Midwives provide care during pregnancy, birth and for six weeks postpartum. The Canadian Association of Midwives is working to ensure that everyone in Canada has access to midwifery care. >>>
CAM/NACM commemorative scarf

CAM/NACM Scarf

Our NEW SILK SCARF commemorates the historic signing of a Memorandum of Understanding between the National Council of Midwives (NACM) and the Canadian Association of Midwives (CAM) which recognizes and promotes NACM as the national voice and leading authority on Indigenous midwifery and Indigenous reproductive health.

The scarf features the CAM parent and child logo encircling the National Aboriginal Council of Midwives icon. Click here to order yours! >>>

The Pinard, Fall 2017

The Pinard, Fall 2017

INSIDE THIS ISSUE:

  • A message from CAM’s Director!
  • News from the 2017 ICM Congress in Toronto!
  • Historic signing of CAM & NACM memorandum of understanding
  • The ICM March for More Midwives event!
  • Canadian government announces investments to midwifery!
  • ICM fund meet & greet at Toronto Birth Centre
  • Strong Indigenous presence at ICM
  • CAM-Global projects well represented at ICM
  • And much more! >>>
Emergency Skills Workshops

Canadian Emergency Skills Programs

Providing continuing education in critical emergency skills within a midwifery context both in-hospital and out-of-hospital settings.  >>>

Number of midwives per province and territory, 2016

The number of midwives in Canada is growing each year. Learn more about midwifery stats. >>>

CAM president Katrina Kilroy leads the March for More Midwives, Toronto ON

SEE OUR ICM CONGRESS PHOTOS 4,200 Midwives from 112 countries invaded Toronto last June for the 31st ICM Triennial Congress. >>>

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CAM Global, Tanzania

CAM Global

Working in partnership with midwifery associations around the world to support midwives to do life-saving work. >>>
NACM

NACM

The National Aboriginal Council of Midwives advocates for midwifery education, services, and choice of birthplace for all Aboriginal communities. >>>