Maryam performs a mock checkup on a doll (Photograph by Kiana Hayeri)

Midwifery is in demand, but increasing school program capacity isn’t easy

Midwives are in demand across Canada, and students are keen to train. But universities can only admit 150 annually.
Association of Ontario Midwives: Storks Don’t Deliver Babies — Pay Equity Rally for Midwives

Why the term ’death midwife’ has actual midwives up in arms

As the taboo around death services wanes, a B.C. case shows how jealously guarded the birthing brand has become

$8 million spent to train eight midwives in Manitoba

Program to improve Aboriginal access halted

Meet Canada’s first male midwifery graduate

Otis Kryzanauskas graduates from McMaster
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Meet Canada’s first male midwife

He just graduated and is ready to deliver babies. But are moms up for it?
Otis the midwife

Meet McMaster’s first male midwife

Men are attracted to obstetrics, so why not midwifery?