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Facebook Live coffee break with Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor
Date: November 21, 2017
Watch a recording on Facebook.
CNA held its third virtual event with federal Health Minister Ginette Petitpas Taylor. The Facebook Live coffee break was co-hosted by CNA president Barb Shellian and Quebec board member Sylvain Brousseau. In addition to questions on healthy eating, seniors and home care, and the opioid crisis, Shellian and Brousseau asked questions from the audience on important issues such as pharmacare and the proposed new federal legislation on cannabis. See CNA’s Facebook page for photos from this event. See CNA’s Facebook page for photos from this event.
Town hall with New Democratic Party (NDP) leadership candidates
Date: September 6, 2017
Watch a recording on YouTube.
At our late summer Facebook Live town hall, NDP leadership candidates shared their health-care priorities with CNA president Barb Shellian. In addition to informing the general public, the town hall gave NDP members an opportunity to hear candidates’ views on important health-care issues in the lead-up to the election of a new party leader in October.
Registered nurses, nurse practitioners and Canadians were invited to join the discussion. Viewers forwarded questions for Shellian to ask during the Q-and-A segment.
The following NDP leadership candidates joined us for this event:
Town hall with Conservative Party of Canada leadership candidates
Date: May 11, 2017
Watch the recorded session on YouTube. View the PowerPoint presentation [PDF, 2.8 MB]
Nurses and other Canadians joined a discussion with two Conservative Party leadership candidates (all 13 were invited to participate) as they shared their views on important health-care issues:
This virtual event was moderated by CNA president Barb Shellian.
CNA, the national professional voice representing over 139,000 RNs and NPs in Canada, is a non-partisan organization that does not endorse or support any political party, platform or candidate. These virtual town halls and events aim to provide Canadians with relevant information to help them better evaluate the public policies of parties and candidates.