“I am sure registered nurses will welcome this good news, especially in these unprecedented times,” SUN President Tracy Zambory said in a statement. “This preliminary agreement will undoubtedly be a heavy burden on the shoulders of registered nurses and provide them with the stability and security they desperately need in the face of a global pandemic.” In a press release issued Monday, SAHO said it had reached an agreement with the Union of Nurses of Saskatchewan (SUN). On Friday, SAHO announced that it had reached an agreement with SEIU-West. The Saskatchewan government said the contract was another milestone in reaching a new collective agreement with a single health authority in the province. “I thank SUN and SAHO Inc. for their joint efforts and commitment to secure this interim agreement.” . . . Details of the new treaty, which has yet to be ratified by both organizations, cannot yet be released. .
Read more: Interim contract execution for 11,500 health care workers in Saskatchewan. Read more: Nurses` union, NDP reacts to Saskatchewan`s rising COVID-19 cases According to the sun website, the previous contract with SAHO expired on March 31, 2018. The union represents more than 10,000 registered nurses in the province. . Sun represents more than 10,000 registered nurses in the province. “I am sure registered nurses will welcome this good news, especially in these unprecedented times,” said Tracy Zambory, Sun President. . Details are being communicated pending a ratification vote. . .
. The last contract between the parties expired on March 31, 2018. . SUN represents more than 10,000 registered nurses, registered psychiatric nurses and nurses (nurses). Medical staff are working on a computer terminal as they prepare for the opening of the COVID-19 Assessment Centre at Ottawa`s Brewer Park Arena during a media tour on Friday, March 13, 2020. The assessment centre, run by The Ottawa Hospital and CHEO, is an extraclinical clinic where people can be examined and tested for COVID-19 if needed. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Justin Tang. . “I am very pleased to have a successful negotiated solution with our largest health union, which provides additional stability as our health care system brings greater stability in the face of this pandemic,” said Paul Merriman, Minister of Health. The terms of the treaty that have yet to be ratified have not been published. .