To achieve its mandate of public safety, the SRNA communicates with its members, partners, and the public through a variety of mechanisms including its Annual Report, messages from the President and Executive Director, the News Bulletin, and news releases. While the SRNA has a duty to share information, it also welcomes public and member engagement.
An archive of current and past messages from the President of the SRNA.
The President’s Message is issued on an as needed basis and communicates important news about SRNA governance, provincial and national nursing initiatives, and key partnership developments. This message is distributed to all members of the SRNA.
From the Desk of the Executive Director
An archive of current and past messages from the Executive Director of the SRNA.
The Executive Director’s message is issued on an as needed basis and communicates operational updates and day-to-day news from the SRNA. This message is distributed to all members of the SRNA as and when key developments occur.
Annual Report & Financial Statements
The SRNA’s Annual Report and Financial Statements are delivered to association membership at the Annual Meeting in early May every year.
The SRNA’s Annual Report informs the public, members, government, employers and others about the previous year’s activities and outcomes, as well as the fiscal health of the organization. The association provides a summary of its financial statements in its Annual Report and posts the full statements on this website.
The News Bulletin is a publication of the SRNA and is available in two formats: a print magazine and a digital newsletter.
The SRNA News Bulletin informs members, health care partners, and the general public about the association’s activities. The publication also provides a forum for sharing information on current nursing developments, issues, as well as nursing research initiatives by SRNA members.
An archive of current and past media releases issued by the SRNA.
The SRNA issues media releases on an as needed basis about its Annual Meeting, major developments in the registered nursing profession, and when announcing new association work and partnerships.