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Brittany-Lyne (they/she) is in their first five years practice, yet is a seasoned community birth worker. They are the Treasurer for the Association of Ontario Midwives Board.  Brittany-Lyne received two degrees from Laurentian University (Women, Gender & Sexualities, and Midwifery) and started their Midwifery career at an urban Indigenous practice. Since then, Brittany-Lyne worked at Auduzhe Mino Nesewinong, an Indigenous COVID-19 Centre, helps as a Teaching Assistant for the Midwifery Education Program, and now practices as a Rural & Remote Locum Midwife. Brittany-Lyne is particularly passionate and interested in advancing Midwifery care in perinatal loss and abortion provision. Outside of Midwifery, they are known to consume heaps of thriller novels and chocolate. When feeling active, you can catch them cycling, tearing it up on the dance floor, or tending to their garden, cats and chickens.

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