Antoine Boivin

Dr. Antoine Boivin
Montreal, Quebec

Dr. Antoine Boivin obtained his medical degree from the University of Montreal and completed his residency at Dalhousie University. After his medical training in Canada, Dr. Boivin undertook health services research training in the United Kingdom and the Netherlands. He practised for seven years in the remote rural community of Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec, before moving to […]


Dr. Derelie Mangin
Hamilton, Ontario

Born in New Zealand, Dr. Derelie Mangin earned her medical degree at the University of Otago in 1985, and then took vocational training in family medicine and postgraduate training in public health. She spent her first years of practice in Christchurch, and was director of the Primary Care Research Unit at the University of Otago, […]

Dr Douglas Myhre

Dr. Douglas Myhre
Calgary, AB

Having worked in family medicine for more than 34 years, Dr. Douglas Myhre strongly believes it is relational continuity that defines family medicine. After providing full-scope family medicine in Lethbridge, Alberta, Dr. Myhre relocated to Calgary, where he currently runs five clinics per week. Both residents and undergrads attend his clinics, and he brings the […]

Dr Robert J. Wedel

Dr. Robert J. Wedel
Taber, AB

Dr. Robert J. Wedel graduated with the University of Calgary’s second medicine class in 1974. He completed a family practice residency at Dalhousie University and then moved to Taber, Alberta, where he has maintained an active family practice for more than 30 years. He received a Fellowship in Palliative Care from the University of Alberta […]


Dr. Ivy Oandasan
North York, ON

Dr. Ivy Oandasan is the 2013 recipient of the Donald I. Rice Award. This award recognizes an outstanding CFPC family physician who has contributed to teaching, vision, and leadership in the discipline of family medicine. Dr. Oandasan has been practising and teaching family medicine at Toronto Western Hospital since 1997. She is an associate professor […]