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Professional people meeting and greetingThe associations listed below provide additional information about licensure and certification and offer professional development, education, and networking opportunities.

National

Canadian Association of Midwives
59 Riverview
Montréal, QC
H8R 3R9
Phone: 514-807-3668
Email: admin (at) canadianmidwives.org

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Provincial regulatory bodies

British Columbia
College of Midwives of British Columbia
Suite 207, 1682 West 7th Avenue,
Vancouver, B.C. V6J 4S6
Phone: 604-742-2230
Email: information (at) cmbc.bc.ca

Alberta
College of Midwives of Alberta
215, 1935 32 Avenue NE

Calgary, AB  T2E 7C8
Phone : 403 474-3999
E-mail: [email protected]

Saskatchewan
Saskatchewan College of Midwives
P.O. Box 32097
Regina, SK S4N 7L2
Phone: 306.781.1356
Email: [email protected]

Manitoba
College of Midwives of Manitoba
230-500 Portage Ave
Winnipeg, MB R3C 3X1
Phone: 204-783-4520
Email: [email protected]

Ontario
College of Midwives of Ontario
21 St. Clair Avenue East, Suite 303,
Toronto, Ontario M4T 1L9
Phone: 416-640-2252
Email: [email protected]

Quebec
Ordre des sages-femmes du Québec
4126, Rue Saint-Denis, Bureau 300
Montreal, QC  H2W 2M5
Phone: 514 286-1313
Email: [email protected]

Nova Scotia
Midwifery Regulatory Council of Nova Scotia
P.O. Box 488
1894 Barrington Street
Halifax NS B3J 2A8
Phone: 902-424 3218
Email: [email protected]

New Brunswick
Midwifery Council of New Brunswick
PO Box 20315
King’s Place PO
Fredericton, NB
E3B ON7
Phone: 506-300-0225
Email: [email protected]

Northwest Territories
Northwest Territories Health Professional Licensing (Midwifery)
Box 1320 – CST-8
Yellowknife NT X1A 2L9
Phone: 867-920-8058
Email: [email protected]

Nunavut
Government of Nunavut Professional Practice – Health & Social Services
Box 390
Kugluktuk NU X0B 0E0
Phone: 867-982-7655
Email: [email protected]

Immigrant networks

Professional immigrant networks are organized, volunteer-run member-based associations or networks created by and for immigrant professionals that seek to:

  • create a forum to contribute to and enrich their respective communities
  • provide opportunities for their members to find meaningful employment and achieve their professional goals

Activities of these networks include networking events, mentoring, information sessions, professional development opportunities such as workshops, speaker events and training and connections to employment opportunities.

Nova Scotia
isans: Immigrant Services Association of Nova Scotia 
isans helps newcomer professionals with their full economic and social integration in the province of Nova Scotia.

Ontario
Professional Immigrant Networks (TRIEC)