If you are interested in a career as a midwife or maternal care worker, there are some training opportunities available at universities and colleges in Canada.

When available, we list midwifery and maternity care training programs and related material:

  • A TV phone-in show about Inuit maternity care:
    “Birth, a joyous community event”, May 2009Play the 2-hour video of “Birth, a joyous community event”

Part 1 Part 2 Part 3 | More details about this TV show

Authors: Vicki Van Wagner, RM, Brenda Epoo, Julie Nastapoka, and Evelyn Harnery, BA, SM

Journal of Midwifery and Women’s Health, Vol. 52, No. 4, July/August 2007

Other Midwifery Education Programs in Canada:

You can also find out about midwifery as a health career by going to Qaigitsi!, which is a database of universities and colleges that offer health-related programs.


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