I'm re-posting a topic here (which doesn't directly relate to Immigration) upon a senior member's advice.
My wife has recently immigrated to Canada and looking for medical opportunities. She passed MBBS (Bachelor in Medicine & Surgery), a 5-year medical program in 2009 from Bangladesh; finished 1-year mandatory internship/residency in 2010 and worked as a Medical Officer in Gynaecology & Obctetrics department of a medical hospital till she came here. I'm very much aware that it will be extremely hard for her to qualify as a Doctor in Canada. Some even say that it's close to impossible. Yet, I'm trying to do best for her and hence asking your advice:
Passing from a common-wealth country, she doesn't have an MD degree rather has a Bachelor degree in medicine. Are these two equivalent? Her medical school is WHO/ FAIMER approved. 
In order to be accepted into Residency Programs, does she have to have at least one  year of continuous medical practice within the previous four years? Does it have to be within Canada? I really don't get this part. Refer to QORAX
's post (http://www.canadavisa.com/canada-immigration-discussion-board/-t37491.0.html
As a new IMG, will she get any advantage competing with other IMG/IMDs for a residency after passing MCCEE and MCCQE-1? I heard that fresh graduates are prefered over experienced foreign doctors. 
Is it true that even after completing a 2/4 year long residency, it's hard to find a job? 
Is it more practical to choose Family Physician stream over Specialist stream to get into residency program? 
What are other opportunities that she can consider? I know that she can go to school for MPH degree/ radiologist/ health science degree/ nursing. But when you are sacrificing your dream of practicing medical; the alternate has to be even more practical. 
) states that more than 95% of the IMD's remain unemployed (not matched by CAIPS for residency) each year. I heard that more IMG's are getting opportunities now in residency program compared to last few years. Is it all a lie? 
What are the organizations/facilities that she can go in GTA to get useful ino/assistance in order to pursue a medical career here? I know about CEHPEA and AIPSO. Is there something else?
Is it a better idea to do USMLE instead of trying for Canadian certification? I personally don't have a plan to move to USA; but we are considering this since my primary work location is at Sarnia, a border city in Western Ontario.
I will really appreciate if IMG/IMD around Ontario put their valuable thoughts here. Only good thing about my wife is that she doesn't have to worry about alternate way of income during her prep time for these exams. As my job allows me to move around the province of Ontario, I will be able to relocate within Ontario once she gets residency and practices under-served areas (obviously if she ever qualifies).
Thanks in advance. PS:
I apologize for any wrong info/term as I'm not in medical profession.