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Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association  
http://mpha.ca/

The Manitoba Pharmaceutical Association (MPhA) was established in 1878 and is the pharmacy regulatory and licensing authority in Manitoba. The principal mandate of MPhA is protection of the public.
To fulfill our mandate, the MPhA:

  • Registers and licenses pharmacists and pharmacies;
  • Ensures compliance with requirements, legislation and standards of pharmacy practice;
  • Supports continued maintenance of competence of practising pharmacists; and
  • Through continuous quality improvement strives for excellence in the provision of patient-centred pharmacy practice and improved patient health outcomes.

The MPhA is a founding member of Canada's National Association of Pharmacy Regulatory Authorities (NAPRA) and is a member of District Five of the National Association of Boards of Pharmacy (NABP). In 2004, the NABP awarded the MPhA the Fred T. Mahaffey Award in recognition of "outstanding efforts to protect public health and welfare".

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College of Midwives of British Columbia  
http://www.cmbc.bc.ca/
Forms the regulatory body for the profession of midwifery in the province of British Columbia. Registers qualified, competent midwives to provide safe, high quality care to women and their families. (See Details)
College of Midwives of Ontario  
http://www.zfc-consulting.com/webprojects/midwives/mss/home/index.asp
Regulates the practice of the profession and governing members according to legislation, regulations, and by-laws. Web site includes information on how to find a midwife in Ontario, by region. (See Details)
College of Midwives of Manitoba  
http://www.midwives.mb.ca/
Forms a self-regulating governing body whose main function is protection of the public by ensuring that midwives follow the standards of midwifery practice. (See Details)