Canada tightly controls number of internationally trained doctors, even while encouraging them to immigrate to the country as skilled workers.
"Daniel Lak is the Canada correspondent for Al Jazeera English since January 2012. Previously, he worked for the BBC in South Asia from 1992 to 2004, ... based in Pakistan, India and Nepal. He was in Kabul for three weeks after the Taliban took the city in September, 1996. In 2001, his reporting for BBC radio on the Gujarat earthquakes earned him a nomination for the One World broadcasting award for developmental journalism. Returning to North America in 2005, he worked for the BBC, CBC and other media outlets covering Haiti, New Orleans after Hurricane Katrina, military commissions at Guantanamo Bay, Mexican general elections, the Caribbean and a range of stories in Washington, DC. "
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