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CCANS Newsletter Archives
CCANS shares new initiatives, announcements, successes and opportunities for learning and sharing with its members via an e-newsletter.
CCANS Partners with Surge Learning to offer Training and Management Resources to Members
CCANS is happy to announce an exciting new partnership with Canada’s Surge Learning to offer members preferred rates and deep discounts on their learning management system and management tools.
Michelle Thompson elected President of Continuing Care Association of Nova Scotia
Michelle Thompson, CEO, R.K. MacDonald Nursing Home in Antigonish, was elected president of the Continuing Care Association of Nova Scotia at its Virtual Annual General Meeting on June 25, 2020. Thompson is a graduate of St. Martha’s School of Nursing and St Francis...
From Pandemic to Pandemic 1920-2020 Celebrating Emily Olive Bain’s 100th Birthday
Born just as the second wave of the Spanish Flu ravaged Nova Scotia, Emily seemed destined to show the world that tragedy is not permanent and how one fills the time between tragedies defines the life of an individual.
A rose of gratitude …
This video tribute is our way of showing the many heroes who work in our continuing care sector across Nova Scotia. They are caring, compassionate and dedicated women and men who work in nursing homes, residential care facilities, small option and group homes,...
The quiet heroes in Nova Scotia’s Continuing Care Sector
As headlines about Canada’s long-term care sector rip through cyberspace, there are women and men in Nova Scotia’s nursing homes and community-based residential care facilities who are quietly caring for our loved ones in these uncertain times. Their dedication to...
Featuring partner Harding Medical
Harding Medical has been helping clients discover and enjoy the benefits of an independent lifestyle since 1987.
CCANS 2020 Bursary Winners!
A special shout out to Bonnie MacDonald who was recently awarded a $1000 bursary from the Continuing Care Association of Nova Scotia.
Recipients of the CCANS Bursary
We are excited to announce the recipients of the Continuing Care Association of Nova Scotia $1000 bursary beginning with Pam Chipp!