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The College’s mission is to protect and serve the public interest through quality registered nursing regulation.

Our commitment to the public

The College’s role is to ensure that all registered nurses and nurse practitioners are qualified to provide safe, ethical care. Just like someone needs a license to drive a car, everyone who works as a registered nurse in Manitoba must be registered with the College.

Public participation in our regulatory and decision-making processes is critical. Together with the public, RNs, government, employers, educators, and other professional groups, we can ensure effective regulation of the registered nursing profession.

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Resources for the public

Taking Action

If you have questions about registered nursing, an RN’s registration status, or you have concerns about their conduct, these resources may be helpful.

Nurse Check

Search the public register to verify the status of RNs, RN(NP)s, graduate nurses (GNs) and graduate nurse practitioners RN(GNP)s.

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File a Complaint

Do you have a concern about an RN, RN(AP), or RN(NP)? Learn about our process and how we can support you

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Contact Us

Can’t find the answers you’re looking for? Do you need more information? Contact the College and our staff would be happy to assist you.

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Are you considering a career in registered nursing?

If you are considering a career in nursing, you should know that there are three regulated nursing professions in Manitoba:

While all nurses work together in the health system, each nursing profession has specific education requirements and areas of practice.

Learn more about becoming an RN