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  1. Hi! I’m also a previously unmatched candidate from the MD2019 group. I am also glad to provide some guidance/support for those who feel this would help. Residency Program Matched to : Family Medicine (2nd round 2019) Previously Unmatched: Yes (Anesthesia) Region: ON
  2. I have a friend who has received and invitation for the French Stream today!
  3. Anatomical Pathology: Diagnostic Radiology: Sherbrooke (March 15) Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: McGill - Gatineau (March 14), Dalhousie (March 15), Ottawa (March 15, March 16), Saskatoon (March 15, March 18), Sherbrooke - Moncton (March 16), Queen's (March 18), McMaster (March 18), McGill- Val d'Or (March 18), Regina (March 18), Calgary (March 19), NOSM (March 19) General Pathology: Saskatoon (March 15) Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: NOSM (March 17), Regina (March 18) Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbi
  4. Anatomical Pathology: Diagnostic Radiology: Sherbrooke (March 15) Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: McGill - Gatineau (March 14), Dalhousie (March 15th), Ottawa (March 15, March 16), Saskatoon (March 15, March 18), Sherbrooke - Moncton (March 16), Queen's (March 18), McMaster (March 18), McGill- Val d'Or (March 18), Regina (March 18), Calgary (March 19) General Pathology: Saskatoon (March 15) Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: NOSM (March 17), Regina (March 18) Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbiology: Neuro
  5. Anatomical Pathology: Diagnostic Radiology: Sherbrooke (March 15) Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: McGill - Gatineau (March 14), Dalhousie (March 15th), Ottawa (March 15, March 16), Saskatoon (March 15), Sherbrooke - Moncton (March 16), Queen's (March 18), McMaster (March 18) General Pathology: Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: NOSM (March 17) Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbiology: Neurology: Neurology-Pediatric: Neuropathology:  Nuclear Medicince: Pediatrics: Psychiatry:
  6. Anatomical Pathology: Diagnostic Radiology: Sherbrooke (March 15) Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: McGill - Gatineau (March 14), Dalhousie (March 15th), Ottawa (March 15, March 16), Saskatoon (March 15), Sherbrooke - Moncton (March 16), General Pathology: Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbiology: Neurology: Neurology-Pediatric: Neuropathology: Nuclear Medicince: Pediatrics: Psychiatry: Sherbrooke - Moncton (March 15) Public Health and Preventiv
  7. Anatomical Pathology: Diagnostic Radiology: Sherbrooke (March 15) Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: McGill - Gatineau (March 14), Dalhousie (March 15th) General Pathology: Hematological Pathology: Internal Medicine: Medical Genetics and Genomics: Medical Microbiology: Neurology: Neurology-Pediatric: Neuropathology: Nuclear Medicince: Pediatrics: Psychiatry: Sherbrooke - Moncton (March 15) Public Health and Preventive Medicine: Vascular Surgery:
  8. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), Ottawa (Dec 17), Sherbrooke (Dec 18) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12), Western (Dec 12), Dalhousie (Dec 14), McMaster (Dec 17), Montreal (17dec), Queens (Dec 18), Laval (dec 18), sask (dec 19), UBC (Dec 19), Calgary (Dec 20), Manitoba (Dec 20), She
  9. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec 3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8), Memorial(Dec 12) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (Dec 7), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Calgary (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7), McMaster (Dec 10), UBC (Dec 10) Emerg
  10. Anatomical Pathology: Queens (Dec 3), Calgary (Dec 3), Alberta (Dec 3), Western (Dec 4), Memorial (Dec 5), Laval (Dec 5), Toronto (Dec 6), McGill (Dec 6), UBC (Dec 6), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7) Anesthesiology: NOSM (Dec 7), Ottawa(Dec 8) Cardiac Surgery: Dermatology: Alberta (Dec 4) Diagnostic Radiology: Saskatchewan (Nov 27), Queen's (Dec 5), McGill (Dec 7), Dalhousie (Dec 7), Calgary (Dec 7), Manitoba (Dec 7) Emergency Medicine: Family Medicine: Ontario (Nov 28; IMG only), Laval (Nov 30)
  11. @Donald_DuckI figured I would, but I didn’t want to make it seem like I made up the date either! According to the schedule, you have two weeks of orientation from september 4th to september 14th. Last day of school is May 31st! Also, you will probably be getting an email with your log in information next week from what I’ve heard. I know it’s annoying to not know what your schedule looks like! I hope this helps!
  12. I can look at your 1st year schedule online! You should get your login information soon!
  13. The bags were all black until our class (MD2019) and yes, you usually get your bags fairly early in the first week of orientation if I remember correctly!
  14. Well, here's what I know: a friend of mine in the CNFS stream from my year got off the waitlist. The day before she got the call, her friend who was also in the CNFS stream was accepted to another med school and gave her spot at uOttawa. Another one of my friend in first year also got off from the CNFS waitlist and there is still 8 people in the CNFS stream in that class. In fact, for the past 4 years, there has been 8 CNFS student per class (max number), if the waitlist was separate, we wouldn't get the max number of CNFS students per year!
  15. There is lots of things that I could talk about regarding why the French stream is so awesome, but I'll try to keep it short! During your first two years, you can do electives in your free time at any hospital you choose to. Some electives aren't easy to secure at TOH (Emergency, for example), but are easier to secure at Montfort Hospital, so that's an advantage for the francophone students. In your 3rd year, you are mostly based at Montfort, except for some core rotations like Paediatrics (and for some Mandatory Selectives) that are done in English. In 4th year, the year you actually do your
  16. The official group should be created by Aesculapian Society executive students very soon!
  17. Francophone version: Statut de demande d'admission - Faculté de médecine - Université d'Ottawa
  18. Usually, the subject line is pretty vague! I remember my year I thought I didn't get in because of it, but then I saw the beginning of the message content and it started with: Congratulations! So the emotions I went through in the span of 0.2 seconds was pretty intense! Good luck to all of you!
  19. I can confirm that somebody did get accepted off the CNFS list last year, but I agree with @Donald_Duck, it's probably max 1-2 people.
  20. Yes. Instead of having multiple interview rooms like the anglophones, they only have 1 or 2 of them every interview day.
  21. They are the same dates as the anglophone stream ones!
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