some nurses in the United States. Scammers are falsely claiming to be a regulator or law enforcement official and are asking nurses for money. While we have no indication that this scam has come to Canada, it is possible that Canadians could be targeted in the future and we want to make you aware of the scam so you can protect yourself.

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Your opportunity to make a big impact: Sit on CNO’s board

If you’re passionate about advocating for patients and want to influence Ontario’s approach to safe patient care — then sitting on CNO’s board is right for you. Running for election to CNO’s board is your opportunity to contribute to safe, quality nursing care at a policy and strategic level.

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Join a CNO committee to make a difference for patients

Have you been looking for ways to use your nursing knowledge to make a positive impact? Join a CNO committee. It’s your opportunity to contribute to regulatory processes that protect patients, while gaining valuable professional experience.

 

Every year, we invite RPNs, RNs and NPs to apply to join one of our committees: Discipline and Fitness to Practise; Inquiries, Complaints and Reports; Quality Assurance; and the Registration committee.

 

 

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