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NACM Members Gathering 2016

Friday, October 28th, 2016 to Sunday, October 30th, 2016

To all NACM Student and Midwife Members, please join us for the annual Gathering in Victoria, BC.

Dear NACM Members,

You are invited to join together for the 11th annual Gathering of Aboriginal midwives and student midwives! NACM's annual Gathering is a time for being together, sharing and learning. We gain energy and support for the important work we are all doing to bring birth back to community.

Events will be held at the Esquimalt Nation Bighouse, the Songhees Wellness Centre (tentative) and the Empress Hotel.

Registration form

Please fill out this short online form.


Registration is open until October 1, 2016. Please register by this day - we want to make sure we have enough food and meeting space for us all!

Registration policies

The Gathering is open to NACM members only, specifically, midwives and student midwives who identify as Indigenous, Aboriginal, First Nations, Metis and/or Inuit.

If you are not yet part of NACM but meet the eligibility for membership, no problem! You may apply now, in time to attend the 2016 Gathering. Email the Coordinator to request a membership application: [email protected]

Symposium for Aboriginal Leadership

Sunday, November 06th, 2011 to Tuesday, November 08th, 2011

Hosted by the midwives at Six Nations, Ohseweken, ON

For the first time, NACM’s Gathering included a day open to Aboriginal Leadership, from First Nations, Inuit and Métis communities, to come and learn more about midwifery directly from midwives (Nov. 7th). Presentations by Aboriginal midwives working in diverse communities were given. Keynote addresses were given by Dr. Don Wilson, the first Aboriginal Obstetrician/Gynecologist in Canada and Katsi Cook, Aboriginal midwife. An evening program, including dinner and entertainment, closed the day. The day was attended by over 50 Aboriginal Midwives and students and approximately 40 guests from Aboriginal communities across Canada.  

Job Posting – Midwife - Sea Bird Island Band in B.C.

The MABC has been approached by the Seabird Island Band (Stolo Nation) near Agassiz, BC with an incredible opportunity. The Health Director, Carolyne Neufeld, is hoping to recruit a Midwife to work with the band, as part of their wonderful child/maternal health team. Please see attached job description for further detail.

For further clarification on this opportunity, please feel free to contact the MABC’s Executive Director, Ganga Jolicoeur, at the MABC office.