You have to go to a DMP - a designated medical practitioner - for your medicals. This website has a list:http://www.cic.gc.ca/dmp-md/medicalinfo.aspx?CountryID=2009&CountryName=Philippines
This is what the Immigrant's Guide tells you to do for the medical exam:
1 Make an appointment with a Designated Medical Practitioner (DMP) for you and each required family member. DMP in your region: http://www.cic.gc.ca/dmp-md/medical.aspx
Fill out Appendix C and bring it and the following items if applicable for you and each of your family members to your medical appointment:
* Appendix C
* Passport and photocopies of the biographical data pages (this is the page that shows the date of birth, the country of origin, etc.)
* If no passport is available, provide an official identity document bearing a photo and the date of birth of the family member
* Eye glasses or contact lenses
* Previous medical reports, prescriptions or treatments
* 5 recent photos, taken within six months preceding the date of your examination
* Immigration client identification number (ID #), if known
3 The DMP will give you Copy 2 of the Medical Report: IMM 1017 EFC - Medical Report Section A. Include the original of Copy 2 with your application. (Photocopies will not be accepted.)
4 The DMP will send your results to the appropriate medical office for processing."
I'm not sure what the fee will be.