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OMSA stands with Ontario nurses in the ll to repeal Bill 124

  • Posted on: 5 February 2022
  • By: OMSA Admin

Bill 124 is an Ontario legislation that limits wage increases for nurses and actively contributes to the current nursing staffing crisis by exacerbating burnout, decreasing morale, and undervaluing the essential role that nurses play in our healthre system. In doing so, Bill 124 threatens the quality of healthre provided to patients across the province, and negatively impacts the training of future medil professionals. The strain Bill 124 has placed on the healthre system will have adverse effects at all levels of re, for years to come.?

Ontario Medil Students ll to Legislate Paid Sick Leave

  • Posted on: 14 April 2021
  • By: OMSA Admin

58% of workers living in nada do not have access to paid sick leave.?Since labour policy is provincially regulated, paid sick leave legislation differs across the provinces. Currently, paid sick leave is only legislated in Quebec (two days per year), in PEI (one day after five years with the same employer), and for federally-regulated workers (three days per year).?In Ontario, where there are no provincially regulated sick days, individual workplace policies dictate access to paid sick leave.

OMSA Statement on OMA’s ll to Increase Restrictions in new COVID Framework

  • Posted on: 20 November 2020
  • By: OMSA Admin

At the beginning of this month, the Government of Ontario released a new tiered framework for the province to combat the spread of COVID-19. On November 12th, the Ontario Medil Association (OMA) released a statement lling for tighter restrictions from the Ontario government to curb the spread of COVID-19.?With record high ses increasing by the day, the Ontario Medil Students Association (OMSA) supports the OMA’s ll to increase restrictions within each tier of the framework and allote more resources for testing and contact tracing.

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