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Information for foreign-trained cardiology technologists

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Information on requirements to practise

The occupation of cardiology technologist is not regulated in Canada except in New Brunswick, where technologists are required to be registered with the New Brunswick Society of Cardiology Technologists. To practise in Canada, it is preferable for cardiology technologists to be registered with the Canadian Society of Cardiology Technologists (CSCT).
Affiliated with the Canadian Cardiovascular Society (CCS), the CSCT is the self-governing body that sets the standards for the profession and administers the examination and certification process for membership in the society. You may consult their CSCT Hand Guide about examination policies and procedures.

Information on assessment of qualifications

Foreign-trained cardiology technologists may contact the CSCT for an evaluation of their qualifications prior to arrival in Canada.
You should note that if you are already licensed to practise your occupation in a province or territory of Canada, and later wish to work in a non-regulated occupation, employers may request that you provide them with a formal assessment of your academic credentials.
If that is the case, or if you wish to have your credentials assessed for a purpose other than practising a regulated occupation in Canada, you may consult our Fact Sheet No. 2, "Assessment and recognition of credentials for the purpose of employment in Canada" and contact an academic credential evaluation service. Although evaluation services offer expert advice on how qualifications obtained abroad compare with academic credentials obtained in Canada, their evaluations are advisory only and do not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for employment or certification purposes in Canada. Please note that evaluation services charge a fee for their assessments.

Information on assessment for immigration purposes, under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is an immigration program administered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the department responsible for immigration to Canada.
CIC has listed this profession (NOC 3217) as an eligible occupation under the FSWP. To apply for immigration to Canada under this program, one of the requirements* is to obtain an “Educational Credential Assessment” (ECA) for immigration purposes from a CIC-designated organization. We invite you to communicate directly with one of the designated organizations to begin this process from outside Canada.
*It is important to note that this requirement is for immigration purposes only. It is separate from the process to obtain a license to practice from the relevant regulatory body listed below. Obtaining a license to practice is not required to apply for immigration.

Other relevant information

For a general description of duties and employment requirements, you can refer to the information prepared by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada regarding:

Specific Provincial/Territorial Information

 

You may also be interested in the CICIC information pages for:
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Information for foreign-trained medical sonographers

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Information on requirements to practise

Diagnostic medical sonographers are not formally regulated in Canada, but the accepted standard of proficiency is registry with the Canadian Association of Registered Diagnostic Ultrasound Professionals(CARDUP) and/or the American Registry of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (ARDMS).
Foreign-trained medical sonographers who desire more information about practising their profession in Canada should contact:
Canadian Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers (CSDMS)
P.O. Box 1220
Kemptville ON   K0G 1J0   Canada
Phone : 613-258-0855
Phone (alternate): 1-888-273-6746
Fax : 613-258-0899
Fax (alternate): 1-888-743-2952
Email : info@csdms.com
http://www.csdms.com/ 
Information about the Canadian Diagnostic Ultrasound Registry and details on requirements for foreign-trained sonographers may be found on the CARDUP Web site at http://www.cardup.org/rgt.php?pg=prq.

Information on assessment of qualifications

Please note that the Canadian Society of Diagnostic Medical Sonographers does not assess foreign qualifications. For this purpose, you may consult our Fact Sheet No. 2, which has been compiled to help individuals learn more about how to obtain an assessment of their qualifications for employment purposes in Canada. We draw to your attention the list of evaluation services in question 4 in this fact sheet. You may contact any of them for expert advice on how qualifications obtained abroad compare with credentials obtained in Canada. Please note that these assessments are advisory only and do not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for employment or licensure purposes in Canada.

Information on assessment for immigration purposes, under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is an immigration program administered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the department responsible for immigration to Canada.
CIC has listed this profession (NOC 3216) as an eligible occupation under the FSWP. To apply for immigration to Canada under this program, one of the requirements* is to obtain an “Educational Credential Assessment” (ECA) for immigration purposes from a CIC-designated organization. We invite you to communicate directly with one of the designated organizations to begin this process from outside Canada.
*It is important to note that this requirement is for immigration purposes only. It is separate from the process to obtain a license to practice from the relevant regulatory body listed below. Obtaining a license to practice is not required to apply for immigration.

Other relevant information

For a general description of duties and employment requirements, you can refer to the information prepared by Human Resources and Skills Development Canada regarding:

Specific Provincial/Territorial Information

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Information for foreign-trained medical radiation technologists

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Information on requirements to practise

The profession of medical radiation technologist is regulated in Alberta, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec, and Saskatchewan. In these provinces, you must be registered with the provincial regulatory body to practise and to use the designation assigned by that regulatory body. Therefore, once you know where you will settle and work in Canada, you should contact the appropriate regulatory body (see list below) for details on registration procedures.
In all other provinces and territories, the profession is not regulated; however, most employers will require proof of successful completion of the national certification exam, administered by the Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT), and proof of registration with the provincial professional association.

Information on assessment of qualifications

Foreign- trained medical radiation technologists must have their credentials assessed to establish their eligibility to write the CAMRT certification exam.
Alberta, Ontario and Quebec assess the credentials for international applicants who wish to work in their province. CAMRT performs the assessment of credentials on behalf of all other provinces. Please note that there is a fee for this assessment.
Review CAMRT’s information for international applicants or contact them at:
Canadian Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (CAMRT)
85 Albert Street, Suite 1000
Ottawa ON   K1P 6A4   Canada
Phone : 613-234-0012
Phone (alternate): 1-800-463-9729
Fax : 613-234-1097
Email : info@camrt.ca
http://www.camrt.ca/ 
You should note that if you are already licensed to practise your occupation in a province or territory of Canada, and later wish to work in a non-regulated occupation, employers may request that you provide them with a formal assessment of your academic credentials.
If that is the case, or if you wish to have your credentials assessed for a purpose other than practising a regulated occupation in Canada, you may consult our Fact Sheet No. 2, "Assessment and recognition of credentials for the purpose of employment in Canada" and contact an academic credential evaluation service. Although evaluation services offer expert advice on how qualifications obtained abroad compare with academic credentials obtained in Canada, their evaluations are advisory only and do not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for employment or certification purposes in Canada. Please note that evaluation services charge a fee for their assessments.

Information on assessment for immigration purposes, under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is an immigration program administered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the department responsible for immigration to Canada.
CIC has listed this profession (NOC 3215) as an eligible occupation under the FSWP. To apply for immigration to Canada under this program, one of the requirements* is to obtain an “Educational Credential Assessment” (ECA) for immigration purposes from a CIC-designated organization. We invite you to communicate directly with one of the designated organizations to begin this process from outside Canada.
*It is important to note that this requirement is for immigration purposes only. It is separate from the process to obtain a license to practice from the relevant regulatory body listed below. Obtaining a license to practice is not required to apply for immigration.

Specific Provincial/Territorial Information


Other relevant information

National Occupational Classification (NOC) Profile for Medical Radiation Technologists

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Alberta

Alberta College of Medical Diagnostic & Therapeutic Technologists (ACMDTT)
800, 4445 Calgary Trail
Edmonton AB   T6H 5R7   Canada
Phone : 780-487-6130
Phone (alternate): 1-800-282-2165
Fax : 780-432-9106
Email : info@acmdtt.com
http://www.acmdtt.com/ 

New Brunswick

New Brunswick Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (NBAMRT)
Memramcook Institute, Suite 129
488 rue Centrale
Memramcook NB   E4K 3S6    Canada
Phone : 506-758-0302
Phone (alternate): 1-800-268-2511
Email : registrar@nbamrt.ca
http://www.nbamrt.ca/ 

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (NSAMRT)
P.O. Box 9410, Station A
Halifax NS   B3K 5S3   Canada
Phone : 902-434-6525
Phone (alternate): 1-866-788-6525
Fax : 902-425-2441
Email : info@nsamrt.ca
http://nsamrt.ca/ 

Ontario

College of Medical Radiation Technologists of Ontario (CMRTO)
375 University Avenue, Suite 300
Toronto ON   M5G 2J5   Canada
Phone : 416-975-4353
Phone (alternate): 1-800-563-5847
Fax : 416-975-4355
Email : info@cmrto.org
http://www.cmrto.org/ 

Quebec

Ordre des technologues en radiologie du Québec (OTRQ)
6455 rue Jean-Talon Est
Bureau 401
Montréal QC   H1S 3E8   Canada
Phone : 514-351-0052
Phone (alternate): 1-800-361-8759
Fax : 514-355-2396
Email : info@otimro.qc.ca
http://www.otrq.qc.ca/ 

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (SAMRT)
218 - 408 Broad Street
Regina SK   S4R 1X3   Canada
Phone : 306-525-9678
Fax : 306-525-9680
Email : samrtofc@sasktel.net
http://samrt.org/ 
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British Columbia

British Columbia Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (BCMRT)
102 - 211 Columbia Street
Vancouver BC   V6A 2R5   Canada
Phone : 604-682-8171
Phone (alternate): 1-800-990-7090
Fax : 604-681-4545
Email : office@bcamrt.bc.ca
http://www.bcamrt.bc.ca/ 

Manitoba

Manitoba Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (MAMRT)
202 - 819 Sargent Avenue
Winnipeg MB   R3E 0B9   Canada
Phone : 204-774-5346
Fax : 204-744-5346
Email : admin@mamrt.ca
http://www.mamrt.ca/ 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (NLAMRT)
P.O. Box 29141, Torbay Road Post Office
St. John's NL   A1A 5B5   Canada
Phone : 709-777-6036
Email : association@nlamrt.ca
http://www.nlamrt.ca/ 

Ontario

Ontario Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (OAMRS)
P.O. Box 1054
Brantford ON   N3T 5S7   Canada
Phone : 519-753-6037
Phone (alternate): 1-800-387-4674
Fax : 519-753-6408
Email : inquiries@oamrt.on.ca
http://www.oamrt.on.ca/ 

Prince Edward Island


Prince Edward Island Association of Medical Radiation Technologists (PEIAMRT)
61 Queen Elizabeth Dr.
Charlottetown PE   C1A 3A8   Canada
Email : peiamrtregistrar@bellaliant.net
http://www.peiamrt.ca/ 
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Information for foreign-trained respiratory therapists

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Registered respiratory therapist (Photo credit: Wikipedia)

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Information on requirements to practise

The profession of respiratory therapist is regulated Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan. In these provinces, it is illegal to practise the profession of respiratory therapist without being licensed as a full member in the relevant provincial regulatory body. Provincial regulatory bodies of respiratory therapists are responsible for setting the standards for entry into the profession and for issuing licences to those who meet established standards of qualifications and practice. Applicants in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Nova Scotia and Ontario must pass the registration exam set by the Canadian Board for Respiratory Care, or for Quebec, l’Épreuve Synthèse du Programme.
In those provinces and territories where the profession is not regulated, employers still require respiratory therapists (RTs) to have completed RT education in an accredited program, passed the national registration exam, and be a member of the Canadian Society for Respiratory Therapy (CSRT). The CSRT is a professional association for all RTs in Canada, and the credentialing body for RTs in non-regulated jurisdictions. Becoming a CSRT member allows RTs in non-regulated jurisdictions to use the title of registered respiratory therapist (RRT).

Information on assessment of qualifications

Once you know where you will settle and work in Canada, you should contact the provincial regulatory body (see list below). For non-regulated provinces (British Columbia and Prince Edward Island), contact the CSRT for further information about assessment procedures. Although these associations will provide information on requirements to practise, they are not set up to assess foreign credentials prior to your arrival in Canada.
Foreign-trained respiratory therapists may contact the Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists for information about their assessment mechanism for foreign qualifications.
Canadian Society of Respiratory Therapists (CSRT)
331 Cooper St., Suite 400
Ottawa ON   K2P 0G5   Canada
Phone : 613-731-3164
Phone (alternate): 1-800-267-3422
Fax : 613-521-4314
Email : info@csrt.com
http://www.csrt.com/ 
You may also consult our Fact Sheet No. 2, which has been compiled to help individuals learn more about how to obtain an assessment of their qualifications for employment purposes in Canada. We draw to your attention the list of evaluation services in question 4 in this fact sheet. Although these services offer expert advice on how qualifications obtained abroad compare with credentials obtained in a Canadian province or territory, the evaluation is advisory only and does not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for employment or certification purposes in Canada.

Information on assessment for immigration purposes, under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is an immigration program administered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the department responsible for immigration to Canada.
CIC has listed this profession (NOC 3214) as an eligible occupation under the FSWP. To apply for immigration to Canada under this program, one of the requirements* is to obtain an “Educational Credential Assessment” (ECA) for immigration purposes from a CIC-designated organization. We invite you to communicate directly with one of the designated organizations to begin this process from outside Canada.
*It is important to note that this requirement is for immigration purposes only. It is separate from the process to obtain a license to practice from the relevant regulatory body listed below. Obtaining a license to practice is not required to apply for immigration.

Other relevant information

For a general description of duties and employment requirements, you can refer to the information prepared by Human Resources Development Canada regarding:

Specific Provincial/Territorial Information



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Alberta

College and Association of Respiratory Therapists of Alberta (CARTA)
6715-8th Street N.E., Suite 370
Calgary AB   T2E 7H7   Canada
Phone : 403-274-1828
Phone (alternate): 1-800-205-2778
Fax : 403-274-9703
Email : Denise.Holmberg@carta.ca
http://www.carta.ca/ 

Manitoba

Manitoba Association of Registered Respiratory Therapists (MARRT)
206 - 629 McDermot Ave
Winnipeg MB   R3A 1P6    Canada
Phone : 204-944-8081
Email : register@marrt.org
http://www.marrt.org/ 

New Brunswick

New Brunswick Association of Respiratory Therapists (NBART)
500 St. George St.
Moncton NB   E1C 1Y3   Canada
Phone : 506-389-7813
Phone (alternate): 1-877-334-1851
Fax : 506-389-7814
Email : info@nbart.ca
http://www.nbart.ca 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador College of Respiratory Therapists (NLCRT)
Suite 133, Unit 50 Hamlyn Road Plaza
St. John's NL   A1E 5X7   Canada
Phone : 709-777-5707
Fax : 709-368-8830
Email : nlcrt@nlcrt.ca
http://www.nlcrt.ca/ 

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia College of Respiratory Therapy (NSCRT)
Suite 700 - 6009 Quinpool Road
Halifax NS   B3K 5J7   Canada
Phone : 902-425-2445
Fax : 902-425-2441
Email : registrar@nscrt.com
http://www.nscrt.com/ 

Ontario

College of Respiratory Therapists of Ontario (CRTO)
180 Dundas Street West, Suite 2103
Toronto ON   M5G 1Z8   Canada
Phone : 416-591-7800
Phone (alternate): 1-800-261-0528
Fax : 416-591-7890
Email : questions@crto.on.ca
http://www.crto.on.ca/ 

Quebec

Ordre professionnel des inhalothérapeutes du Québec (OPIQ)
721 - 1440 Ste-Catherine Ouest
Montréal QC   H3H 1R8   Canada
Phone : 514-931-2900
Phone (alternate): 1-800-561-0029
Fax : 514-931-3621
Email : info@opiq.qc.ca
http://www.opiq.qc.ca/ 

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan College of Respiratory Therapists (SCRT)
218-408 Broad Street
Regina SK   S4R 1X3   Canada
Phone : 1-877-789-3359
Fax : 306-789-3358
Email : info@scrt.ca
http://www.scrt.ca/ 

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British Columbia

British Columbia Society of Respiratory Therapists (BCSRT)
P.O.. Box 4760
Vancouver BC   V6B 4A4   Canada
Phone : 604-623-2227
Email : secretary.bcsrt@gmail.com
http://www.bcsrt.ca/ 

Ontario

Respiratory Therapy Society of Ontario (RTSO)
160-2 County Court Blvd., Suite 440
Brampton ON   L6W 4V1   Canada
Phone : 647-729-2717
Phone (alternate): 1-855-297-3089
Fax : 647-729-2715
Email : office@rtso.ca
http://www.rtso.ca/ 
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Information for foreign-trained medical laboratory technologists


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Information on requirements to practise

The profession of medical laboratory technologist is regulated in Alberta, Manitoba, New Brunswick, Newfoundland and Labrador, Nova Scotia, Ontario, Quebec and Saskatchewan, where regulatory bodies (also called regulatory colleges) establish the rules and regulations that determine who may practice as a medical laboratory technologist. Their primary role is to protect the public. If you wish to work as a technologist in any of these provinces, you must be registered with the regulatory body (see list below).
The Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS) works in partnership with provincial regulatory bodies, but is a completely separate organization. Its primary role is to advocate and certify people in the profession. This certification is accepted across Canada and is required in the provinces and territories that do not yet have an individual regulatory body.
Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS)
P.O. Box 2830, LCD 1
Hamilton ON   L8N 3N8   Canada
Phone : 905-528-8642
Phone (alternate): 1-800-263-8277
Fax : 905-528-4968
Email : pla@csmls.org
http://www.csmls.org/ 
CSMLS certifies in the following disciplines:
  • General Medical Laboratory Technologist
  • Clinical Genetics
  • Diagnostic Cytology
  • Medical Laboratory Assistant
General Medical Laboratory Technologists must be competent in these five disciplines: clinical chemistry, hematology, clinical microbiology, transfusion science, and histotechnology. Diagnostic cytology technologists must be competent in both gynecological and non-gynecological analysis.Clinical genetics technologists must be competent in both cytogenetics and molecular genetics.
Eligibility requirements to the CSMLS Medical Laboratory Technology certification examinations involve completion of an accredited educational program or a two-step prior learning assessment process to evaluate their education, training and work experience for equivalency (Seehttp://www.csmls.org/Certification/Certification-Process/IEMLT.aspx?lang=en-CA).

Information on assessment of qualifications

CSMLS has a prior learning assessment process available to foreign-trained medical laboratory technologists before or after arrival in Canada. For further information on this process, consult their online information athttp://www.csmls.org/Certification/Certification-Process/IEMLT.aspx?lang=en-CA, or contact CSMLS:
Canadian Society for Medical Laboratory Science (CSMLS)
P.O. Box 2830, LCD 1
Hamilton ON   L8N 3N8   Canada
Phone : 905-528-8642
Phone (alternate): 1-800-263-8277
Fax : 905-528-4968
Email : pla@csmls.org
http://www.csmls.org/ 
You should note that if you are already licensed to practise your occupation in a province or territory of Canada, and later wish to work in a non-regulated occupation, employers may request that you provide them with a formal assessment of your academic credentials.
If that is the case, or if you wish to have your credentials assessed for a purpose other than practising a regulated occupation in Canada, you may consult our Fact Sheet No. 2, "Assessment and recognition of credentials for the purpose of employment in Canada" and contact an academic credential evaluation service. Although evaluation services offer expert advice on how qualifications obtained abroad compare with academic credentials obtained in Canada, their evaluations are advisory only and do not guarantee recognition of your qualifications for employment or certification purposes in Canada. Please note that evaluation services charge a fee for their assessments.

Information on assessment for immigration purposes, under the Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP)

The Federal Skilled Worker Program (FSWP) is an immigration program administered by Citizenship and Immigration Canada (CIC), the department responsible for immigration to Canada.
CIC has listed this profession (NOC 3211) as an eligible occupation under the FSWP. To apply for immigration to Canada under this program, one of the requirements* is to obtain an “Educational Credential Assessment” (ECA) for immigration purposes from a CIC-designated organization. We invite you to communicate directly with one of the designated organizations to begin this process from outside Canada.
*It is important to note that this requirement is for immigration purposes only. It is separate from the process to obtain a license to practice from the relevant regulatory body listed below. Obtaining a license to practice is not required to apply for immigration.

Specific provincial/territorial information

Other relevant information

National Occupational Classification (NOC) Profile for:

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Alberta

Alberta College of Medical Laboratory Technologists (ACMLT)
301-9426 51 Avenue NW
Edmonton AB   T6E 5A6   Canada
Phone : 780-435-5452
Phone (alternate): 1-800-265-9351
Fax : 780-437-1442
Email : info@acmlt.org
http://www.acmlt.org/ 

Manitoba

College of Medical Laboratory Technologists of Manitoba (CMLTM)
146-2025 Corydon Avenue
Winnipeg MB   R3P 0N5   Canada
Phone : 204-231-0311
Fax : 204-489-7300
Email : cmltm@cmltm.ca
http://www.cmltm.ca/ 

New Brunswick

New Brunswick Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (NBSMLT)
P.O Box 1812
Moncton NB   E1C 9X6   Canada
Phone : 506-758-9956
Fax : 506-758-9963
Email : registrar@nbsmlt.nb.ca
http://www.nbsmlt.nb.ca 

Newfoundland and Labrador

Newfoundland and Labrador College of Medical Laboratory Sciences (NLCMLS)
P.O. Box 39057, 430 Topsail Road
St. John's NL   A1E 5Y7   Canada
Phone : 709-754-8324
http://www.nlcmls.ca/ 

Nova Scotia

Nova Scotia College of Medical Laboratory Technologists (NSCMLT)
25 Wentworth Street, Suite 205
Dartmouth NS   B2Y 2S7   Canada
Phone : 902-453-9605
Phone (alternate): 1-888-897-4095
Fax : 902-454-3535
Email : nscmltoffice@ns.aliantzinc.ca
http://www.nscmlt.org/ 

Ontario

College of Medical Laboratory Technologists of Ontario (CMLTO)
36 Toronto Street, Suite 950
Toronto ON   M5C 2C5   Canada
Phone : 416-861-9605
Phone (alternate): 1-800-323-9672
Fax : 416-861-0934
Email : mail@cmlto.com
http://www.cmlto.com/ 

Quebec

Ordre professionnel des technologistes médicaux du Québec (OPTMQ)
281, avenue Laurier Est
Montréal QC   H2T 1G2   Canada
Phone : 514-527-9811
Phone (alternate): 1-800-567-7763
Fax : 514-527-7314
Email : optmq@optmq.org
http://www.optmq.org/ 

Saskatchewan

Saskatchewan Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (SSMLT)
P.O. Box 3837
Regina SK   S4P 3R8   Canada
Phone : 306-352-6791
Phone (alternate): 1-877-334-3301
Fax : 306-352-6791
Email : exec.dir@ssmlt.ca
http://www.ssmlt.ca/ 

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British Columbia

British Columbia Society of Laboratory Science (BCSLS)
720-999 West Broadway Avenue
Vancouver BC   V5Z 1K5   Canada
Phone : 604-714-1760
Phone (alternate): 1-800-304-0033
Fax : 604-738-4080
Email : bcsls@bcsls.net
http://www.bcsls.net/ 

Manitoba

Manitoba Association of Medical Laboratory Science (MAMLS)
585 London Street
Winnipeg MB   R2K 2Z6   Canada
Phone : 204-669-9050
Fax : 204-667-1747
Email : mamls@mts.net
http://www.mamls.ca/ 

Ontario

Ontario Society of Medical Technologists (OSMT)
234 Eglinton Avenue East, Suite 402
Toronto ON   M4P 1K5   Canada
Phone : 416-485-6768
Phone (alternate): 1-800-461-6768
Fax : 416-485-7660
Email : osmt@osmt.org
http://www.osmt.org/ 

Prince Edward Island


Prince Edward Island Society of Medical Laboratory Technologists (PEISMT)
c/o QE Hospital
P.O. Box 6600
Charlottetown PE   C1A 8T5   Canada
Phone : 902-894-2300
Fax : 902-894-2385
Email : peismt@gmail.com
http://www.peismt.org/