Election Announcement

The Board of Directors of the College of Licensed Practical Nurses of Manitoba (CLPNM) is comprised of 12 members, six of whom are LPNs elected to the Board by the registrants on the active practising register of the CLPNM. The role of the LPNs elected to the Board by...

Report on LPN Long Term Care Survey

February, 2019, the CLPNM surveyed LPNs who have declared to the CLPNM that they work in long term care. The purpose of the survey was to gather information about the education, practice, experiences and perceptions of LPNs working in long term care environments. The...

Registration Fee Update

A change in registration fees is being proposed. The CLPNM recognizes that fee increases are never popular. However, we hope that LPNs will recognize the value of paying the equivalent of roughly $8 more per month ($100/12) to provide their professional regulatory...

The CLPNM Office is Undergoing Repairs

The CLPNM office is undergoing repairs after water damage caused us to close on February 26. The office is now open. However, until the repair work is complete: space in the reception area will be limited meeting space may be unavailable some staff members may not...

Survey on Entry-Level Competencies for Canadian LPNs

Dear Registrants and Key Stakeholders, We are writing to you to ask for your help with a very important initiative for the Licensed Practical Nurse (LPN) profession in Canada. The Canadian Council of Practical Nurse Regulators (CCPNR), is a group of eleven member...

LPNs are Authorized to View the Body

As of December 20, 2018, Manitoba’s Licensed Practical Nurses (LPNs) are formally authorized to “view the body” for the purposes of section 16(3)(a) of The Fatality Inquiries Act (FIA). “Viewing the body” refers to an external ...