More than 500 Winnipeg nurses to be offered new jobs after positions deleted
Air Date: Aug 15, 2017 6:05 PM CT
Health-care staffing changes have started as the Winnipeg Regional Health Authority prepares to replace two emergency departments with urgent care centres and completely close a third.
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