Professional associations, universities and colleges, government agencies, and peer reviewed/scholarly journals are all excellent sources from which to retrieve articles and resources related to careers.
Association of Local Public Health Agencies (Alpha): this website provides information such as current job openings at Ontario's health units and descriptions of the various public health disciplines. It also includes links to training programs offered by the country's colleges and universities in health disciplines.
Canadian Public Health Association: a national, independent, not-for-profit, voluntary association representing public health in Canada. This website provides information for students on volunteering and internship opportunities.
Careers in Psychology: The student link available on the Canadian Psychological Association website provides information to students considering choosing psychology as a major, and/or a career in the field.
Ontario Job Futures: The Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities provides projected labour market information to help you make informed decisions about careers and education in medicine and health.
Pursuing an M.D. Degree - How to Become a Doctor in Canada: information on how to become a physician in Canada. It includes information related to both education and training as well as cost.