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**NEW** The CVMA is pleased to offer the opportunity to place a classified ad specifically geared towards Canadian veterinary students.  Employers wishing to offer Canadian veterinary students an option for an internship or externship at their practice will need to select the STUDENT category.  Ads in this category will be charged at a flat rate of $35 ($70 for non-members) for ads up to 700 characters.  Ads appear on-line for 30 days and in the next available print issue of The Canadian Veterinary Journal.

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B - Locums wanted

Have you ever wondered what it would be like to work at an emergency clinic and are hoping to expand your skills and knowledge? Would you like mentoring with unusual and interesting cases? If the answer is yes to these questions, then the Winnipeg Animal Emergency Hospital (WAEH) is the place for you! We are a privately owned practice and have been working in collaboration with Pembina Veterinary Hospital providing 24 hours service to Manitoba’s pets since 1973. We also work closely with many rescues, the Winnipeg Humane Society and Prairie Wildlife Rehabilitation Centre. Our case load has increased since COVID-19 and we need extra support during the weekends. WAEH is seeking locums to help on Saturday and/or Sunday day shifts. You would be working alongside very experienced veterinarians. Working at an emergency hospital is not as scary as it may seem, and you have the chance to choose the shifts you want! We offer a generous locum rate and a trial “paid” shift to see if it’s for you. If interested, please contact us.

Contact: Richelle Grantham, HR Manager, RVT, Winnipeg Emergency Hospital, 400 Pembina Highway, Winnipeg, Manitoba R3L 2E7; phone: (204) 452-9427; e-mail:

A - Veterinarians wanted

Are you looking for a rural area/small city to call home? Desire to practice high quality small, large, or mixed animal medicine, in the peace of a small town without the burden of 24/7 on call?? The South West Animal Health Centre (large animal) and Associate Pet Hospital (companion animal) are looking for two veterinarians to join our team in Swift Current. Swift Current is a small city of 18,000 on the Prairies of southwest Saskatchewan. It is located on the Trans Canada Highway only two-and-a-half hours from Regina, four hours from Calgary, and two hours north of the Montana border. We pride ourselves on providing excellent customer service and patient care, and at the same time, strive to provide work-life balance, in a supportive team atmosphere. The compensation package consists of a competitive base salary, production bonus, on-call stipend, after-hours fees, CE compensation, licensing fees, and a group insurance policy (disability, life, dental, health, eyes). Moving expenses negotiable. One DVM on-call at each clinic per night, one in four rotations dependant on staffing. Contact us for more info on everything we have to offer!

Contact: Dr. Sarah Allin, South West Animal Health Centre, Box 640, Swift Current, Saskatchewan S9H 3W7; phone: (306) 773-7899; e-mail:

P - Career Ads
Prince Edward Island

Assistant/Associate Professor - Small Animal Surgery - 12 month term position - Atlantic Veterinary College, University of Prince Edward Island.

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A - Veterinarians wanted

$10,000 signing bonus! Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital in Peterborough is looking for a
fourth veterinarian (full or part-time) to join our award-winning hospital. Advantages to joining our team include a salary of $120,000 commensurate with experience, four weeks vacation, professional dues paid, VIN and OVMA memberships, health and dental benefits, veterinary care at cost, balanced work schedule – four days per week and one-to-two half Saturdays per month. We are serviced by a local emergency clinic that is open 24-7 so no on-call hours necessary. We are CLOSED all long weekends and Sundays. We are a fun group more like a family with an excellent reputation in our community. Our support team is RVT heavy and is highly trained to assist with everything from medical notes to more advanced procedures so you can focus on being a doctor. We are a registered cat healthy practice, and practice low stress techniques with all patients. We welcome new and recent graduates to apply and offer them strong mentorship from our experienced veterinarians. If you’re interested, email us!

Contact: Mrs. Jennifer Tucker, Sherbrooke Heights Animal Hospital, 1625 Sherbrooke Street West, Unit 3, Peterborough, Ontario K9K 0E6; phone: (705) 745-5550; fax: (705) 745-5502; e-mail:

A - Veterinarians wanted
British Columbia

Amazing small animal DVM opportunity in Kitimat! Are you looking for a relaxed, affordable, and quiet lifestyle in one of the most picturesque areas of British Columbia? Are you searching for a welcoming environment led by an experienced Medical Director that is passionate about progressive medicine, mentorship, collaboration, and empowering others? Find everything you're looking for at Kitimat Veterinary Hospital. Our friendly and cohesive team understands the importance of client education, preventative medicine, and a team-based approach to patient care. If you are looking for a progressive environment where each individual is heard, and recognized for their unique contributions, we'd love to talk. Kitimat offers a unique blend of small-town peace, all the amenities you'll ever need, and quick access to unparalleled hiking, fishing, rock climbing, mountain biking, and other amazing outdoor activities. Kitimat is surrounded by old-growth forests, rivers, lakes, and mountains. The abundance of natural parks in the area, complete with salmon, moose, and grizzly bears makes the area a paradise for nature lovers, photographers, and those with an affinity for the Great Canadian Outdoors. If you're looking to escape the hustle and bustle of the city, get ahead financially, and simultaneously advance your career in an affordable town surrounded by beautiful wilderness - let's talk!

Contact: Mr. Matthew Verwey, Kitimat Veterinary Hospital, 587 Mountainview Square, Kitimat, British Columbia V8C 2N1; phone: (289) 218-7041; e-mail: