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Rewire News: Manitoba Indigenous Doula Initiative Empowers Women, Helps Keep Kids Out of Welfare System

Rewire News: Manitoba Indigenous Doula Initiative Empowers Women, Helps Keep Kids Out of Welfare System

Posted Sep 12th, 2018 in News Sidebar, In The News

Indigenous women are beautiful and powerful and resilient. They are worthy, and they deserve to be moms to their children.

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The McConnell Foundation: Indigenous doulas help keep families together in Winnipeg

The McConnell Foundation: Indigenous doulas help keep families together in Winnipeg

Posted May 25th, 2018 in News Sidebar, In The News

Dawn Lavand, 33, does everything she can to make sure childbirth is a joyous occasion for Indigenous women.

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University of Winnipeg : My First Field Placement with The Winnipeg Boldness Project: Supporting Winnipeg's Indigenous Doulas

University of Winnipeg : My First Field Placement with The Winnipeg Boldness Project: Supporting Winnipeg's Indigenous Doulas

Posted Aug 10th, 2017 in News Sidebar, In The News

Wiijiii’idiwag Ikwewagenvisions the Indigenous doula program as an important step toward reclaiming birth in defiance of Health Canada’s maternal evacuation policy.

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Today's Parent: Why many Northern Indigenous women are still relocated to deliver their babies

Today's Parent: Why many Northern Indigenous women are still relocated to deliver their babies

Posted Jun 29th, 2017 in News Sidebar, In The News

If you’re an Indigenous Canadian woman who lives on a remote or rural reserve, federal regulations require you to leave your home at 36 to 38 weeks to await the birth of your baby in an unfamiliar city.

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