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Study Looks at Rural Births in Canada

Nearly a fifth of rural Canadian women who give birth in hospital are travelling more than two hours to do that. That's according to new data released by the Canadian Institute for Health Information today.

Women in rural Yukon women have among the longest travel times in the country. Anne McFarlane is CIHI's Vice President of the Western Office based in Victoria. She spoke with Airplay guest host Tara McCarthy about the study.

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