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You'll probably have to call the CPSO (for Ontario), and the college of other provinces you're interested in. Medical schools probably won't know either.


Here's what Queen's said when asking for a criminal check:


The majority of students will have checks resulting in a “clear” report, indicating that no police record was

found. A very few students may receive a “not clear” report. There are many circumstances that could lead to

this finding, and each such case will be considered individually. The School of Medicine reserves the right to

revoke an offer of admission or cancel registration based on a review of this Report.

If you have ever been convicted of a criminal offence for which you have not received a pardon, you are

strongly urged to consult with your provincial College of Physicians and Surgeons, as medical graduates with

criminal records may not be eligible to receive licensure to practise medicine.


He must have been carrying quite a bit to be charged. Or was it not weed?

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