NACM Co-Chairs Carol Couchie, Nishnawbe kwe, and Claire Dion Fletcher, Potawatomi-Lenape collaborated with Nathalie Pambrun, Métis, CAM President to issue a joint statement between NACM and CAM in response to the January 11 articles and viral video featuring a newborn seized from their mother by Manitoba officials.
Nathalie Pambrun becomes first Indigenous midwife to serve as CAM president.
Dr. Onye Nnorom to deliver Keynote Address on How Racism Impacts Health at CAM conference
Ontario ruling on pay equity will have ramifications across the country.
23% of CAM members participated and results reflect CAM’s Membership.
Member involvement in these initiatives is key to advancing CAM’s strategic objectives.
CAM signs an open letter to Canadian Ministers to end immigration detention in Canada.
Newfoundland is launching its first midwifery program in Gander.
NACM’s Co-chairs are satisfied that the project took meaningful steps towards restoring birth to Indigenous communities.