Canada is the home to top podiatric schools that educate future physicians and Doctors of Podiatric Medicine. Regulatory bodies such as CPS-BC and CPPA set and monitor professional conduct.

The Michener Institute

Domestic and international students are offered a degree in chiropody as well as other programs such as radiation therapy, diagnostic cytology, and respiratory therapy. There are certain admission requirements for applicants to the chiropody program, including a CGPA of 70% or higher, prerequisite courses such as Human Anatomy and Human Physiology, and a BA Degree in Kinesiology or the sciences. This is a full-time program that takes 3 years to complete. Students take courses across disciplines, including Dermatology, Pathophysiology, Lower Extremity Anatomy Dissection, Management of the High Risk Foot, and others. Courses in Legislation and Practice Management, Podiatric Sports Medicine, and Podopediatrics are also offered.

Upon successful completion, students are awarded a Graduate Advanced Diploma of Health Sciences. They can work at different healthcare facilities, including multi-disciplinary health clinics, hospitals, and long-term care facilities. They also work in family health teams and at community health centers.

Universite du Quebec a Trois-Rivieres

Universite du Quebec also offers a podiatric program but it is recommended that students sign for the French immersion school first unless they are native speakers or fluent in French. This is the only institution of higher education in North America to offer a program and Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree. Other programs offered include the midwife and chiropractic programs. The podiatric program is offered each year, and 25 students are admitted.

College of Podiatric Physicians of Alberta

CPPA is an association that brings together experienced podiatrists specializing in sports medicine, senior disorders, children's foot problems, diabetic foot care, joint and bone disorders, and surgery. The college offers information on licensing requirements, orthotics, diabetes, and a lot more. Professionals are welcome to join provided that they can provide evidence they have completed the National Board of Podiatric Medical Examination and have been awarded a Doctor of Podiatric Medicine degree. They must have completed a postgraduate residency program as well.

College of Podiatric Surgeons of British Columbia

The College is committed to ensuring that all professionals are fit, experienced, and meet the standards of practice. It is also responsible for enforcing and monitoring the established standards of practice. The goal is to ensure that all professionals in the field offer healthcare services to serve the public. All members have completed residency training and hold a DPM degree from an accredited institution of higher education. They must have completed the Medical College Admission Test and a degree in science. The College acts as a statutory body and all BC-based practitioners must be registered with CPS-BC. The regulatory body oversees and regulates the practice of podiatrist medicine to ensure that practitioners provide comprehensive information about the treatment options available as well as a cost estimate.

Podiatry College of Manitoba

COPOM or the College of Podiatrists of Manitoba is a regulatory body tasked with overseeing the practice of medicine in the province. The main goal of the body is to ensure that healthcare professionals act in a manner that meets the standards of practice and serve the public interest. Patients are welcome to share concerns and complaints about the way podiatry is practiced in Manitoba. To register with the College, applicants are required to submit documents such as proof of basic life support certification, criminal record check, moral character reference, employment reference, educational certification, and others. Applicants receive a written decision within a period of 3 months.