‘Brain drain’: International medical grads in Saskatchewan struggle to become doctors

What if you left your home country, completed your education and professional training abroad, and then returned home only to discover you couldn’t get a license to work? What if, at the same time, there was a labor shortage of the expertise you hold? Well, that’s the problem Canada is having with medical doctors, and, and it invites us to ask, are we making it difficult for trained professionals to enter our workforce here in North Dakota because of bureaucracy?

This article was sourced from:

Jeremy Simes, Regina Leader Post


Josh Wolsky

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