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Canadian Veterinary Medical Association
CVMA is the national professional association of Canadian veterinarians. The association supports the veterinary profession through development of programs and services intended for its members. CVMA's priorities are:
· To assist members in achieving a successful career and a balanced life
· Leadership on national and international issues affecting the veterinary profession
· Animal welfare advocacy
CVMA publishes authoritative position statements on veterinary medicine and animal health and welfare issues, and two journals -- The Canadian Veterinary Journal and The Canadian Journal of Veterinary Research. CVMA manages, an interactive web site for animal owners, and oversees the Canadian Veterinary Reserve, a source of pre-trained veterinarians and animal health technologists who may be called upon in declared emergencies to supplement relief efforts.

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