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thumbnail January 3, 2019 First Midwife-Assisted B.C. Baby of 2019!
Hooray for the first midwife-assisted baby born in B.C. in 2019! It took a few days for all of the families and midwives to share their birth announcements (and get some much...
thumbnail January 3, 2019 Family celebrates birth of Langley’s first midwife-assisted baby in 2019
Newborn Ashlynn Midnight Moon received her middle name after the holiday she was born on–New Year’s Day. Parents Krista St. Louis and Jeffery Rawluk celebrated the birth...
thumbnail January 2, 2019 It's a girl!
The Sea to Sky corridor's first baby of the New Year was born in a home-assisted birth in Furry Creek with help from two midwives and a volunteer nurse. And while welcoming...
thumbnail January 1, 2019 First baby in B.C. Interior for 2019 named Hugo, born in Kelowna
It’s a boy. A baby who goes by the name Hugo was the first born in 2019 for both Kelowna and the Interior Health region. Hugo entered the world at 1:58 a.m. Jan. 1 at...
thumbnail January 1, 2019 Vernon New Year’s baby a girl born into Armstrong family
Armstrong’s youngest resident and the first baby to be born at the Vernon Jubilee Hospital in 2019 is a girl. After spending her first few hours without a name, dad Kevin...
thumbnail December 10, 2018 ST. PAUL’S HOSPITAL MIDWIVES INTEGRAL PART OF MATERNITY TEAM
First-time mother Margaux Delattre always knew she wanted to deliver her baby at St. Paul’s Hospital where she was confident she would receive the best possible treatment....
December 5, 2018 B.C. midwives seek added support amid high demand on Vancouver Island
According to the Midwives Association of B.C., more pregnant women on Vancouver Island use a midwife to help with the delivery of a child than anywhere else in Canada. the industry is seeking support to keep up with demand.
thumbnail December 2, 2018 Moms and midwives look for better rural care
The Midwives Association of BC (MABC) is asking the provincial government to provide more funding for maternity care in rural and indigenous communities. Ganga Jolicoeur,...
thumbnail November 26, 2018 Midwifery Services In Need Of Funds
PRINCE GEORGE - The growing demand for midwifery services has resulted in the Midwife Association of BC to call on the provincial government for increased funding. BC has...
thumbnail November 26, 2018 Advocacy grows for midwifery services in Prince Rupert
Having available midwifery services is about choice, and an advocacy group from Prince Rupert is calling for just that. On Nov. 14, the Prince Rupert Advocates for Midwifery...
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