The Council of Ontario Universities helps to regulate a high quality of standard throughout universities in Ontario and Canada. They work closely with both the provincial and federal government and their 20 institution members. Some of their main focuses are education, research, tuition, growth, enrolment, funding, accessibility, graduate studies and international relations.
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The National Occupational Classification is a comprehensive reference on occupations in Canada. It has 40000 job titles under 500 occupational description. These jobs fall under ten general occupational structures:
- business, finance and administration
- natural and applied sciences and related
- education, law and social, community and government services
- art, culture, recreation and sport
- sales and service
- trades, transport and equipment operators and related
- natural resources, agriculture, production and related
- manufacturing and utilities
NOC is published every five years (the most recent being 2011) and provides statistics and information on the evolution of Canada’s labour market. The 2006 NOC is also available online.
- brain sciences
- holland musculoskeletal research
- odette cancer research
- schulich heart research
- trauma, emergency and critical care
- veterans and community
- women and babies.
Sunnybrook also has a number of medical groups in fields such as x-ray imaging, cardiovascular MRI, obstetrical anesthesia research unit, brain repair and cognitive neurology. There are opportunities available for summer students, undergraduate students, graduate students and post-doctoral fellows.