Renovations at our clinic

We are excited to be expanding our clinic! Though with the excitement comes some necessary accommodations for renovations. We will be holding our clinic at the Toronto Birth Centre from November 28th until December 9, 2016. All inquiries, calls, and appointment bookings will still be directed to our clinic’s administrative offices 416-963-8842 (please do not contact the Birth Centre).

Toronto Birth Centre appointments info sheet:

Address: 525 Dundas St East. Toronto Second Floor

Subway: Get off at Castle Frank Station and take the #65 Parliament St Southbound Bus to Dundas

Street Car: 505 Dundas get off at Parliament or Sackville

Parking: Paid underground parking is available for visitors of the Toronto Birth Centre next door, behind the Paintbox Condominiums (225 Sackville Street).
Parking is $1.50/ half-hour or $5/day (2-8 hours)
Street parking is also available.

There may not always be MCT staff onsite at the Birth Centre. If you have any administrative questions please call our clinic at 416-963-8842. Please note that the staff of Seventh Generation Midwives and the Toronto Birth Centre are not available for administrative support to the clients of The Midwives Collective of Toronto.

Please follow the signs to direct you to our waiting area (TBC classroom).

We still ask that you call your midwives pager before your appointment to ensure that your appointment is “on as scheduled” before heading to the Toronto Birth Centre.

Thank you for your flexibility!

Annual MCT Picnic September 11th

Past clients and current clients of MCT it’s time to add the the annual reunion picnic date to your fall calendar! The picnic will be held Sunday, September 11th from 11am until 1pm.

It’s an opportunity see your midwives and pre-natal class friends again. The picnic will be held in the picnic area at the southeast corner of Dufferin Grove Park, which is located south of Bloor, East of Dufferin. It will be a potluck so we ask that you bring something small to share.

We will not be calling with reminders about the picnic this year (and moving forward) but if you would like to be contacted by email in the future please let us know at midwivescollective@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!

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MCT Annual Reunion Picnic

Past clients and current clients of MCT it’s time to add the the annual reunion picnic date to your fall calendar! The picnic will be held Sunday, September 13th from 11am until 1pm.

It’s an opportunity see your midwives and pre-natal class friends again. The picnic will be held in the picnic area at the southeast corner of Dufferin Grove Park, which is located south of Bloor, East of Dufferin. It will be a potluck so we ask that you bring something small to share.

We will not be calling with reminders about the picnic this year (and moving forward) but if you would like to be contacted by email in the future please let us know at midwivescollective@gmail.com

We hope to see you there!

Home Birth Information Night

Do you want to know about giving birth at home? The Midwives Collective of Toronto hosts Home Birth Information Nights for our clients and their families to help them make an informed decision about where they would like to give birth. You’ll have your questions answered by our experienced midwives and guest families that have chosen home birth.
Also on the agenda…
– Evidence-based information
– Birth equipment demonstration
– Water birth information
– Home Birth Q & A


FREE (suggested donation of $20 our Joshua Fund)


Upcoming Dates:

  • May 13, 2015
  • June 10, 2015
  • July 8, 2015
  • September 9, 2015

#MidwifeMondays on Twitter!

#MidwifeMondays is a new campaign that the Association of Ontario Midwives has launched asking midwifery clients and midwives to tweet messages about the value of midwives and midwifery care to Ontario Minister of Health and Long-Term Care Dr. Eric Hoskins and Premier Kathleen Wynne. The goal of this campaign is to ensure that they’re aware of the tremendous support that families have for their midwives and the incredible commitment that midwives have to their clients and their profession.

Join us every Monday in October and tell the Health Minister, the Premier and the twitterverse in general about why you value midwives. – See more at http://www.ontariomidwives.ca


I #valuemidwives because they supported my beautiful home birth @DrEricHoskins @Kathleen_Wynne #MidwifeMondays

Midwives Collective Moves Oct 15th!

We are excited to announce our move to a storefront space at 1203 Bloor St.W (between Dufferin and Landsdowne) on Oct.15, 2014.  Appointments booked on and after Oct.15th will take place in our TTC-accessible Bloor Street clinic.  Your midwife may make alternative arrangements with you for appointments between Oct.9-14th.

We look forward to this next chapter for the Midwives Collective of Toronto and appreciate your patience and support during this time.