CGNA is an associate member of the Canadian Nurses Association (CNA) as a national nursing group. Please note that CGNA individual members are not members of CNA.
Please note that you do not need to be certified in gerontological nursing in order to become a member of CGNA.
(i) reached the age of 60; or
(ii) reached the age of 55 and maintained regular membership in the Association or other provincial gerontological nursing association for a total of 15 years, may become a retired member. A retired member shall have all the rights and privileges of regular members
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