Search Organizations (English): Midwives

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Association of Ontario Midwives  
http://www.aom.on.ca/

Forms the professional body representing midwives and the practice of midwifery in the province of Ontario. Provides information on midwifery, and the location of midwifery practices to consumers.

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Alberta Association of Midwives  
http://www.alberta-midwives.com/index.php

Represents midwives and informs and educates the public about the role of midwives in today's health care system.

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Canadian Association of Midwives  
http://www.canadianmidwives.org/
Forms a national, professional association of both individual midwives across Canada and their professional associations. Web site provides lists of midwifery practices and midwives in each province and territory, relevant links, and the work, and initiatives of the association. // Forme un organisme national qui représente les personnes habilitées à exercer la profession de sage-femme au Canada (See Details)
Midwives Association of British Columbia  
http://www.bcmidwives.com/
Presents information for parents on the benefits of choosing a midwife for pregnancy and birth, how to locate a midwife in BC, the history and work of midwives in BC, as well as the routes to becoming a midwife. (See Details)
Midwives Alliance of North America  
http://www.mana.org/
Forms an organization to provide a nurturing forum for support and cooperation among midwives. Web site provides information on the organization, resources for midwives, and relevant links. (See Details)
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)
Birth Unlimited  
http://www.birthunlimited.ca/
Serves as a resource for people seeking information about natural birthing options in Calgary. Offers listings for those searching for a midwife, doula, doctor and other complementary health practitioner who are baby-friendly. (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)
Association of Midwives of Newfoundland and Labrador  
http://www.ucs.mun.ca/~pherbert/
Provides professional information for midwives, and promotes the recognition of the role of midwives. (See Details)
Midwives Association of NWT
Provides a framework for communication and support among midwives, including on-line discussions, conference calls, meetings, peer reviews and others.