You can also use this guide to connect with peers, colleagues, and classmates. The CVMA Source Guide contains a listing of CVMA boards, committees and representatives, national and international veterinary medical associations, veterinary colleges and national species-specific groups.
Our veterinary ancestors created the CVMA to give Canada a strong national professional association and now you too must be committed and involved in moving the veterinary profession forward. We encourage you to get involved; visit the CVMA website to read timely veterinary news, read the CVMA’s e-newsletter Online from 339, attend our annual CVMA Convention, follow the CVMA on Twitter and Instagram, like the CVMA Facebook page, read The Canadian Veterinary Journal, participate in the CVMA’s annual awareness campaign Animal Health Week, provide feedback on matters of national importance by commenting on proposed position statements through the CVMA’s online member consultations, and/or volunteer on a CVMA Committee.
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