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Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) Encouraged by Provincial Investments in Home and Community Care

Ottawa, Ontario, April 28, 2017 — The Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) is encouraged by the government of Ontario’s investments in home and community-based care, including $85 million over three years to support expanded home care and respite services, $18 million in new funding for community support services, and $100 million for the Ontario Dementia Strategy.

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Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) Restructures

Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) Restructures

Concentrates on Home and Community Care in Ontario and Nova Scotia

Ottawa, Ontario, November 25, 2015 – The Victorian Order of Nurses (VON) is ceasing operations in six provinces and decreasing the size of its head office in order to better serve clients and provincial government partners in Ontario and Nova Scotia, its two principal service areas.

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