Watch inspiring speakers May Friedman, Ingrid Waldron, Fatimah Jackson-Best, and Cynthis Bruce at the 2019 CAM Conference.
In celebration of the 2019 International Day of the Midwife, CAM is inviting people around the world to dance in celebration of midwifery. What do #midwivesDeliver? RESPECT.
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.
In October, over 30 NACM members gathered at Kitigan Zibi to connect, share about their work and communities, learn, and plan for the future of Indigenous midwifery in Canada.
Highlights from CAM’s 17th Annual Conference in Gatineau, Quebec
Dr. Onye Nnorom to deliver Keynote Address on How Racism Impacts Health at CAM conference
Registration is NOW OPEN for the 2018 CAM Conference & Exhibit, AGM, Pre-Conference Workshops, and CAM Global Health Symposium!
Watch highlights of the March for More Midwives as well as guest speakers Jane Philpott, Celina Caesar-Chavannes and Katsi Kook.
A record-breaking 4,200 midwives from 112 countries attended the 31st ICM Triennial Congress to learn, share, meet and celebrate.
The Canadian Midwives Choir is scheduled to sing during the 2017 ICM Congress being held in Toronto June 18-22.
CAM invites you to its AGM in Toronto on June 18.
CAM’s reception on Parliament Hill celebrates the contributions that Canadian midwives make across the country and around the world.
CAM holds a reception on Parliament Hill to celebrate the contributions that Canadian midwives make across the country and around the world.
On International Day of the Midwife, people from across Canada and around the world answered our call to “Dance with and for Midwives”.
A selection of videos from midwives, families and supporters from across Canada and around the world dancing to Rise UP.