Who We Are

The Association of Regulated Nurses of Manitoba is the professional association representing licensed practical nurses (LPNs), registered psychiatric nurses (RPNs), nurse practitioners (NPs), registered nurses (RNs), graduate nurses, nursing students and former registered nurses in Manitoba.

Philosophy statement

We believe in supporting and promoting nursing across all settings – practice, education, research, leadership and policy. We believe in doing what’s best for our members and the health of people living in Manitoba. We further believe it is our responsibility to engage and inspire nurses to take pride in their profession and assume leadership in our community. We are champions of diversity, inclusivity, equity, social justice and democracy so we can all work together to create something better.


ARNM is the professional voice of nurses in Manitoba. We support nurses to be empowered health leaders across all settings to advance nursing and advocate for the public they serve. We promote and celebrate excellence in nursing.


Advancing the nursing profession and public policy as leaders in health.


  • We are here for members.
  • We foster pride in our profession.
  • We are honest and ethical in everything we do.
  • We find creative ways to accomplish big goals.
  • Together, we achieve more.

Strategic goals

  1. To inspire and promote excellence and innovation in nursing practice
  2. To elevate the nursing profession and promote nurses as leaders in healthcare
  3. To be a sustainable Association for nurses in Manitoba

Diversity position statement

ARNM affirms that equity, diversity, and inclusion are central to the promotion and practice of nursing and as a profession, we must continue to support the creation of a more equitable, diverse, and inclusive society.

Equity takes differences into account to ensure a fair process and, ultimately, a fair outcome. Equity recognizes that some groups were (and are) disadvantaged in accessing health services and are, therefore, underrepresented or marginalized. Diversity can be defined as the sum of the ways that people are both alike and different. When we recognize, value, and embrace diversity, we are recognizing, valuing, and embracing the uniqueness of each individual.

Inclusion means an environment in which all individuals are treated fairly and respectfully; are valued for their distinctive skills, experiences, and perspectives; have equal access to resources and opportunities, and can contribute fully to the organization’s success.

ARNM is governed by a board of directors. We encourage you to explore our website, give us a call or send an email to info@arnm.ca for more information.