For doctors, dentists and pharmacists

Doctors

All of Canada

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for International Medical Doctors (IMDs), more often called International Medical Graduates (IMGs) who wish to practice medicine in Canada.

The Canadian Medical Placement Service provides important information for IMGs who want to immigrate to Canada and practice medicine here.

The CanadaQBank website has information and links for IMGs about how to become licensed to practice medicine in the various provinces in Canada.

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The Canadian Resident Matching Service (CaRMS) is a non-profit organization that helps doctors to find residencies.

New Brunswick

Dalhousie University in Halifax, Nova Scotia, has a residency program for New Brunswick IMGs who are graduates of a medical school on the Foundation for Advancement of International Medical Education and Research (FAIMER) list.

The College of Physicians and Surgeons of New Brunswick is the governing body for the profession in the province, which sometimes grants provisional licenses to IMGs.

 

Dentists

All of Canada

Canadian Information Centre for InternationalCredentials providesinformation on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trained dentists.

The National Dental Examination Board of Canada is the organization responsible for establishing and maintaining a national standard of competence for dentists in Canada.

New Brunswick

The New Brunswick Dental Society (NBDS) website lists the requirements for licensure in the province of New Brunswick.

 

Pharmacists

All of Canada

The Canadian Information Centre for International Credentials provides information on requirements to practice, assessment of qualifications and other relevant information for foreign-trained pharmacists.

Foreign Credentials Referral Office provides useful resources for foreign-trained pharmacists.

New Brunswick

The Welcome NB fact sheet provides information to foreign-trained pharmacists wishing to practice in New Brunswick.