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The College of Midwives of Ontario was established with the proclamation of the Regulated Health Professions Act, 1991  (RHPA) and the Midwifery Act, 1991 on December 31, 1993 to govern midwifery. The mandate of the College is to regulate the profession of midwifery in accordance with the RHPA. The College’s primary obligation to the public is to ensure that members of the profession are qualified, skilled, and competent in the area in which they practise.

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Message from the Registrar – On Call

Note: This article was originally published in our Summer 2019 edition of our On Call newsletter, and has not been updated. The Harry Cayton report on the inquiry into the College of Dental Surgeons of British Columbia highlights important recommendations as they pertain to areas of governance, measurement of regulatory performance, external relationships, protection of the […]

Message from the President – On Call

Note: This article was originally published in our Summer 2019 edition of our On Call newsletter, and has not been updated. Dear midwives, stakeholders and members of the public, As you know in May and June, the College conducted a public consultation on the proposed changes to our Fees and Remuneration By-law to increase membership fees […]

Registration Renewal

Note: This article was originally published in our Summer 2019 edition of our On Call newsletter, and has not been updated. The Registration Renewal Module will open on August 1, 2019. Registration renewal for 2019-2020 is due October 1, 2019. It’s almost that time of year again! Registration renewals are due October 1, 2019. In order […]

Quality Assurance Program

Note: This article was originally published in our Summer 2019 edition of our On Call newsletter, and has not been updated. QAP reports are due October 1, 2019 and can be submitted through the Member Portal. The Quality Assurance Program (QAP) is designed to ensure that the knowledge, skill and judgment of Ontario midwives remains current […]

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