Registered Nurse

To practice as a Registered Nurse in Atlantic Canada you must meet the educational requirements for entry to practice, which is a Bachelor of Nursing or a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) degree. One must also pass the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination as well as register with the appropriate provincial regulatory body.

Each of the four provinces in Atlantic Canada has its own application process. To access documents required for registration and licensure in Atlantic Canada, follow the links below.

Videos

Click here to view people from other countries speak (in english) about working in Atlantic Canada.

Nursing in Atlantic Canada:

College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia

The Association of Registered Nurses of Prince Edward Island

Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador

Nurses Association of New Brunswick

On this website, you will find videos of nurses from various countries sharing their experiences of coming to Canada, including what it was like to adjust to new lifestyles and nursing practice environments.



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Registered Nurse

To practice as a Registered Nurse in Atlantic Canada you must meet the educational requirements for entry to practice, which is a Bachelor of Nursing or a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) degree. One must also pass the Canadian Registered Nurse Examination as well as register with the appropriate provincial regulatory body.

Each of the four provinces in Atlantic Canada has its own application process. To access documents required for registration and licensure in Atlantic Canada, follow the links below.

Videos

Click here to view people from other countries speak (in english) about working in Atlantic Canada.

Nursing in Atlantic Canada:

College of Registered Nurses of Nova Scotia

The Association of Registered Nurses of Prince Edward Island

Association of Registered Nurses of Newfoundland and Labrador

Nurses Association of New Brunswick

On this website, you will find videos of nurses from various countries sharing their experiences of coming to Canada, including what it was like to adjust to new lifestyles and nursing practice environments.