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UNA’s Constitution and bylaws contain the rules by which our union is governed. The UNA Constitution may only be amended by a vote of two-thirds of the delegates present and voting at the union’s Annual General Meeting.

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Governing Documents
UNA Constitution613.24 KB
The Constitution is the set of fundamental principles according to which UNA is governed.
Policy and Procedures
Committees177.40 KB
A description of the internal committees which govern UNA
Funding2.41 MB
A description of the internal procedures and rules about how UNA funds its activities.
Meetings342.40 KB
A description of the important general meetings held annually by UNA.
Positions439.53 KB
A description of the policy positions taken by UNA.
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A request of every nurse in UNA: Please report all serious injuries!
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Implementation of Arbitration Decision Regarding Changing the Length of the Shift Cycle
A new Joint Statement outlining principles and guidelines jointly developed by United Nurses of Alberta and Alberta Health Services to support implementation of a recent arbitration decision related to changing the length of a shift cycle has now been posted.
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Grievance Workshop ~ Calgary
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