Voting Delegates for the RNANT/NU AGM Saturday April 25, 2015


RNANT/NU is seeking voting delegates for our AGM.  Delegates are able to vote either in person at the AGM or by phone.  If you are interested please contact the representative from your region:



Contact   Information

NT North Aklavik, Colville Lake, Deline, Fort Good Hope, Fort   McPherson, Holman, Inuvik, Norman Wells, Paulatuk, Sach’s Harbour,   Tsiigehtchic, Tuktoyaktuk and Tulita. Debbie ColquhounNT North Regional Member
NT SouthEnterprise, Fort Liard, Fort Providence, Fort Resolution,   Fort Simpson, Fort Smith, Gameti, Hay River, Jean Marie River, Kakisa,   Lutselk’e, Nahanni Butte, Rae-Edzo, Trout Lake, Wekweti, Wha Ti and Wrigley. Linda SimpsonNT South Regional Member
NU EastArtic Bay, Cape Dorset, Clyde River, Grise Fiord, Hall   Beach, Igloolik, Iqaluit, Kimmirut, Pangnirtung, Pond Inlet, Qikitarjauq and   Resolute Bay. Cathy RoseNU East Regional Member
NU WestArviat, Baker Lake, Bathurst Inlet, Cambridge Bay, Coral   Harbour, Chesterfield Inlet, Gjoa Haven, Kugluktuk, Pelly Bay, Rankin Inlet, Repulse   Bay, Sanikiluaq, Taloyoak, Umingmaktok and Whale Cove. Michael BlakeNU West Regional Member
Yellowknife Jo-Anne HubertNT Vice President




2015 AGM

Mark you Calendar this year’s AGM will be held at the Yellowknife Inn April 25, 2015 1:00 pm to 5:00 pm followed by the Members Banquet at 7:00pm

Tickets for the Dinner are $40.00 each.  Please click on the reservation form below.  Tickets can be purchased in person at the RNANT/NU office in the Monkey Tree Mall or by emailing Doris Leggett

2015 AGM Banquet Reservation Form

RNANT/NU is offering two Education Sessions: Presenter Barb Bancroft  

April 23, 2015 8:30 am to 3:30 pm

The Diabetic Heart, the Diabetic Kidney, the Diabetic the Nervous System

April 24, 2015 8:30 am to 3:30 pm

Pharmacology – A Class Act

Please click on the Reservation Form Below Seating is Limited

2015 AGM Education Form

 RNANT/NU is seeking a Representative for the CAAPN Nurse Practitioner Council

CAAPN’s mission is to improve the health of Canadians by promoting and influencing the development, growth and integration of Advanced Practice Nursing in health systems.  The Nurse Practitioner Council (NPC) is a sub-committee of the CAAPN Executive Committee and is an expert, representative voice for Canadian nurse practitioners.

Term:  2 Years

Commitment:  Attend minimum of 4 meetings annually via teleconference


  • RNANT/NU NP Member in good standing
  • Current Clinical Practice Experience
  • Current member of CAAPN or willing to become a CAAPN Member


If you are interested in the above position please send a letter of interest and a copy of your resume to Donna Stanley-Young, Executive Director RNANT/NU by  e-mail to or by fax to (867) 873-2336 by January 31st.

RNANT/NU Bylaw Revisions

Please be advised revisions have been made to Bylaw 2, Bylaw 3  Bylaw 4, Bylaw 11, Bylaw 17 and Bylaw 20.  Revisions to the Bylaws will require approval by RNANT/NU members at the Annual General Meeting on April 25th.  These Bylaws can be found on the Bylaw Page of the website.

November 03, 2014

A new tab has been added to our RNANT/NU website entitled:

                                                “Entry to Practice Exams”.

In this section, you can learn more about examinations for:

Registered Nurses – NCLEX – RN Examination

Nurse Practitioners – CNPE: F/AA (Family All Ages)


NCLEX- RN examination

Registration for this examination is now open. If you are an applicant who is planning to write the examination in 2015, please review the “Entry to Practice Exams” page of our website for more information.

CNPE: F/AA examination

The CNPE: F/AA examination is offered in Yellowknife two times a year in the spring and the fall.  If you are an applicant who is planning to write the examination in 2015, please contact the RNANT/NU office for more information.

Ebola Virus

RNANT/NU is aware of the Ebola outbreak in Africa and the recent cases in the United States are a concern for RNs.  Below is a link to the CNA’s Ebola Virus page on their website.  There you will find links to information about the Ebola Virus.

For nurses practicing in the Northwest Territories, you can contact the office of the Chief Public Health Officer at (867)920-8646 with any questions or concerns you may have.

For nurses practicing in Nunavut, you can contact the office of the Chief Public Health Officer at  with any questions or concerns you may have.

Tell CNA what you think!  Go to the CNA page of our website to complete a CNA Member Survey.  There is a change to win one of two $500 cash prizes.