Heard. Supported. Impassioned.

Be a CNA Member. Step Forward Together.

You’ve dedicated your life to caring for others. Now, it’s time to be part of a national community that cares about you.

At the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA), we amplify your voice, advocate for your rights, and celebrate your achievements. Step into your power to make change for regulated nurses in Canada.

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Discover the exclusive benefits and opportunities that come with CNA membership.

Check your membership status to find out how new members can save $30 on their first year!

Unlock a World of Exclusive Benefits!

Here’s what you have access to by being a member of the Canadian Nurses Association.

Advocacy & Influence:

Shape national health policies and advance the nursing profession.

Professional Development:

Access savings on quality products, services, and career-advancing opportunities.

Community & Recognition:

Be part of a national community of nurses.

Support & Resources:

Enjoy the support you need to continue your invaluable work, with enhanced access to the Canadian Nurse online journal and more. Access professional benefits, including savings on subscriptions to UpToDate, NursingSKL, and Longwoods journals.

“I truly believe that through CNA we have a collective voice for nursing. I am proud to be a CNA member and proud of our association and its many accomplishments.”

Cathy Harley

eMBA, RN, IIWCC, CEO of Nurses Specialized in Wound, Ostomy and Continence Canada

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Let’s Check!

Don’t miss out on the opportunities and support that CNA membership brings. We will contact you with more information about being part of our empowering community.

CNA is your advocacy-in-action national resource, dedicated to making nursing stronger and improving the health of people in Canada. Join CNA today.

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