BC Nurses' Union delays negotiations

2022-01-28 1:00:00 PM

The BC Nurses' Union is delaying a collective bargaining conference, raising concern among some members.

The BC Nurses' Union is delaying a collective bargaining conference, raising concern among some members.

The BC Nurses' Union is delaying a collective bargaining conference, raising concern among some members.

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