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AQC History



The AQC was founded in 2002 by four IBCLCs. The AQC was the first provincial association in Canada. To build a provincial association without a model or precedent, the successful board of directors showed ingenuity, perseverance and boundless energy.


FIRST TEN IBCLCs IN QUEBEC:

1. 1986 Patricia Jackson
2. 1989 Patricia Jones
3. 1991 Dany Gauthier
4. 1995 Luisa Ciofani
5. 1995 Sonia Semenic
6. 1995 Doris Albert
7. 1996 Carole Dobrich
8. 1996 Ginette Dumouchel
9. 1996 Angelina Fiorida
10. 1996 Lise Ross

Since then, the list continues to grow.

HERE ARE A FEW DATES TO REMEMBER:
1981: On May 21, 1981, the World Health Organization (WHO) adopted the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes. International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes
1990: Bill 4, allowing a trial-period of midwifery services in pilot projects, passed unanimously in the National Assembly.
1990: WHO & UNICEF Innocenti Declaration on the Protection, Promotion and Support of Breastfeeding.
1996: The Breastfeeding Committee for Canada was chosen as the national authority for the Canadian Baby-Friendly Initiative (BFI), working to implement measures throughout the provinces and territories.
1997: American Academy of Pediatrics policy on Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk
1999: Position paper on breastfeeding issued by the Quebec Nurses’ Association
1995-2000: Midwives pilot projects
2000: Regional breastfeeding committee
2001: Breastfeeding in Quebec guidelines
2001: There are 37 IBCLCs across the province
2002: Founding of the AQC – the first provincial association in Canada
2002: Position paper from the Quebec College of Dietitians on creating a favorable environment for breastfeeding
2003: AQC’s first Annual General Meeting
2003: Mention of breastfeeding in the 2003-2012 QUÉBEC PUBLIC HEALTH PROGRAM
2004: First AQC website was launched
2005: Private and professional insurance available to IBCLCs
2005: AQC’s statement on the Global Strategy on Infant and Young Child Feeding
2005: Position paper issued by the Canadian Paediatric Society
2006: Development of the AQC’s corporate image
2006: Revision of the WHO growth curves
2007: Recipient of the AQC Award: Odile Lapointe / Recipient of the Linda J. Smith Award: Lenore Goldfarb
2008: Recipient of the AQC Award: Ghislaine Reid
2008: 178 IBCLCs in Quebec
2008: Petition for the recognition of IBCLCs (from the AQC)
2008: Perinatal Policy by Health & Social Services of Quebec 2008-2018, p.57-59,139
2009: The Mouvement allaitement du Québec (MAQ) organization is created on April 7, 2009
2009: Recipient of the AQC Award: Naznin HĂ©bert / Recipient of the Linda J. Smith Award: Carole Dobrich
2009: Review and update of the Baby-Friendly Initiative
2009: Public Health Agency of Canada publishes The Canadian Maternity Experiences Survey
2010: 258 IBCLCs in Quebec
2010: Recipient of the AQC Award: Josée Paquin / Recipient of the Linda J. Smith Award: Marie-Josée Santerre
2011: Recipient of the Linda J. Smith Award: Manon MĂ©thot & Nancy Pilote
2012: Implementation of the new website
2012: 299 IBCLCs in Quebec
2012: American Academy of Pediatrics revised policy on Breastfeeding and the Use of Human Milk
2013: Creation of the Recognition Committee
2014: Position paper issued by the Quebec College of pharmacists
2014: Recipient of the Linda J. Smith Award: Lizanne Sénécal
2015: Recipient of the Linda J" Smith Award: Monique Michaud
2016: Recipients of the Linda J. Smith Award: Kimberley MacKenzie & Rosalie Sarasua
2017: 10th Anniversary AQC Conference
2017: Recipient of the AQC AWARD: Marie-Caroline Bergouignan/ Recipient of the Linda J. Smith Award: Isabelle Horth

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