Baby Bundle Project


Seventh Generation Midwives and Well Living House at St. Michael's Hospital have collaborated on a great new research study called The Baby Bundle Project. 

It is a 3-year research project for Indigenous families during and after pregnancy and birth. We want to learn more about the barriers and challenges pregnant Indigenous people face. Our aim is to improve services and service pathways for Indigenous families and help improve maternal and child outcomes.

Currently, we are seeking Indigenous pregnant individuals that are:

· Less than 24 weeks pregnant
· 15+ years of age
· Interested in receiving supports for their health and personal needs.

Participants that qualify are asked to complete 4 surveys: 2 prenatal and 2 postnatal.
Participating families will be given honoraria and additional resources. 

Are you or someone you know interested in participating?
Please contact us for more information or to be a part of the Baby Bundle Project!
You do not have to be a client or patient of Seventh Generation Midwives Toronto to be a part of this project.

Telephone: 416 530 7468

525 Dundas St E, 2nd Floor
Toronto ON M5A2B6


The Baby Bundle Project is part of a larger Indigenous-led program and research collaboration by Well Living House at the Centre for Urban Health Solutions (St. Michael’s Hospital), Seventh Generation Midwives Toronto, Nishnawbe Homes, and the Waakebiness-Bryce Institute at the University of Toronto’s Dalla Lana School for Public Health. This program is supported by Merck for Mothers global initiative focused on improving the health and wellbeing of mothers during pregnancy and birth.