Each province or territory has certain requirements and paperwork that is required in order to get a licence to practice in that province or territory. Below are the different links for the provinces and territories in Canada and their requirements for practice. Follow the steps on their websites to become licensed in that province.
Please note that osteopathic physicians are licenced medical professionals and are regulated by these provinces whereas any form of manual osteopathic practitioners are not regulated by any governing body inside of Canada. An osteopathic degree conferred by a COCA accredited College of Osteopathic Medicine is recognized for full medical practice across Canada.
See Pathway 3 for Return to Practice Ontario: www.cpso.on.ca
See Here for Return to Practice British Columbia: www.cpsbc.ca
See here for Return to Practice Alberta: www.cpsa.ca
See here for Return to Practice Saskatchewan: www.cps.sk.ca/imis/
See here for Return to Practice Manitoba: www.cpsm.mb.ca
See here for Return to Practice Quebec: www.cmq.org
See here for Return to Practice New Brunswick: www.cpsnb.org
See here for Return to Practice Nova Scotia: www.cpsns.ns.ca
Prince Edward Island:
See here for Return to Practice Nova Scotia: www.cpspei.ca
See here for Return to practice Newfoundland: www.cpsnl.ca
See here to practice in Yukon: www.yukonmedicalcouncil.ca
See here to Practice in the Northwest Territories: www.hss.gov.nt.ca
See here to practice in Nunavut: www.nunavut-physicians.gov.nu.ca