Growing Families.

Meet Our Midwives  
Everly Sunshine • 7lbs 12oz • Jan 10
Supporting you


With expertise in promoting optimal pregnancy, physiologic birth, postpartum care, and care of the newborn, midwives can help pregnant people and their families achieve health and wellness through many stages of life.


Our team has changed! Julie Piggott and Lori Steele have been joined by Catha McMaster. We are open to new clients and welcome back clients we have served in the past.


COVID resources can be confusing. Please consult the following for up to date information and resources: BORN Ontario (Birth Outcomes Registry and Network)

To clients: we ask that you continue to wear a mask when you come to the clinic and please, self-screen at the door!


How to midwives help families on the birth journey? Discover the Learn More: Ontario midwifery video series — Presenting public information about Ontario midwifery care in honour of Black communities.

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Continuity of Care

A small group of known midwives will provide care throughout your pregnancy, labour, birth and the first six weeks following birth. Continuity of care ensures that a midwife you know will be at your labour and birth. Clients can contact a midwife 24 hours a day, 7 days a week with urgent concerns.

Choice of Birthplace

Choosing where to give birth is one of the decisions that your midwife will support you to make. Midwifery clients may decide to give birth safely at home, or in hospital. Midwives are the only health-care professionals who are specifically trained to attend out-of-hospital births. Midwives also attend births in hospitals. They are able to admit and discharge clients and access hospital resources needed by clients, including a consultation from a physician if there is a concern or complication.

Informed Decisions

Midwives recognize clients as the primary decision makers and provide informed choice in all aspects of care by, for example, providing information so that clients are informed when making decisions about preferences for their labour and birth, as well as any tests or interventions that are available.