I have some questions as some things have fallen through from my husband (Canadian) and my original plan. I am aware that the city mentioned as the destination city on the COPR does not mean a person has to live there, and they can live anywhere in Canada once landing even for soft landing. I just have a few questions since doctors (family doctors and specialists) and hospitals seem to be scarce in some parts of Canada. 1- If no one in the new area we decide to move to is accepting new patients or have the specialists that can help us, can we look to other cities for doctors? My husband's friend's ex-girlfriend who we are still friends with goes all over Ontario sometimes up to 60-90 mins away and they are from Kitchener, and she gets taken care of. Can the same be said for us? I am thinking we should live in St. Catherine's as its about 30 mins from Burlington and 80 mins from Toronto. I read the Niagara region is severely underserved and has been for the past 6 years. 2-By living in St. Catherines I'd be only 40-45 minutes from the peace bridge and where my school is, and around 22 mins from Niagara Falls, NY. That would still give me an option to work in the states. I plan to eventually obtain dual citizenship. If I work in the states, I am pretty sure with employer insurance I could have coverage in the states too as I'd be paying into it and could get my husband and future children on it too. Have you heard of many new immigrants settling from USA but still working in USA and having health coverage within both countries? I am in grad school with my degree in Health Services Administration with years of experience working in different fields of medicine. Since healthcare is different there I might have a hard time finding work in Canada, because I heard that immigrants can be discriminated against. Toronto has tons of medical hospitals and practices so I was thinking applying there and if I happen to get a job there take the rail, but I am wondering too since there are more health care options for an individual there, can someone who lives outside the city seek care there? I ask because I will need a lot of specialists to care for me as I have medical conditions. Especially an obgyn as I will require surgery at some point, and because I can only have a c-section to have children. I appreciate any insight. Thank you.