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Table 2 Documents from the public domain reviewed

From: Barriers and facilitators related to implementation of regulated midwifery in Manitoba: a case study

Public Announcements (multi-media sources)/News Releases
 1. (Periodical) Midwifery to become autonomous in Manitoba (1997) Medical Post
 2. (Periodical) Legalizing midwifery has been a hard labor(1997) Medical Post
 3. (Periodical) MB spends $1 M on midwifery before legalizing its practice: Service to be paid for (1999) National Post
 4. (Newspaper) University eyes new BMW (1999) Canadian Press
 5. (Newspaper) Growing pains dog midwifery in province (2001)
 6. (News Release) (2004) First Aboriginal Midwifery Education Program to be established in Manitoba.
 7. (Public Announcement) (2006) Health Canada. Aboriginal Midwifery Education Program
 8. (Newspaper) Manitoba Health sat on midwife report (2008) Winnipeg Free Press
 9. (Web) University College of the North (Programs Approved by COPSE in 2009/10) Program Expansion announcement
 10. (News Release) (2009) Ministers Announce Expansion of Midwifery Training Program.
 11. (News Release) (2010) New birth centre to be developed in south Winnipeg
 12. (Newspaper) Birthing Centre disappoints (2012) Winnipeg Free Press
 13. (Newspaper) Few born at $3.5-million centre (2012) Winnipeg Free Press
 14. (Newspaper) Winnipeg’s new birthing centre ‘a colossal failure’ (2012) Winnipeg Sun
 15. (Newspaper)Manitoba mom-to-be miffed she can’t use empty birthing centre (2012) Winnipeg Sun
Internal Records
 1. Resolution from Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak Inc. RE: Midwifery Services to Aboriginal women (2002)